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CONTENTS What Inspires You?......................................................1 Decorative Doors & Frames......................................2 Stile and Rail Doors.................................................4 Sketch Doors.............................................................8 Flush Wood Doors................................................ 12 Thermal Fused Doors........................................... 14 Stainless Steel Doors & Frames........................ 16 Aluminum Doors, Frames & Windows.......... 18 Hollow Metal Doors & Frames......................... 20 Integrated Door & Hardware Assemblies.... 22 Decorative Hardware............................................... 24 Collection One....................................................... 26 Collection Two....................................................... 28 Collection Three.................................................... 30 Collection Four...................................................... 32 Collection Five........................................................ 34 Collection Six.......................................................... 36

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Collection Seven................................................... 38 Collection Eight..................................................... 40 Collection Nine...................................................... 42 Collection Ten........................................................ 44 Collection Eleven.................................................. 46 Collection Twelve.................................................. 48 Collection Thirteen.............................................. 50 Collection Fourteen............................................. 52 Collection Fifteen.................................................. 54 Decorative Levers...................................................... 56 Decorative Finishes................................................ 116 Decorative Trim....................................................... 118 Roses...................................................................... 120

Doors and door hardware may be the most intimate points of contact we have with a building. We’re affected by the way a door looks, and the way the lever or pull on that door feels. So while the first job of doors and hardware is to make what’s behind them safe and secure, their aesthetics – their contri-

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bution to the dominant attitude of a space and the human

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experience – matter, too. ASSA ABLOY Group brands provide

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beautiful doors, frames and hardware that will inspire you

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and invigorate your interiors. Visit our Good Design Studio to

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see our entire collection. www.thegooddesignstudio.com

Locking Pulls........................................................ 134 Stops & Hooks..................................................... 136 Sliding Hardware................................................ 138 Custom....................................................................... 140 Access Control......................................................... 144 Integrated Wiegand.......................................... 146 WiFi......................................................................... 147

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Decorative

DOORS & FRAMES

Safe, secure, sound-proof, sustainable; door openings should be all of these things. But Good Design – Aesthetics – should be integral to a door’s usefulness, and should optimize its functionality.

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Stile and rail D OO R S

Elegance, quality and craftsmanship best describe MAIMAN wood stile and rail doors. Available in a variety of lites, louvers and sticking patterns, MAIMAN’s stile and rail doors are fire-rated (20/45/60/90 minutes), pre-finished, and can be grain- and color-matched for compatibility. MAIMAN wood door frames and jambs are also available with fire ratings up to 90 minutes. MAIMAN’s doors and frames are GREENGUARD® certified and their structurally engineered cores are SCS certified for recycled content.

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• MAIMAN Stile and Rail Door, Cherry • MAIMAN Wood Frame • McKINNEY Flat Tip Decorative Hinges • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever

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Stile and rail

• MAIMAN Stile and Rail Door, Butternut • MAIMAN Wood Frame • McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinges • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Roseless Trim

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• MAIMAN Multi-Lite Stile and Rail Door, Plain Sliced Walnut • ROCKWOOD Pull • PEMKO Track Sliding Hardware

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Sketch D OO R S

GRAHAM Sketch Door™ is an architectural flush wood door with immense visual appeal. It is created by arranging wood veneers in flush, decorative patterns. Choose from 18 standard Sketch designs in 3 standard collections, or create a custom design. Sketch Doors are available pre-finished in 28 standard stains, with agrifiber, NAUF, lead-lined, STC (up to 47) and fire-rated (up to 90 minutes) cores. Sketch Doors are FSC and GREENGUARDŽ certified and can be produced with rapidly renewable veneers. MAIMAN wood door frames and jambs are also available with fire ratings up to 90 minutes.

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• GRAHAM Sketch Door with Stainless Steel Inlay, Quartered Ash • MAIMAN Wood Frame • RIXSON Center Hung Pivot • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Square Rose

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Sketch

• GRAHAM Metropolitan Sketch Door, Plain Sliced Cherry • MAIMAN Wood Frame • McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinges • ROCKWOOD Square Locking Pull

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• GRAHAM Prairie Sketch Door, Plain Sliced Cherry • MAIMAN Wood Frame • McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinges • ROCKWOOD Square Locking Pull

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Flush wood D OO R S

GRAHAM’s beautiful architectural flush wood doors are crafted in veneers to exacting fit and finish tolerances. The doors can be available pre-finished, in 28 standard stains or painted in any Pantone color. Custom color-matching is available. GRAHAM’s flush wood doors can be manufactured with applied mouldings, lites and louvers, and transoms. They are available with agrifiber, NAUF, lead-lined, STC (up to 47) and fire-rated (up to 90 minutes) cores. MAIMAN wood door frames and jambs are also available with fire ratings up to 90 minutes. GRAHAM flush wood doors are FSC and GREENGUARD® certified and can be produced with rapidly renewable veneers.

