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May 04 2016

WW: Double-Trouble

Category: Egress,Wordless WednesdayLori @ 12:03 am Comments (9)
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Ian Greene of Locknet sent me today’s Wordless Wednesday photo.  Take a close look.  There are 2 doors in this opening – one inswinging, one outswinging.  Each has 2 surface bolts.  The request was to add yet another lock to these doors.  Yikes.

Double Trouble

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9 Responses to “WW: Double-Trouble”

  1. Bob Caron says:

    Maybe they could add a pocket door between those swinging doors and put a couple of hook bolts on it. Rough neighborhood I guess.

  2. Frank Ehrman CPP PSP says:

    IS THERE AN EXIT ONLY SIGN ABOVE THE DOOR, THAT WOULD MAKE IT PERFECT!!!

  3. Frank Karpowicz says:

    Maybe the next one will be legal.

  4. lach says:

    What? No Chain? How can they make sure the doors are secured without a chain?

  5. Rich says:

    Man trap door for rodents. Interesting spacing of hinges on inner door.

  6. Louise says:

    And the chain should be attached so that as you open one door the other is pulled closed.

  7. Richard Wright says:

    are both on the same frame?

  8. Cathy Kopp says:

    It’s just your typical communicating door. What’s the issue … LOL

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