The Exidor 302EC outside access device with knob enables secure access into a building from the outside through final exit doors where needed. This product is compatible with all 200 and 300 series Exidor emergency escape products, including the full range of Exidor push pads and panic bars. This particular device is suitable for installation on doors up to 45mm thick, and is supplied complete with the necessary screws and spindle. It is also supplied with a euro cylinder lock and three keys as standard. On top of these features, the product is also Certifire approved for use on timber and steel doors.
It is crucial that outside access devices do not compromise the performance of escape hardware when fitted. All Exidor external access devices are carefully designed to ensure that the door functions as an entrance when needed, but as an emergency exit at all times.
When the door is locked, the opening mechanism is disengaged allowing the knob to rotate freely on the outside of the door. This helps to secure the device against tampering or any attempts to access the building via force. Locking the door from the outside does not affect the performance of the escape hardware inside the building, meaning the escape route remains viable at all times.
When the device is left unlocked, the spindle and mechanism engage with the device on the inside of the door. This allows the knob to be used like a standard door handle to gain access to the building. The knob activates that panic hardware to withdraw the shoots or latch which hold the door closed.
Please note: The knob remains engaged/active until the door is re-locked.
Maximum of 45mm
|Product Code: EXD302EC||
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£65.39 inc VAT
£54.49 ex VAT
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1 customer has given this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Well made product doing exactly the job intended.
Published on: 4th July 2018
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