What Are Panic/Push Bars?
Both terms refer to spring-loaded levers that rest horizontally on doors. Likely you’ve seen them at schools, office buildings emergency exits, stadiums, and convention centers.
Many businesses use these door products for their buildings.
Push bars enable occupants to exit a building rapidly because a key in not required to operate them from the inside.
This aids evacuation and improves the safety of businesses, particularly those who have multiple employees.
In many cases, a push/panic bar is required by building and fire prevention divisions. We understand how to meet those requirements so that permits and inspections can be acquired and passed.