Corbin Russwin ED5800 Series Concealed Verticle Rod, Pushpad Exit Device
Quality: All exit devices manufactured by Corbin Russwin undergo rigorous testing, both in the lab and field. Testing procedures go beyond industry standards; the ED5800 concealed vertical rod exit device was witnessed and certified to 3.25 million successful cycles, more than 6 times the requirement. Abuse and cycle tests prove time and again the durability of the entire ED5000 series, which is backed by a 5-year warranty.
Aesthetics: Over the past 100 years, Corbin Russwin has been well-known for weaving pleasing aesthetics and inventive designs into architectural door hardware, and today's wide stile exit device line is no exception. The ED5000 Series offers smooth lines in the exit device bar and a full range of trim designs with visual diversity, including the Muséo® and Vineyard™ Collections.
Vandal Resistance: Today's door hardware must fulfill life-safety and security needs, two areas in which ED5000 series exit devices and trim excel. The ED5200S SecureBolt® features a deadbolt style latchbolt that significantly resists pull from the exterior, thus reducing door and frame separation, preventing the door from being forced open. 900 series heavy-duty trim deters vandals with a thick 13/16" beveled escutcheon, Free Wheeling lever (excluding mortise trim), and flush cylinder. High security Pyramid cylinders offer an additional barrier against picking and drilling. These components can all be combined for high quality, high security applications.
Electronics: If electronic access control is required, or just a simple monitoring switch, the ED5000 series offers a full range of electrified options, including a delayed egress exit device and electrically controlled trim. All options can be tied into existing security and fire alarm systems for easy monitoring.