UNION introduces new accessories range for ExiSAFE panic exit devices

UNION has launched a new range of accessories for its ExiSAFE panic exit devices (PEDs), which can be used in public and commercial buildings. Designed, tested and manufactured in the UK, the new accessories increase the range of doors that can be fitted with ExiSAFE, while also helping with the ongoing maintenance of existing installations.

The new accessories range comprises of extended length shoot bolts for doors up to 3,100 mm, replacement parts for outside access devices, keeps for different door materials, service items for panic and latch models and alarm connectors for bolts.

Like the ExiSAFE range, the accessories have been extensively tested to meet the highest quality standards. This includes the testing of over 200,000 cycles, assessment by third parties and checks to ensure that the products comply with the relevant standards for timber and metal fire doors.

As a result, the ExiSAFE accessories range meets BS EN 179 or BS EN 1125 for assured security and safety, while also being independently accredited by Certifire and CE Marked as standard.

Importantly, the ExiSAFE accessories range comes with a ten-year guarantee for end user assurance.

Alison Aston, category manager for PEDs and hardware at UNION, explained: “Our new range of accessories perfectly complements our leading ExiSAFE solutions. Offering PEDs that people can rely on no matter what, these new accessories are guaranteed to fit applications, extend the reach of our ExiSAFE products and offer a long-lasting solution for projects in both the public and commercial environments.”

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