Areas of application
Solutions for emergency exit doors
Doors in emergency and escape routes have special requirements. They must ensure easy escape in the event of danger. FUHR locking systems for single and double-leaf emergency exit doors are tested and certified to do just that. They can be opened from the inside quickly and easily using the lever handle or panic push bar, even when they are completely locked, while providing full protection against unauthorised access from the outside.
FUHR panic multipoint locking systems comply with the EN 179 and EN 1125 standards and are available for all door materials. Our extensive product portfolio includes mechanical, automatic and motorised solutions as well as a wide range of accessories to meet all of your individual building door planning needs, and all while guaranteeing compliance with the relevant standards.
The panic locking systems can also be used in emergency exit security systems designed according to EltVTR and EN 13637.
Certified solutions according to EN 179 and EN 1125
Safety in event of danger with guaranteed escape at any time
Convenient opening with very little force needed
Wide range of products and variety of accessories for single and double-leaf doors
Fire and smoke door versions as standard
Secure, robust and long-lasting thanks to high-quality materials
Door espagnolette bolts
The inner 344K and 345K door espagnolette bolts are perfect for securing the inactive leaf of double-leaf doors.
- Various backsets
- Various faceplates
Door drive locks
The series 970 - 989 surface-mounted door drive locks are available for securing the inactive leaf.
- Large product selection
- Lockable variants
- Various surfaces
Beautifully simple: Open your door at the push of a button.
- Convenient operation
- Symmetrical design
- Many different versions, including mechanical openers
A door’s opening side (also known as the hinge side) is crucial when it comes to increasing security.
- Make it more difficult to lever out the door
- Provides increased protection against break-ins