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Overview

VERTICAL ROD TYPE EXIT DEVICES. Uncompromising security and safety in single and double fire exit doors

  • ANSI A156.3, GRADE 2 Heavy Duty exit device in surface vertical rod and rim designs
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • UL listed for panic and ULC10C, UBC 7-2-1997 Codes
  • UL Listed for Fire Exit Hardware. 3 Hours
  • Conforms and meets ADA regulations
  • Chassis mounted unit construction
  • Optional Mullion
  • Available in standard functions. Lever and knob trims are Grade 2 construction with optional clutch freewheeling mechanism
  • Architectural plated finishes available

Features

  • For Doors 1-3/4″ thick standard 3-3/4″ minimum stile width for single door application. 3-1/2″ minimum stile width required for double door application. Lever and knob trims available.
  • Chassis Steel (Panic Grade), steel (Fire Grade)
  • Cover Non-ferrous plated material. Covers stock hollow metal doors with 161 cutout.
  • Mounting Furnished standard with wood and machine screws. Thru bolts are standard packaging for fire rated devices.
  • End Cap Steel construction.
  • Hand Non-handed.
  • Latch Bolt, Spring Stainless steel.
  • ANSI Standard A156.3, Grade 2.
  • Rail Assembly Heavy gauge steel, painted.
  • Strike See Strike page.
  • Dogging Feature 5mm Allen-type key furnished standard on non-fire labeled devices.
  • UL and ULC Listed 5000V Series for panic. F5000V Series for fire exit hardware for all types of 6′ x 7′ double doors for up to 3 hour fire labeled installations, conforms to standards UL10C and UBC 7-2-1997 codes.
  • Finish Aluminum (alum), US32D (Stainless Steel).
  • Door Size 5000V3684 and F5000V3684 for 36″ X 84″ doors

Specifications

Suggested Architect’s Specifications

  • All exit devices shall be of touch bar design with smooth operation and be operative over ⅔ of the door’s clear opening width
  • All exit devices must be listed under “Panic Hardware” in the Accident Equipment List of Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc. Where labeled doors are used as exits, they must be equipped with labeled Fire Exit
  • Hardware and UL10C, UBC 7-2-1997 codes
  • All exit devices shall be of chassis mounted unit construction

Dimensions

Minimum Stile Requirements

Accessories

Cross References

Part Numbers