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Corbin Russwin 42 Inch ED8200 Panic Bar ED8200 689 W042
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SKU: ED8200 689 W042
The Corbin Russwin 42 Inch ED8200 Panic Bar ED8200 689 W042 is a panic bar that can be used on single doors or double doors separated by a mullion. This device goes across the inside of a door so that in times of emergency, simple pressure against the device will unlatch and open the door. This panic bar is non handed, so it can be installed on doors that swing outwards left or right. It also is meant for doors that are 37 to 42 inches wide. If the door is less than 42 inches wide, the bar will have to cut down to fit the door. This panic bar is ideal for a wide range of commercial and public buildings including hotels, offices, churches, schools and government buildings. Features
- Handing - Non-handed.
- Bar Length - Easily field cut to size. Standard: 42" bar fits 37" - 42" (940mm-1067mm) door.
- Door Thickness - 1-3/4" (44mm) standard. Optional: 2" (51mm); specify D200. Optional: 2-1/4" (57mm); specify D214.
- Backset - 2-3/4" (70mm). Device and trim cover standard ANSI A115.2 (Type 161) cylindrical lock preparation. (Backset changes when mullion is used.)
- Stile - Minimum width 5" (127mm).
- Projection - 2-1/2" (64mm) low profile for barrier-free access.
- Latchbolt - 3/4" (19mm) stainless steel pullman-type with stainless steel deadlocking latch.
- Materials - Heavy-duty wrought steel chassis and pushpad; aluminum front and rear bar covers; stainless steel springs; nylon bearings.
- Dogging - Standard on ED8200 devices: single point 1/4 turn dogging. Optional: less dogging; specify M51. Dogging not available on ED8200A and ED8200B devices.
- Fasteners - Standard on ED8200 devices: machine screws and wood door fasteners. Optional on ED8200 devices: sex nuts and bolts; specify M54. Standard on ED8200A and ED8200B devices: sex nuts and bolts.
- Functions and Trims - Thru-bolted lever, pull and knob trims available with wide range of functions; see Trims and Functions, pages 8-10.