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Oct 17 2014

FF: Fire Exit Hardware

Category: Fire Doors,Fixed-it Friday,Panic HardwareLori @ 11:47 am Comments (4)
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I can’t count how many times I’ve been asked for help when a label from a listing laboratory has been removed by the painter/cleaner/installer/meddling kid from the door/frame/armor plate/fire exit hardware.  Unfortunately, I’m not much help…I can’t send you a new label to stick on.  That’s what makes these Fixed-it Friday photos so sad.

Fire Exit Hardware

UL Label on Latch

And…the strike is missing!  🙁

Missing Strike

Thank you to Austin Bammann of Central Indiana Hardware for the photos!

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4 Responses to “FF: Fire Exit Hardware”

  1. Daniel Davis says:

    Wow really!

  2. Richard says:

    That hurts to see. Other than cost, does anyone know why manufacturers changed from metal riveted tags to a plastic sticker?

  3. Austin B says:

    To top it all off, the door was wedged open as well!

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