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Who owns Von Duprin?

Who owns Von Duprin?

Allegion plc is an American-Irish provider based in Dublin of security products, for homes and businesses. It comprises thirty one global brands, including CISA, Interflex, LCN, Schlage and Von Duprin. The US$12 billion company sells products in more than 130 countries across the world.

How do I order a Von Duprin exit device?

To order Von Duprin exit devices, reference the “How to order” section in the Von Duprin catalogs. All Von Duprin device series Catalogs are available on website. Choose “Catalog” for Document Type dropdown men. Then select the remaining filters for Brand and Product type to see a list of catalogs available.

What is a Chexit device?

The CHEXIT is a delayed egress option, and is available on all 98/99 Series, XP98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series devices commonly used in behavioral health, memory care and maternity applications, to prevent patient abduction or elopement.

Does Allegion own Schlage?

Schlage is a door hardware brand within the Allegion group of companies. With more than 27 brands sold in over 120 countries, Allegion is pioneering safety as a provider of security solutions for homes and businesses around the world.

Who are Allegions competitors?

Allegion’s top competitors include Resideo, The Eastern Company, NAPCO Security Technologies, Stanley Black & Decker and ASSA ABLOY.

What is a rim exit device?

Rim exit devices are a type of panic device that is used on out-swinging doors. This exit device hardware can have trim or levers on the other side of the door. They can be labeled as fire rated or just labeled as panic hardware. Rim exit devices can be used on single doors as well as double doors.

How does panic hardware work?

Panic hardware is a door component that was designed to allow fast and unencumbered exit from a doorway. You simply push a rod, a bar or other activator, the latch mechanism is retracted and you are able to push the door open.

What is a von Duprin Chexit?

Overview. The Von Duprin® CHEXIT is a delayed egress option available on all 98/99, XP98/99 and 33A/35A series exit devices. It is commonly used in behavioral health, memory care, and maternity applications to prevent patient abduction or elopement and in retail stores for asset protection.

Does Ingersoll Rand own Schlage?

Schlage was acquired by Ingersoll Rand, a Fortune 150 manufacturer of industrial, mining and construction equipment. As a result of the acquisition, Schlage became part of the Ingersoll Rand Door Hardware Group.

What do you need to know about Von Duprin?

A mainstay in public buildings for decades Von Duprin’s safety products are known for their unparalleled quality and performance. From innovative exit devices to electronic access control solutions and accessories, Von Duprin never compromises when security is at stake.

What kind of rim strike does Von Duprin use?

The 6100 Series are heavy-duty stainless steel construction rim exit strikes. They are ideal for drop-in replacement or new construction with five models providing coverage for many single or double door applications, including fire-rated doors.

What kind of push pads does Von Duprin use?

The 98/99 Series are high-performance heavy-duty push pads and offer many customizable options. The 33A/35A Series are high-performance, narrow stile devices featuring heavy-duty push pads that offer many customizable options.

What kind of traffic control does Von Duprin use?

The 4200 Series is a traffic control solution for internal doors. It features a shallow back box, low current draw, field selectable voltage and fail safe/fail secure conversion without disassembly. The 5100 Series is a medium-duty electric strike designed for versatility with multiple faceplates and hardware included.