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In dangerous situations, it just takes nothing to cause panic, especially in closed and crowded places. To prevent any risky circumstance, we at Primoss produce panic doors comprising all the necessary elements, which are joined together to form a real system that works perfectly.
The integrated technology of our panic doors allows you to leave a danger area at any time and, as their name suggests, especially in situations of panic and alarm. To open these special doors, a simple pressure on the panic bar or handle is sufficient and, whether the door is locked or not, access is allowed immediately, and the passage results free.
Primoss anti-panic doors combine the most advanced locking and unlocking solutions to create a product that complies with the current European standards, which refer to handle locks with a horizontal activation (EN 1125), and emergency exits with panic bars or push plates (EN 179). Our specialists design the locking and release parts to perfectly make them fit and balanced with each other. During dangerous situations, the strength of a child is enough to push the panic bar and open the door; in the same way, a crowd of people pushing against the exit has the free way to leave the danger zone immediately. To make a door endure a potentially lethal situation, it must be designed as a real system: doors, frames, hinges, locks, handles, bars and door closers must be a whole, and installed in a way they can work in harmony with each other to ensure the perfect functioning of the door. Among all these elements, door closers and hinges also have a decisive impact on complying with the strict requirements of European standards.
To choose the right combination of panic doors, it is essential to evaluate the available space and the type of building in which they will be installed. The European regulations DIN EN 1125 and DIN EN 179 define the parts that must be integrated to panic doors and the emergency exits to be up to standard, by referring mainly to two types of properties.
Not all buildings are the same, and the flow of people within them varies depending on the use of the property. We at Primoss design panic doors that are integrated with specific components, in order to make them perfectly functional in every place, according to every need. To choose the right combination of panic doors, it is essential to evaluate the available space and the type of building in which they will be installed. The European regulations DIN EN 1125 and DIN EN 179 define the parts that must be integrated to panic doors and the emergency exits to be up to standard, by referring mainly to two types of properties.
The DIN EN 179 regulation refers to emergency exits in buildings that are usually not subject to a high number of people accessing them; the people inside these structures are not numerous, therefore, they are more familiar with the escape routes since they usually know how they work, as it is a less crowded environment. In cases like this, for emergency exits, conventional panic locking techniques with bars or plates are enough; they are very often used in private residences, in administrative buildings and in school classrooms.