Exit series has style
Ingersoll Rand Security has announced that its new narrow stile Falcon 24 Series and wide stile 25 Series exit devices provide a perfect fit for and handle some of the toughest door traffic challenges possible.
Installers can choose from a host of features, such as an A or B label
fire rating, electrified and panic options, a full complement of trims
and all exit device functions such as rim, surface vertical, concealed
vertical and mortise. Certifications include ANSI 156.3, 2001 Grade 1,
UL and cUL for panic and fire exit hardware.
Meeting or exceeding ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 testing standards, the new
Falcon series 24 and 25 exit device is durable. A patent-pending
deadlocking technology ensures reliable security. An extruded aluminum
body construction delivers greater strength and impact resistance,
providing tough performance in a range of applications. To verify their
reliability, the Falcon 24 and 25 Series exit devices are backed by a
Although tough, the new streamlined designed exit devices are also
stylish, providing a clean design with no exposed screws or rivets on
the backs of the devices. Standard features include scratch-resistant
surfaces, including the stainless steel push pad. A flush end cap adds
to the aesthetics of the devices and reduces “catch-points” for carts
and other objects as they pass through the opening.
The new exit devices are also easy to order and price. Distributors
will find that they can meet a wider range of applications with less
inventory space. Installers will find it easy to select and install
the appropriate exit device for the job. Deadlocking is already built
into the device.