1200UL Series Panic Crash Bar Dual Door Application by Sentry Safety - P (Painted)


This is a dual door UL listed push type panic exit bar with vertical rods.

The 1200UL Series panic exit bar by Sentry Safety meets listed safety standards and is durable and reliable. The 1200UL Series by Sentry Safety meets the UL listed safety standards, which means that samples of the complete product have been tested against nationally recognized safety standards and are free from certain risks of fire, electric shock, and other similar hazards. The UL Listing Service is the most widely recognized of these safety certification programs. As a result, users can be sure that this safety device has met accepted and consistently tested safety standards, and will hold up in some situations. In addition, this panic bar comes with a 1/2" latch bolt and 5/8" deadlocking bolt to create a secure connection between the door and exit device, ensuring that the panic bar will function properly for use after use.

The 1200UL Series by Sentry Safety gives the consumer several options. It is available with a painted (1200UL-P) or stainless steel (1200UL-S) finish, giving the customer choices in the device's appearance. However, the most important option with this series is that it is designed to open double-leaf doors, turning a dual door setup into a reliable and efficient emergency exit. Specifically, the vertical bars allow this model to be used on dual doors that have no column between the doors to which the bar can latch.

Factory product code used in UL testing:
[X=P(painted) or S(Stainless)]

*Dogging - a feature that locks the bar in a depressed position so that the door can be opened from either side and eliminates the necessity of engaging the internal mechanisms. Allen Key dogging is engaged with an Allen wrench, while knob dogging is engaged by a knob built into the bar.
*Semi-length - the push/press part of the bar only extends for part of the full length of the bar.
*Full-length - the push/press part of the bar is the full length of the bar.
*ANSI/BHMA Grade Standards - the Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to determine criteria for the performance and safety of certain products, such as panic exit devices.
*Mag Lock - an electromagnetic locking device.
*Strike - the component of the panic bar that goes on the door jamb; the locking mechanism engages this part to shut the door.
*Single Door Application - the bar is designed for a single door set up; however, most bars are compatible with the appropriate dual door model so that one door will have a panic exit bar with vertical rods, and the other will be a panic exit bar for single door applications.

QB ID: UL560-P