Where to use this panic exit bar:
• Glass doors with a stile (metal frame) of at least 1 1/2"
• Steel, wood, and composite solid face doors
• Doors with a maximum width of 40"
• Doors with a maximum height of 7'
• Doors of any thickness
• Any door usage frequency
• Dual doors without mullions. Either two of this bar for doors that are independent of each other or this bar paired with a 2000 Series    panic bar
• When there is an overlap or when you need one door to have outside access through a handle
Where not to use this panic exit bar:
• Not UL certified, don't use if UL certification is needed for inspection. Click here for UL rated bars• Not fire rated, not to be used on a fire break. Click here for a fire-rated bar• Cannot release a magnetic door lock, if the door is held locked by a magnetic lock do not use this panic bar. Click here for a micro    switch panic bar• Does not have dogging, do not use this bar if the door must be able to disengage the panic bar latch from engaging the strike when the    door is closed. Click here for a panic exit bar with dogging• Is not compatible with an exterior door handle, use this bar in conjunction with a 2000 Series bar which is compatible with an outside    handle
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Features and Inclusions:
• Rim type, simple surface mounting
• Includes steel strike for top and bottom of the door frame and vertical steel rods
• Can be used right or left-handed
• Available in red or aluminum finish
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|Trimming the panic bar to size:
The actual bar that goes between the two handles is provided ready for sizing. To shorten the bar simply cut it with a hack saw or miter saw to the length needed. Then attach it to the handles.
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|Changing from right or left hand mounting:
With this panic exit bar, it is very simple to change between right and left-hand mounting. The lever on the handle can simply be flipped into the opposite position without tools and then mounted.
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|Latching and mounting:
This panic bar is surface mount so the panic bar is placed on the rear face of the door and the rods go to the top and bottom of the door. Two strikes that go on the door frame on the top and the bottom lined up with the rods and latches. On the door if you previously had a handle that will need to be removed. Caps are available for the hole left behind after the handle is removed. Door jamb brackets are also available to cover where the old handle latched to the frame. Mounting bolts are provided however depending on the material the door is made of you may switch to the same diameter in wood screws, self tapping metal screws, or for added strength - sex bolts (sex bolts have a female side on the outside of the door and a male side on the inside of the door and then they join in the middle of the door, Because both faces of the door are used for securing the bar it makes for a very stronghold.)
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Optional products associated with this bar (purchased separately):
2000 Series panic exit bar with outside handle. This panic bar can be turned by an outside handle but because it does not have a locking capability for the outside handle it is not a product we typically sell with it. (the lock on the outside of the door would not lock the handle from being opened) Since this panic bar is used primarily in a dual door application you can use the 2200 series on one door and the 2000 series on the opposite door. The 2200 series top and the bottom latch will lock one of the doors closed to the frame and the 2000 series bar would lock the second door to the first door. The 2000 series panic bar can be paired to an outside handle and thus this setup can give secure outside access using a 2200 series.
Door Closer. There are a couple of variations of door closers with a few different features however the main purpose is the same; to make sure the door stays closed. Because this door will always latch to the strike this is a popular addition to ensure the door stays closed and locked.
QB ID: 2200S-R