Falcon 1790EO 36IN DC13 Exit Device Dark Bronze Anodized Aluminum

Item #: 1790EO 36IN DC13 by Falcon

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Falcon 1790EO 36IN DC13 Exit Device Dark Bronze Anodized Aluminum

Item #: 1790EO 36IN DC13 by Falcon

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  • Cast metal cover plates and end caps provide durability in demanding applications
  • Various options, functions, trims and finishes allow for tailoring to any facility needs
  • Designed for medium to high use and abuse in institutional applications like schools, hospitals and government facilities
  • Certified ANSI A156.3 Grade 1 standards
  • UL305 listed

Color

Dark Bronze Anodized Aluminum

Color Code

313

Device Length

36 In.

Fire Rated

No

Device Type

Rim

Dogging Options

Hex Key Dogging

Includes Trim

No

Physical Appearance

Narrow Stile Pushpad

Rim Type Pushpad Exit Device, 36 In., Exit Only, Dark Bronze Anodized Aluminum

The 1690/1790 Series narrow stile touch bar exit devices provide safe and reliable egress that is ideal for aluminum doors. Both series are certified ANSI/BHMA A156.3 Grade 1 products and boast a 10-year limited warranty. The 1790 Series rim device is typically used in applications where maintenance is a concern, since the rim device has fewer parts and pieces than other exit devices. This results in less maintenance and adjustment. The streamlined design has no openings for chains, reducing code infringements risks and offers increased building security by eliminating tampering and forced entry via coat hangers and other tools. The 1790 Series may also be used to retrofit a 2090 Series crossbar device.

Typically used in applications where maintenance is a concern, since the rim device has fewer parts and pieces than other exit devices.