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Aug 16 2017

WW: Emergency Exit

Category: Egress,Panic Hardware,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 12:28 am Comments (8)
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I. Have. No. Words.

Except thank you to Kevin Uniacke of UDA Architects for today’s Wordless Wednesday photos.

8 Responses to “WW: Emergency Exit”

  1. Cda says:

    I see the problem::

    “You have to check ID before opening the door”

  2. Bryan McKeehan says:

    Classic!
    With as much implied sarcasm as can be relayed via text!

  3. Keith Staples says:

    At least they left the key in the padlock, which is impossible to remove.

    My question is why do they have a latch guard on a rim device? My second question is why not center the latch guard to the interior head of the exit hardware?

  4. Krystina says:

    At least the left the key in the padlock?

  5. Austin B says:

    At least they left the key in it (yes, my eyes are rolling).

  6. Blake Nelson says:

    The key is in the padlock, so what’s the problem?

  7. Joel says:

    It’s not a latch guard. DCI Pannex exit device uses a special latch and strike.

  8. Nicole Deschler says:

    When it comes to safety, it is important to stay compliant with all regulations. The sign here says not to block the emergency exit, but in this photo, the exit is definitely blocked!

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