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AFL stands for "Auxiliary Fire Latch" on fire rated exit devices.
The Von Duprin 1609 cannot be used on a pair of fire rated doors. We recommend using the Von Duprin fire rated mortise exit device in lieu of the rim device such as the Von Duprin 5575-F,...
No, dogging cannot be added to a fire-rated mechanical exit device. Fire rated devices can be only electronically dogged and drop during fire activation.
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...
A standard exit device can't be modified to a fire rated exit device.  In order to get a product with the UL fire label, a new device must be purchased. This is a UL requirement.
Installation should be 6" from bottom of the door. See attached templates as reference.  T-5494 for HM Doors W-5494 for Wood Doors
There is not a fire rated version of the Von Duprin 33A/35A rim device.  Only the vertical rod devices (33/3527A-F, 33/3547A-F, 33/3548A-F) can be fire rated.
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. 
While they are both mortise locks they are not interchangeable.  You would NOT be able to use a L9000 with a VD panic device. You would NOT be able to use a VD 7500 with Schlage lev...
LR is the regular/ standard latch and PL is Pullman/ES (Electric Strike) latch for the Von Duprin 8827 exit device.
 ES (electric strike) latch is only used with the 8827 less bottom rod on a non fire rated exit device with a 6111 electric strike.
Von Duprin 6300 electric strike will operate with 88 rim but not 88F fire rated exit devices.
 8827 vertical rod device is available for 7 or 8 feet tall door standard. 12", 24", 36" and 48" extension rod kits are available for taller doors (8 feet max on fire rated openings). We do no...
The 8847-F is for hollow metal doors only and can not be used on Wood doors.
Yes, fire rated exit devices can have electric latch retraction.  However, the devices must be tied into a fire alarm system to remove power from the units so the doors will be latched in the ...
The 909 strike is used in single and paired non-fire rated and single fire rated openings.  The 954 strike is used in fire rated paired openings.
The 1609 strike cannot be used with Von Duprin XP98/99 exit device.
The top latch for a Fire rated surface vertical rod device is part #650375-00 which replaced the old part #F588.
Fire rated devices are not an option.
The 5547 device can be ordered with an ES prefix to work in conjunction with an electric strike. This requires LBR and can only be done on non-fire rated applications. To convert an existing ...