This maximum security locking device is designed with security foremost in mind. The door operator is contained in a securely baffled, continuous or individual, compact housing. Surface mounted locking column at the rear of the opening is of seamless, one-piece construction to resist tampering. Provides for positive two-point locking in both the open and closed position with automatic mechanical deadlock.
Doors may be individually unlocked, manually at the door, in the event of an emergency or power failure. The door travels on a solid 1" alloy steel track, using silent rollers with lifetime lubricated bearings to ensure maximum reliability and quiet operation.
The 8215 is a pneumatically powered locking device designed for use in applications requiring remote unlocking and manual movement of sliding doors. The locking system provides smooth, quiet operation with minimal maintenance. Low power requirement (24 VDC) provides substantial cost savings in electrical power distribution and controls.
APPLICATION: Sliding door locking device for entrances, safety vestibules, corridors, and cells.
DRIVE SYSTEM: Manual with automatic 3" door movement at unlock.
SECURITY LEVEL: ASTM F 1643 Grade 1
RELEASE SYSTEM: Remote controlled. Local manual and/or electric in hollow metal receiver column.