Commercial Door Hardware Manufacturers stocks and offers over 80 of the leading commercial door hardware manufacturers. From Sargent to Yale, LCN, Corbin Russwin, Pemko, Schlage, and many more we offer premium mechanical and electrical door hardware, that is in stock and ready to ship. Whether you’re looking for durability, style, or advanced security features, our experienced door hardware reps are here to assist you.

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SARGENT Manufacturing Company is a leading manufacturer of architectural hardware for new and retrofit applications. SARGENT provides opening solutions for a variety of vertical markets including education and healthcare, and continues to lead our industry in new product introductions and innovations.

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LCN is dedicated to providing the most durable products engineered to the highest levels of precision. Since 1877 LCN has been a pioneer in the industry, delivering door control solutions known for their meticulous engineering and quality control.

Yale next touch Cylindrical locks
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Linus Yale Jr. transformed the locking industry forever when he created his most important invention -- the Yale pin tumbler cylinder. One hundred and fifty years later, Yale's comprehensive line of door hardware includes mortise and cylindrical locks, exit devices, door closers, electromechanical products and key systems.

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From pioneering the first push-button lock in 1920 to the high-tech mobile solutions of today, Schlage’s passion for door hardware is what drives them to develop the products that improve security, efficiency and convenience. For 100 years, Schalge's legacy of continuous improvement has been trusted in over 40 million homes, schools and businesses around the world.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commercial door hardware plays a role in security and safety. It includes fasteners, locks, door handles, hinges, door knobs, door closers, and more. This means that commercial door hardware ensures that the door stays up, keeps the entryway locked, and that one can pass through the entryway.

Door hardware typically used for commercial buildings are usually heavy duty as these places have a higher amount of foot traffic compared to residential buildings. For this reason, commercial grade door hardware is divided into three grades based on the ANSI / BHMA grading system: 1, 2, and 3 to help you understand the quality when making a purchase.

Since commercial door hardware is made to be more durable, it is typically made of higher quality material. This means that they can be made from alloy metals such as brass or stainless steel. It also depends on the purpose such as how security doors or exit doors should be fire rated and therefore made of materials that slow or stop the spread of flames, smoke, and heat transfer.

Some examples of exterior commercial door hardware include locking mechanisms such as deadbolts, spring bolts, or keyless locks; exit devices; door closers; hinges; wall and door protectors; and more.

The ADA requires that operable parts of door hardware be a minimum height of 34 inches and a maximum height of 48 inches, with a maximum required force of 5 pounds. That means the door closer resistance must be 5 pounds or less to accommodate users' various upper extremity abilities.

Ligature resistant door hardware features rounded surfaces and low profiles that are designed to secure rooms without presenting potential safety hazards. These environments can also be equipped with ligature resistant doors and frames that enable staff to gain rapid access to a room

Sargent makes A 8888 Multi- Function Rim Exit Device. The Panic Trim 700 series such as the 704 Storeroom Function, 713 Classroom Function, 715 Passage Function decides the function of the device. Fully compatible just change the trim to change the function without changing the panic bar itself.

The Intruder Lock is keyed on both sides and when turning your key from the inside, it secures the outside handle. The inside will always remain unlocked, allowing all occupants to be able to exit the room at any time. These locks protect classrooms by allowing the teacher to lock the exterior trim without leaving the classroom.

A storeroom function always requires a key to retract the latch and enter the room. A classroom lock can be locked or unlocked using a key in the outside lever. For both functions, the inside lever always allows free egress.