Panic hardware definition

Panic hardware means fire door hardware, handles, or push bars that allow for the opening of the door with a single movement.
Panic hardware means a standard device on doors that permit quick and safe exits upon emergencies (push bars and plates).
Panic hardware means a standard device on doors which permits quick and safe exits upon emergencies (e.g. push bars and plates).

Examples of Panic hardware in a sentence

  • Panic hardware will be provided in all staircase and escape doors.

More Definitions of Panic hardware

Panic hardware means any device approved for use for panic hazard use and may be placed on any door that is not fire rated;
Panic hardware means hardware that is listed as panic hardware in the accident, automotive, and burglary protection equipment lists, 1972, of underwriters laboratories, incorporated, adopted by reference in R 400.18659.
Panic hardware means a latching device on a door assembly (including single action door levers) for use when emergency egress is required due to fire or other threat to life safety and
Panic hardware means a latching device on a door assembly (including single action door levers) for use when emergency egress is required due to fire or other threat to life safety and as defined in the adopted edition of the California Building Code and Title 24 of the California Administrative Code.

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