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- What is an exit device? An exit device, also known as a panic bar, crash bar, or push bar, is a hardware device installed on exit doors to provide easy and safe egress during emergencies. It allows occupants to quickly and easily exit a building by pushing on the device, which releases the latch or bolt and opens the door.
- Are there different types of exit devices available? Yes, there are different types of exit devices available to suit various door configurations and applications, including:
- Rim exit devices: These devices are surface-mounted on the inside surface of the door and are commonly used on single doors or doors with a narrow stile.
- Mortise exit devices: These devices are installed within a door cutout (mortise) and are suitable for both single and double doors.
- Vertical rod exit devices: These devices use vertical rods that extend from the device into the top and/or bottom of the door. They are commonly used on double doors.
- Concealed exit devices: These devices are installed within the door, providing a more aesthetically pleasing appearance as they are not visible when the door is closed.