The Redlam panic bolt locks and secures single external fire exit doors from the inside without jeopardising a safe escape. In an emergency the Ceramtube™ is broken with a small hammer chained to the Redlam unit, resulting in the panic bolt sliding back automatically and unlocking the door. The panic bolt can also be released by authorised personnel by removing a padlock (not provided) which keeps the Ceramtube in position. This MK2 version allows the door to be opened from both sides and is supplied with an additional release knob.
The table below shows the accessories that are compatible for use with the Redlam Panic Bolt MK2.
|Model Number||Type of Unit|
|TGPBTUBE||Spare Ceramic Tubes - Ceramtubes|
|HSTGL1||Replacement Glass Tubes|
|TG39/51921||Replacement Hammer and Chain|
The Redlam Panic Bolt does not conform to BS standard. However we do list other panic bolts on our website which conform to BS standards. http://www.safelincs.co.uk/Fire-Exit-Door-Equipment/
No,a panic bolt should not be fitted to an emergency exit already fitted with a push pad device, as in an emergency situation both devices would have to be operated to open the door which could result in confusion. For extra security an alarm device such as the exit stopper door alarm can be fitted. This device is fitted to the door and when the push pad is used and the door opens the alarm sounds to signal that the emergency exit has been opened.
The Kingpin emergency bolt, which is available with a stainless steel bolt and is powder coated can be used externally.
|Product Code: TGPBMK2||
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14 customers have given this product an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5
Rating: 4 / 5 Stars
Functional design, a bit 'industrial'-looking, but does the job for a two-way fire escape door.
Published on: 23rd October 2017
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Published on: 29th April 2016
Rating: 5 / 5 Stars
Strudy piece of equipment
Published on: 23rd November 2015