Have a Question?
Call Free
0800 678 5645

Push Pad Emergency Bolt

Product no: 293
In stock (999964 items available)
  • Normal price: £78.30
    Simply price: £51.99 + VAT
    £62.39 inc. VAT
FREE Next Working Day Delivery - Order by 2pm

The Exidor 293 single door push pad emergency bolt is designed for final exit doors and allows for a quick exit in an emergency when used by trained personnel in schools and offices. The vertical bolt locks at the bottom and top of the door and can be reversed for use on right or left-handed doors. The push pad emergency bolt has an anti-thrust mechanism that prevents leverage of both the bottom and top, so bolts remain firmly in their sockets.

An automatic top trip and easy clean floor socket is included as standard. The push pad with bolt fully conforms EN179:2008, is CE Marked and Certifire accredited, so it’s suitable for public buildings and workplaces. Designed for single doors made from steel or timber up to 1220mm wide and 2440mm high, it’s fire-rated in accordance with EN 1634-1 and manufactured in the UK to the highest quality.

This product is tested to withstand a minimum of 200,000 uses and comes with a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty. The push pad bolt is easy to operate – just push on the pad as you’re opening the door in an emergency – it’s perfect for an escape route. Exidor emergency exit hardware is suitable for use with an outside access device.

Please Note: This product is not suitable for plastic or uPVC doors.

  • Single door push pad with bolt
  • Non-handed – reversible for left or right-handed doors
  • Fits doors up to 1220mm wide, 2440mm high and weighing a maximum of 200kg
  • Fire-rated for use on timber and steel doors
  • Built-in anti-thrust mechanism for enhanced security
  • Supplied with fixings for wooden doors
  • Fully conforms to EN179:2008 – for non-public areas
  • CE Marked and Certifire accredited
  • Tested to over 200,000 uses
  • 10-year manufacturer’s warranty
  • Manufactured in the UK by Exidor

Customers who bought this product also bought