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Sep 24 2009

What’s wrong with this picture?

Category: Funky Applications,Panic HardwareLori @ 3:57 pm Comments (12)

If you regularly check this site to find out what’s new and exciting in the world of doors and hardware, you may have occasionally experienced a server error.  Yesterday I asked the web hosting company to move the site to a more stable server to avoid these errors, which they agreed to do at midnight.  I was very surprised to go to the site this morning and see the website for the Philanthropy Advisors of New York at our URL!  Everything seems to be working now, so thank you for your patience.

What's wrong with this picture?And for your trouble, here’s an easy one (if you’re a hardware nerd like me).  What’s wrong with this picture?

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Double Egress Pair

12 Responses to “What’s wrong with this picture?”

  1. Bill Lawliss says:

    This appears to be the new WBR (with bottom rod) device which includes the LBR firing pin. LOL

  2. Eyal Bedrik says:

    A.The Doors Prep for LBR Device and Have 9827 Installed
    B.The Armor Plate is too High for use on Fire Doors

  3. Bob Caron says:

    Were those doors intended to be Less Bottom Rod? It looks like the door is also prepped for a thermal pin

  4. Jeff says:

    fire pin used with bottom rod

  5. Brendan Daley says:

    I was going to go with
    1) The kick plate is over 16″ and not labeled
    2) The glass does not have a label on it
    3) Glass may or may not be safety rated

    But maybe the fire pin prep for LBR and a bottom rod also is a better one. But hey I am just shocked the floor strikes are in and they look nice.

  6. anne castelnovo says:

    I include myself in the “I hate hardware” group. I think it’s because I find there is never enough time to really understand and familarize myself with all the intricate details that are so important. Anyway, I am thankful for experts like you.

  7. anne says:

    This is why I call Greg Thomson!

  8. Michael Driscoll says:

    The fire bolt is not needed. Both doors have bottom rods. And I hope the armor plate has a label on it.

    That ought to get me a nice IR polo shirt (size XL).

  9. Glenn says:

    door appears to be prepped for a fire bolt on the meeting edge which tells me that the devices are LBR and the bottom rods & strikes shouldn’t have been installed or the doors have been installed in the wrong frame.

  10. danny estryk says:

    the door is prepped for less bottom rod

  11. James Caron says:

    Is it the fact that they are using armor plates but nothing to protect the lower protion of the surface vertical rods? Is that a temperature activated spring bolt in the edge of a door with SVR devices?

  12. ROGER says:


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