I just finished creating the presentation for my upcoming webinar – Decoded: Delayed Egress vs. Controlled Egress. Do you know where these applications should be used, and what the codes require? There are variations between the I-Codes and the NFPA codes that you should be aware of, and I will cover all of them in the November 19th webinar. Here’s the opening slide…can you answer correctly?
Tomorrow is the next class in the Allegion 101 series – Hang the Door: Ives. Just reading the title takes me back to AH1 in Savannah, Georgia…back in 1988. 😀 This series is for people who are new to the industry, new to the Allegion family of brands, or just want to learn more about hardware.
- 1:00pm – 2:30pm Eastern: Allegion 101 – Hang the Door: Ives
- This session will cover butt hinges, continuous hinges, and pivots, including the Ives model numbers/nomenclature. Learn the basics of choosing the right hanging hardware for an opening. In a product category for which many people underestimate its complexity, join this session to get the hang of it!
The complete list of classes in the Allegion 101 series is here. and you can register using the links on the Allegion Virtual Events Calendar. If you miss a class, the recordings are on the Event Board of the Allegion Training Page.
The Webinar Wednesday series continues, with the following classes scheduled for this Wednesday (all times are Eastern):
- 10:00am – 11:00am: Hurricane Hardware Product Testing and Compliance
- 12:00pm – 1:30pm: Low Energy Automatic Operator Fundamentals
- 2:00pm – 3:00pm: K-12: Designing for Layered Security
- 4:00pm – 5:00pm: Creating a Path to Safety
This Friday, November 6th, Allegion will present the next in a series of 30-minute webinars designed with integrators in mind. If you are an access control integrator, please join us Friday at 12:30 p.m. EDT for Security in 30: Live with Allegion: The Benefits of Wireless Locks: Opportunities for the Security Integrator
Gone are the days of electronic access control only being used on high-security, exterior openings. Today, wireless devices improve the user experience by extending the benefits of electronic access control to interior doors—all while providing you with additional revenue opportunities per project.
Topics covered in this session include:
- Flexibility and scalability of wireless locks
- Labor Costs Savings
- Recurring monthly revenue (RMR)
Presented by Butch Holland, Regional Sales Director & Tom Parks, Integrator Sales Consultant
Friday, November 6 – 12:30 p.m. EDT