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The 2100(F)WS is certified ANSI/BHMA A156.3 Grade 1. It helps fortify structural openings to withstand extreme winds and flying debris, protecting building exteriors during summer and fall hurricanes and other hazardous weather. The device is available with architectural-grade finishes, making it a perfect fit for prominent entryways in office buildings, department stores, movie theaters and other venues that call for a combination of performance and style. High-quality finishes of baked powder coatings resist rust and abrasion, extending both cosmetic and functional life.
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