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What is the Dorma 8000 series exit device?

What is the Dorma 8000 series exit device?

The 8000 Series exit devices with deadlocking latch bolts minimize forced entry while offering a low-cost solution to security and life safety requirements. The touchbar, rail assembly and integral parts are constructed of solid steel. Devices are available for labeled and non-labeled openings.

What kind of finishes does Dorma 9000 series have?

The 9000 Series is available in architectural finishes as well as powder coated finishes. A full complement of free wheeling lever trim is available in a wide range of architectural finishes.

How does the MLR work on a Dorma?

The MLR feature retracts the latch using a whisper quiet motor, drawing in the touch bar, thus retracting the latch. The device can be activated by a variety of credentials and also has the ability to electrically hold/dog the exit push bar in a retracted position during non-secure hours.

How is the latch on a Dorma door retractable?

For door thickness greater than 2-1/4”, consult DORMA Technical Service. The MLR feature retracts the latch using a whisper quiet motor, drawing in the touch bar, thus retracting the latch.

What kind of pivots do Dorma doors use?

The LM Series of pivots using brass and steel are designed for long life and trouble-free operation. Each pivot and pivot set meets DORMA’s exacting specifications for support of rated and non-rated high-traffic interior and exterior openings, extra-heavy doors, or lead-lined doors.

What kind of door hardware does Dormakaba use?

700/900 Series – Stops & Holders are designed to complement existing door closers by controlling door stops & limiting door swing range QDC100 Series Door Closers – We designed and engineered the dormakaba Commercial Hardware QDC100 Series with ultimate durability and versatility in mind.

Do you need removable mullions on Dorma doors?

The touchbar, rail assembly and integral parts are constructed of solid steel. Devices are available for labeled and non-labeled openings. For paired doors where a full-width opening is only occasionally required, removable mullions are used. Doors are fitted with rim exit devices and normally function as single doors.