Are Latch guards UL listed

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Dust Cover Box, Masonry guard, Mortar Guard, Plaster Guard.; Grout Guard
Cylindrical Locks: a bored lockset whose latch or bolt locking mechanism is contained in the portion installed through the cross-bore Medium, high to extra heavy duty Commercial, multi-family a...
You should use the LX switch with the Von Duprin surface vertical rod exit device because the rods are exposed and are vulnerable to attack. IE, the top rod can be grasped and forced down to retrac...
Deadbolt Locks (Deadlocks): a lock with a bolt which requires a deliberate action to extend and which resists end pressure in the unlocking direction when fully extended Medium, high to extra he...
Extended latch guard only 4' (1219mm)
The 2670 Guard X uses a standard rim cylinder for either push side or pull side.  The rim cylinder can be installed to the outside of the opening with an offset pull to operate the 2670 Guard X d...
The RGO (rod guard only) is 36" long x 1-5/8" wide.
The difference between the Brass version 482B and the Aluminum version 482A is the size and design as well as the base material and available accessories.  The Brass version  482B comes w...
LGO, LGO-3, LGO-4
Exit devices are not designed for exterior application. If used in an exterior applications then a powder coated finish on the 33/35 and 98/99 series are recommended for exterior applications. ...
The LCN Safety (Finger) Guard was a heavy duty vinyl product that covered the opening between the door and frame, where most hand injuries occur. The LCN 750 Safety (Finger) Guard was the pul...
RG-27 (LG)
The 2670 Guard X device can't be cut down to fit doors less than 3 feet.  This device is designed to fit doors 36"-48" door width.
See PCB replacement instructions below. The horn is part of the board and can only be replaced by replacing the entire board.
Von Duprin does not offer any lever trim or pulls that through bolt to the Guard X device.  Ives has the 8102-6 and 8105-6 pulls that can be lined up with the mounting screws of the exit device b...
Replacing the battery on the 2670 should not cause the unit stop working. Make sure the spring that provides tension on the plastic finger is not bent out. The spring should be at a 90 degrees...
The following are part numbers for 2670 Guard X exit device PCB: pcb.10018 for English pcb.10019 for Spanish pcb.10020 for French
The Von Duprin Guard-X exit device is not fire rated because the deadbolt is not spring loaded. Therefore, there would be no positive latching as required on a fire rated opening. 
Mortise Locks: a lockset where the case is designed to fit in a mortise in the edge of a door Medium, high to extra heavy duty Commercial, multi-family and institutional applications Pros - ...
 The Y latches listed below are adjustable to fit either a 2 3/8" or 2 3/4" backset. LATCHES WITH LOCKS  Description  Backset  Specify  Square corner, 1-1/8" x 2-1/4", standard  2...
 The latches for the Y and F lock are not interchangeable as the hole sizes are different. Substituting any latch voids your UL and product warranty. 
Catalog information for Ives Edge Guards is currently being developed.  The order form with part numbers is available. Ives Edge Guard Order FormIves Edge Guard BrochureIves Edge Gua...
Interconnected Locks: a lockset whose trim provides a means of simultaneous retraction of two or more bolts which may also be operated independently Medium duty Commercial, government or multi-...
The B500 deadbolts meet the following certification: ANSI A156.5, 2001, Grade 2. Available UL Listed for 3-hour fire door.
DISCONTINUED: The Falcon T lock had a reinforcement kit for a 1 3/4" thick hollow metal door that prevents lateral movement of the latch. It is a piece of hard foam shaped like a doughnut...
The Von Duprin 2670 Guard X is used only on non fire rated doors thus is not fire rated.
The 98/99 rim and vertical rod exit devices are shipped with NL drive screw to function as a Night Latch. To convert the device to Class Room, remove the NL Drive Screw on 98/99 center case ass...
The Schlage full size interchangeable core (FSIC) prepped B560F, B561F, and B563F deadbolts all require a UL fire cup (R) in order to be UL listed.  This fire cup is s...
With a mullion: Use the standard strike 267 With no mullion and inactive leaf being held closed with flush or surface bolts: Use the 2609 double door strike
Following parts are required to add the bottom rod and latch to the 98/9927-LBR device.  Bottom Rod: 050515 for 9827 and 050514 for 9927 (specify finish)  Bottom Latch Assembly: 05009...
UL Listed for 3-hour fire door (except L9076 and L9077)
The Von Duprin 2670 Guard X does not have a spring loaded latch bolt, it is a dead bolt and will not operate with any electric strikes.
Yes, as an option, Steelcraft doors are available with factory prepared for the 98/9949 Concealed Vertical Cable Exit Device. L, B, CE, T and CE-Series doors are available factory prepared Door...
The RU series from Falcon is a pre-assembled unit lock designed to retrofit existing unit locks manufactured by Falcon, Corbin Russwin and Yale.  It exceeds ANSI Grade 1 specifications and is ...
The AL lock is a Grade 2 lock ANSI/BHMA Certified A156.2-2003, Series 4000, Grade 2, UL Listed for 3-hour fire door.
Yes, you could use the RG27 on top rod but we recommend RGO. The RG27 is a latch and rod guard and the RGO is a rod guard only. A latch guard is not needed for top latch, only for bottom latch.
The B250 is Grade 2 but has no UL listing due to the holdback rose.
The door handing determines the finish of the latch and strike. Left reverse and right reverse doors default to outside trim Left and right hand doors default to inside trim If lever an...
Extended latch guard only 3' (914mm)
Rod and latch guard
RGO, RG-27, RG-27-3 , RG-27-4
Latch guard only
Rod Guard and Extended Latch Guard 4' (1219mm)
The Ives 482 does not come with a rub plate.  The brass 482 Door guard (also called 482B) comes with an edge guard or plate that is applied with adhesive to protect the edge of the door.T...
Panic Hardware and Fire Exit Hardware are two different types of exit devices, and the proper selection is determined by code requirements. Panic Hardware is an exit device which is tested for u...
The most obvious difference (in the device) is the lack of mechanical dogging on a Fire Rated Device.  There are some internal parts that may be different and the method it is secured to the d...
Rod Guard and Extended Latch Guard 3' (914mm)