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On May 1, 2013 the LM9000 lock series was discontinued and replaced with the LM9300 Multipoint Lock series. See related solution for information on current multipoint offering: What is th...
The Schlage LM9000 Multipoint Solution was a three-point locking assembly that was UL approved to FEMA 361 and FEMA 320 guidelines for outswing doors, and met ANSI ICC 500 for tornad...
On May 1, 2013 the LM9000 lock was discontinued and replaced with the LM9300 Multipoint Lock. 
The Schlage LM9000 series lock was originally designed for use in FEMA (tornado) storm shelter openings and/or Florida Building code (hurricane) assemblies.  Doors, frames and hardware can be order...
  Specify either an L or B doors for use with the LM9000 or LMV9000 Specify the F frame for use with the LM9000 or LMV9000 Order the lock from Schlage as you would normally The concealed rods...
BAA/ARRA stand for Buy American Act and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. A brief description of some of the federal requirements can be found in the BAA Catalog on the Allegion...
Country of Origin (COO) information can be found in the Buy American Act (BAA) brochure.
To obtain product certification forms:Download the BAA Catalog on the Allegion website Complete the information requested in the the BAA Catalog with a detailed copy of the prod...
MultiPoint locks are three-point locking systems that secure the door at three points – top, bottom, and traditional center latch location. Operating just like traditional locks, MultiPoint locks a...