A gentle push for more convenient accessibility
Less Than 5 lbs of Push Force to Exit
Strength is Not the only Option, Exit Control Can Be Gentle
Without compromising any strength and durability of the Klacci 30 Series exit device, the accessible Rim Exit Device can be operated with 5 lbs of push force. Not only it meets the requirements of the 2010 ADA Standards and California Building Code 11B, the accessible rim exit devices are most suitable for accessibility demand from hospitals or health care centers.
The Exit Device for Anyone, Any Places
The accessible Rim Exit Device makes sure the exit can be operable with the least amount of force, while keeping the maximum strength. No one should be exempted from evacuation when it happens. Simply the choice of safety and security.
The 30 Series Exit Devices are fabricated and blended with simplicity, strength, durability, aesthetics and installer-friendly innovations.
Simple cylinder built in add-on kit.
Special plastic inserts and rubber bumpers reduce noise and don’t fail under high or low temperatures. Impervious to petroleum lubricants.
Standard high-performance engineering plastic.
Trim designed for fast and easy installation.
Alloy steel latch and deadlatching blade add perceived value.
Integrated end cap reduced projection minimizes catch hazard and add stability to the push bar to move smoothly regardless of where the pressure is applied on push bar.
Push bar is smoothly surfaced. Light force applied to the push bar can release the latch. Accessible version is also available to meet the 2010 ADA Standards and Accessible Design to operate the device with 5 lbs of force.
Dogging can be done with an allen wrench, a small flat key or a flat blade screwdriver.
Flush end cap design.