Exit Devices - Detex Corp. - Facility Management Product Release
The company’s weatherized alarmed exit devices are designed to control unauthorized exits, deter employee and customer theft, and provide panic and fire exit capability. Weatherized products are designed for exterior doors, gates, water parks, garden centers, restaurant patios, kitchen doors and other doors exposed to rain, snow, and temperature extremes. Testing by independent agencies certifies that Detex weatherized products exceed military standards for driving rain and salt fog, according to the company. They are also certified to Dade County, Florida, hurricane standards.
Product lines include the new Value Series weatherized delayed egress systems (available as configurable kits), Value Series weatherized alarmed panic hardware, and EAX-500W weatherized exit alarms. Designed to stand up to tough use, the exit devices reduce maintenance needs, according to the company. They are also designed to be good-looking, and are available in a variety of finishes that blend with building décor.
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