Internal hospital doors, including patient rooms, operations, safe storage rooms and X-ray rooms, have special hardware requirements. In addition to being able to withstand high usage, hardware often needs high security and / or easy access.
- Push-button pull nuts that allow easy radiation in low-living spaces
- Pull or press only latches to restrict access
- Locking latches to which the screw when the handle is switched on and held (suitable for psychiatric classes)
- Low profile latches for doors that are wide or close to the wall
- Double acting swivel bearings that allow the door to be used for emergency patients access door
- Emergency door stops swiftly switching an entrance door to a double entrance door for easy access to emergency situations
- Double Tape Binders to Secure Door Frame Irrespective of the direction of travel t
Hardware designed for hospital or other healthcare facilities provides security and ease of use. In an emergency, you do not want the crew to shake off a door button or an uncomfortably drained door. Any door that is not subject to fire protection is one of the most commonly used push pull locks. Companies such as Stanley also produce a push pull puller that can easily be installed on an old, arm-type lock. In addition, hospital-specific hardware is designed to meet the needs of disabled Americans.