It's no secret that the 2100 series flatbar exit device has a reputation as the right choice for meeting the rigors of demanding industry segments.
The 2100 is a rim exit device to be used with single doors or pairs of doors constructed of metal, wood or composite materials. The 2100 can be paired with a wide variety of trims to meet many applications.
The quality and certified ANSI/BHMA A156.3 Grade 1 performance of the 2100 series are unmatched in the security industry. So it's no wonder that architects and specifiers request it for their toughest applications.
UL/cUL Listed: FVSR/FVSR7 - Panic hardware GXHX/GXHX7 - Fire exit hardware (F) (4' x 8' single, 8' x 8' pairs, 3 hr.) ZHEM - Latching hardware ZHLA - Windstorm rated assemblies
Designed for wide stile doors Non-handed for easy installation
Steel interlock "E" bracket maintains door-to-mullion relationship in fire-labeled devices
Deadlocking pullman latchbolt positively engages roller strike
Door Opening Width: 36" - 42" (91cm - 107cm)
Door Thickness: 1-3/4" (44mm) standard.
Minimum Stile Width: 4-1/2" (114mm)
Projection: 2-1/2" (64mm) active, 1-3/4" (44mm) depressed
Latchbolt: 3/4" (19mm) deadlocking stainless steel pullman-type
Fasteners: Machine screws and wood door fasteners standard for panic hardware.
Trims that can be used: 121NL cylinder only, 210F series utility trim, 440F series rose trim, 580F series rose trim with escutcheon plate, 620F series escutcheon trim, 630F series pull/thumbpiece trim.
Dogging: Hex key dogging supplied standard on panic devices
Single swing doors Pairs of doors (mullion required) Metal, wood or composite door materials
The 2100 series exit devices carry a three-year warranty.