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Mar 21 2012

WW: Panic Attack

These buildings were ALL OCCUPIED when these photos were taken.  Depressing.

From Jeff Bruno of Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies:

From Brendan Daley of Surveillance Specialties:

From Wayne Ficklin of the Clark County Department of Aviation:

From Nolan Thrope of Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies:

From Darren Patton of Isenhour Door:

From Cliff Cohen of Armstrong Lock and Security Products:

Thanks everyone!!!

3 Responses to “WW: Panic Attack”

  1. Jack Ostergaard says:

    Two Comments –
    1) on the LTR (Less Top Rod) photo I’m not seeing a strike plate in the floor.
    2)Blue Doors -Architects should never spec lites that require the exit device to span across the lites. This will prevent the Owner from doing this. But I’m sure that these are the same architects that complain (on a punchlist) that they can see the backside of the device thru the glass – “Can’t you mount it lower??”

  2. Tip Goodman says:

    They are called panic devices, the real panic begins when the occupants start to exit.

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