Activation bar is black for silver aluminum pulls, silver for black aluminum pulls and black for bronze aluminum pulls. Special colors on request.
ADA Compliant locking pull with activation bar and latching system; release device operable with activation bar.
The same door preparation is used for locking and non-locking pulls.
No need to specify the cylinder brand when ordering.
USA Rim Cylinder and Rim Cylinder with IC.
USA Digital Cylinder with card.
To ensure proper operation, the Single-Motion Unlocking Door Pull should be used with the pba "roller" strike plate shipped with the product. The pba strike plate should be reviewed and approved by the design team for use with the intended demountable partition system. When required, custom strike plates are available to adapt the pull to virtually any demountable partition system. Contact pba for more information.
For door frame to facilitate door sliding or pushing/pulling when opening.
Design of the top strike being adaptable to suit all demountable office front systems.
With the door latched, the activation bar is operated by a force lower than 5 lbf (22N) until the locking bolt is completely retracted (ADA 309.4 – operable parts and ANSI/BHMA A 156.3 ref. 8.2.1).
Standard ADA 1-9/16" Compliant thumbturn. ADA 3" Compliant thumbturn on request.
Designed to accommodate the ADA 10” clearance requirement at the push side of a swing door.
Designed so all the operable parts are within the ADA reach range requirements.
Easily operable with one hand, without tight grasping, pinching or twisting of the wrist.
Easily operable with elbow or wrist.
Products in this collection were designed to comply with the ADA and similar accessibility requirements, however final interpretation of accessibility compliance is the responsibility of the specifier and should be determined relative to specific project conditions and local codes.
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