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Access Control Hardware Awarded For Safety


ASSA ABLOY Group brand Adams Rite was awarded the distinguished Gold Govies Government Security Award at ISC West 2018. Sponsored by Security Today and GovSec, The Govies honor outstanding government security products. The Adams Rite EX89 Pullman Rim Exit Device was honored with a Gold Govies Government Security Award in the Access Control Devices/Peripherals category.

The Adams Rite EX89 Pullman Rim Exit Device is one of four models in the new EX Series Exit Devices from Adams Rite for narrow stile aluminum applications. Featuring a ¾-inch Pullman latch bolt that is compatible with the Adams Rite 74R1 Electric Strike, the EX89 Pullman Rim Device is designed for use on single doors or with mullion on pairs of doors. The EX89 Pullman Rim Device is suitable for medium and high-traffic areas on common door types.

“We are proud to receive such a prestigious industry award on one of our newest products,” says Benjamin Williams, director of electromechanical solutions at ASSA ABLOY. “All four of the EX Series Exit Devices were designed and tested with our customers in mind, from the impact bumpers to reduce sound to the universal hardware kit for easy, on-site installations. The EX89 Pullman Rim Exit Device is preload capable and paired with the Adams Rite 74R1 electric strike it’s an easy way to electrify an existing or retrofitted opening, making it an ideal product for government security solutions.”

The Govies are coordinated by the Security Today. Using a panel of independent judges from the security industry, Security Today named winners using a criterion including Features Innovation, User Friendliness, Interoperability, Quality, Design, Market Opportunity, Impact in the Security Industry, Technical Advances and Scalability.

“The number of innovative and technologically advanced entries this year truly reflects how the security industry is evolving,” says Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief, GovSec and Security Today magazines. “The security industry is providing better options for all levels of government, and The Govies highlight the products and solutions that work flawlessly within the government vertical.”

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