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Fire and Life Safety

  • In case of power loss, are doors equipped with an illumination option to view exits with smoke in the building?
  • Are the doors equipped with panic hardware or fire exit hardware?
  • How do you keep a door open but release for a fire?

Electrified Magnets

ABH Electro-Magnetic Door Holders

Electro-Magnetic Door Holders

Electro-magnetic door holders are usually used on fire/smoke barrier doors and are held open until released by a remote switching device. Various models available including recessed wall mount, surface wall mount (shown), or flush wall mounted.


Fire-Rated Doors

Ceco Hollow Metal Door

Hollow Metal

A variety of cores are available including polyureahane foam, honeycomb, polystyrene, temperature rise cores, and a Fuego Temperature Rise door which offers the maximum in fire and life safety featuring 250° F ratings.

Ceco Door
Graham Wood Door


Graham offers a 20-minute fire rated High Pressure Decorative Laminate (HPDL) door. It offers an aesthic design combined with Fire Safety.


Exit Devices

Sargent Beacon Exit Device

Exit Device with Optional LED and Voice Commands

When smoke fills a room, the SARGENT® Beacon™ Exit Device produces a flashing LED, a laser that produces a conical beam and white noise, followed by voice commands, to create a clear pathway to safety and emergency exit locations.

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Electrified Mortise Lock

SDC Z7500 Positive Latching

Emergency Egress, Mortise Lock

HiTower® locksets provide higher security and superior aesthetics compared to exposed and vulnerable electric strikes and magnetic locks, while eliminating the need for request-to-exit devices. While providing controlled access and remote control capability the door stays latched even when unlocked, maintaining fire door integrity. Often placed where the use of an electric strike and magnetic lock are prohibited. Complies with all national building and fire life safety code requirements for use on high-rise stairwells, fire rated doors, and elevator lobby doors.

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