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Exit Devices & Crash Bars

Coordinate With Fire Code Safety Laws

One of the most important things a business owner can do is have a locksmith provide an exit device on any emergency exit doors. These devices provide egress during emergencies for employees and/or customers, so it’s important that they are installed and operate correctly 100% of the time. At The Flying Locksmiths, we can repair or replace any exit device, on any door, with the utmost confidence that it will operate correctly on a daily basis and will coordinate with Fire Code Safety laws.

Our team have over 70 years of experience providing commercial locksmith services to businesses throughout the United States and pride ourselves in the quality of our work. Whether you need an exit device, crash bar, or other door service, The Flying Locksmiths can help.

The Flying Locksmiths offer new, state-of-the-art, panic bar and exit device products that work standalone or can be utilized to complement your existing hardware or access control system.

Types of Exit devices serviced:

  • Panic Bars
  • Auto re-locking exit devices
  • Exit door locks and panic hardware
  • Fire & safety code compliant hardware
  • Vertical rod exit devices
  • Concealed vertical rod exit devices
  • Rim mounted exit devices
  • Mortise exit devices
  • Electrified exit devices and panic hardware
  • Cross bar exit devices
  • Integral exit devices
  • Delayed egress exit devices

Additionally, TFL has options like electrified panic bar devices, that can be used in replacement of an electric strike or magnetic lock when applicable.  Essentially, our Physical Security Specialists have access to a massive array of options and are able to identify and utilize the correct choice for your specific needs.   Whether you’re looking for a panic bar, commercial exit panic bar, electrified panic bar, vertical rod panic bar or more, TFL has you covered.

exit device terminology:

Understanding the basics of what an exit device is and the terminology associated with these door components is critical to compliance with Fire & Life Safety Codes. While exit devices have been around for a long time, it wasn’t until after several tragic events took the lives of hundreds of people that became trapped inside commercial buildings, that exit devices became required based on the rooms occupancy. You may hear them referred to as “crash bars” or “exit devices” or “panic devices” and often times they are all referencing the same device, but depending on the nomenclature they can be very different things altogether. There are three types exit devices: touch bars, cross bars and integral devices. Those come in four types; Rim, Mortise, Surface Vertical Rod and Concealed Vertical Rod. Knowing which application is right for you, is entirely dependent on your door – but our Physical Security Specialists are standing by to help you identify the right choice.

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