Printed from the blog of Lori Greene, AHC/CDC, CCPR, FDAI
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Oct 29 2014

WW: Exit – Keep Locked!

Category: Egress,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 9:56 am Comments (4)
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I know some of you will be tempted to comment that the door is swinging in the wrong direction to be an exit, but it is possible for exit doors to be inswinging.  Here’s an article about door swing if you’d like a refresher.

Keep Locked

Keep Locked

Thank you to Paul Cernak and Jeff Tock of Allegion for today’s Wordless Wednesday photo!

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4 Responses to “WW: Exit – Keep Locked!”

  1. Cda says:

    No I was going to say ceiling tiles not in place in a building with a fire sprinkler system

  2. Joel Niemi says:

    Looks like the ceiling tiles are truly tiles, 12″ square, and the doors are 2′-6″ wide – too narrow to be legal exit doors.

    Surely they put the lock on to prevent users from attempting to exit though a substandard width doorway – while the repair order to remove the exit sign was being processed

  3. Dan says:

    Do the Owners of all the worrisome “wordless Wednesday” problems ever fix them? Are there any follow-ups or after photos on how the problems were remedied?

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