Adams Rite Manufacturing Co. today designs, manufactures and markets door and door hardware products to the commercial, industrial and institutional building construction industry. Our product line includes locks, latches, electric strikes and exit devices for exterior and interior doors as well as integrated door assemblies. Adams Rite sells its builders hardware products in both the United States and abroad, and is recognized as one of the leading suppliers in its area of specialization. Our products are designed to complement the clean lines of modern doors, while at the same time meeting safety and access codes.
Designed for use instead of conventional flip-lever operated flushbolts, the 1870 Cylinder-Operated Flushbolt gives building management key control of the inactive leaf of paired doors. 360° turn of key throws or retracts the hex-section bolt. Key can be removed only when bolt is in a positively locked or unlocked position.
Deadlatches offers flexibility of traffic control during and after business hours. A reverse turn of the key while the bolt is held retracted retains the bolt to allow two-way traffic for hospitals, banks, stores, and otherbuildings which require free entrance at certain times and exit-only at other times.
A huge bolt of laminated stainless steel, nearly three inches long, activated by an uncomplicated pivot mechanism, has made this basic MS® Deadlock the standard of the narrow stile door industry. The length of this bolt provides maximum security for a single leaf door, even a very tall and flexible one or an installation where the gap between the door and jamb is greater than it should be.
As used in exit devices, a mechanism that fastens the cross bar in the fully depressed position, and also retains the latch bolt or bolts in a retracted position, thus permitting free operation of the door from either side. Locking or unlocking by hex key (Dogging Key)
An Electric Strike is a keyless entry device that locks or unlocks a door with an AC or DC current. Some electric strikes come with buzzers which let people outside know that the door is open.
A crash bar (also known as a panic bar, exit device, panic device, or a push bar) is a form of lever tumbler lock for unlocking a door during emergency conditions. The mechanism consists of a spring-loaded metal bar fixed horizontally to the inside of an outward-opening door. When the lever is either pushed or depressed, it activates a mechanism which unlatches the door allowing occupants to leave quickly from the building.
Adams Rite replacement exit device panic bar parts for Adams Rite 8200, 8300, 8400, 8600, 8800 Series Exit Devices
In the fields of access control is the selective restriction of access to a place or other resource. The act of accessing may mean consuming, entering, or using. Permission to access a resource is called authorization. Locks and login credentials are two analogous mechanisms of access control.
Linear power supply with optional battery backup for vertical rod and mortise type exit devices with electric latch retraction (LR) option
Typically along the edges of something and in contrasting color or material. Trim Paddles and levers work with deadlatches and deadbolts
Clearance parts for Adams Rite products