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• GRAHAM Flush Wood Door, Plain Sliced Walnut • MAIMAN Wood Frame • McKINNEY Flat Tip Decorative Hinges • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Square Rose

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Thermal Fused D OO R S

MAIMAN Thermal Fused doors combine the exceptional durability of low-pressure laminate, with the look and aesthetic appeal of a flush wood door. This attractive door is available in 28 standard faces, is edge-banded on all four sides, and is guaranteed not to delaminate. Lites and louvers are optional. Thermal Fused doors are FSC and GREENGUARDÂŽ certified and available with 42 lb. density industrial particle, NAUF and fire-rated (up to 90-minute) cores with STC ratings of between 32 and 46. MAIMAN wood door frames and jambs are also available with fire ratings up to 90 minutes.

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• MAIMAN Thermal Fused Door, Uptown Walnut • MAIMAN Wood Frame • McKINNEY Flat Tip Decorative Hinges • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Behavioral Health Trim

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Stainless steel

D OO R S & F RAME S

Stainless steel doors and frames from CECO DOOR and CURRIES are appropriate for a wide range of applications, from highly corrosive and clean room environments, to aesthetically appealing entrance lobbies. Stainless steel doors and frames have incomparably clean lines, and are extremely versatile. Doors are offered with a variety of core types and can be manufactured with vision lites and louvers. Blast- and ballistic-rated doors and frames can be designed to meet the most demanding site-hardening objectives.

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• CECO DOOR and CURRIES Single Lite Stainless Steel Door • CECO DOOR and CURRIES Stainless Steel Frame • McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinges • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Square Rose and Cylinder Collar

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Aluminum

D OO R S, F RAME S & W I NDOWS

solutions for interior applications. FRAMEWORKS door, frame and

• FRAMEWORKS Aluminum Interior Wall System with GRAHAM Rapidly Renewable Wide Cane Bamboo Flush Wood Door

window products are designed with snap-on trim, recessed glazing

• McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinges

FRAMEWORKS offers expertly-engineered, aluminum swinging and sliding doors, frames, and clerestory, sidelight, or transom window

pockets and concealed fasteners. Project components are angled, segmented and radiused to any specification, and are individually packaged by opening to streamline installation. FRAMEWORKS solutions are available with a variety of glazing options and with anodized and electro-statically applied standard or custom matched paint finishes. Interior sidelight assemblies with wood doors achieve up to 35 STC rating.

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• CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Square Rose and Cylinder Collar


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Hollow metal

D OO R S & FRAME S

Durable and attractive hollow metal doors and frames offered by CECO DOOR and CURRIES are available in a variety of sizes, gauges and aesthetic profiles. Elegant doors with high-definition embossed panels as well as wood grain patterns can be manufactured with continuously welded, seamless edges. Many door core types are available with fire-, bullet-, and blast-resistant ratings and hurricane and tornado resistant certifications. Factory glazed and acoustic doors achieve up to 66 Sound Transmission Class (STC) rating. CECO DOOR and CURRIES have industry-leading operable energy efficiency ratings and one of the highest recycled steel usage rates in the industry.

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• CECO DOOR and CURRIES Hi-Definition Embossed Hollow Metal Door • CECO DOOR and CURRIES Hollow Metal Frame • McKINNEY Flat Tip Decorative Hinges • CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever

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Integrated assembly D OO R S, F RAME S & HA R DWA R E

The versatile, durable, and aesthetically appealing RITE DoorÂŽ by ADAMS RITE is a hollow metal door with a low-profile, integrated (pre-installed) exit device. The door can be primed, pre-finished to match existing paints, or faced with decorative high-pressure or metallic laminates. The RITE DoorÂŽ is 3-hour fire-rated, available with glass lites, and is top-latching, which eliminates the need for astragals in cross corridor and elevator lobby applications. The low-profile push bar is available in an attractive range of architectural finishes.

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• ADAMS RITE Hollow Metal RITE Door with laminate face • CURRIES Hollow Metal Frame • MARKAR Continuous Hinge • ADAMS RITE Exit Device

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HARDWARE

Suited Decorative Hardware Collections from ASSA ABLOY Group brands elevate ordinary door openings, to extraordinary door openings.

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1 McKINNEY Three Knuckle Hinge with Flat Tips 2 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 3 ROCKWOOD ArborMet Door Pull (page 130) 4 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 77) 5 ROCKWOOD ArborTek Door Pull 6 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 136) 7 ROCKWOOD ArborMet Cabinet Pull

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1 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 76) 2 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 3 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 136) 4 ROCKWOOD Bandwidth Door Pull 5 ROCKWOOD Bandwidth Door Pull (page 131) 6 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 136) 7 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137)

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1 McKINNEY Two Knuckle Hinge with Flat Tips (page 128) 2 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 3 ROCKWOOD Flush Leather Wrapped Cabinet Pull 4 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 5 ROCKWOOD Flush Leather Wrapped Door Pull (page 131) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Leather Lever and Rose (page 79)

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1 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 2 ROCKWOOD NeoTek Cabinet Pull 3 ROCKWOOD NeoTek Push Bar 4 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 5 McKINNEY Two Knuckle Hinge with Flat Tips (page 128) 6 ROCKWOOD NeoTek Door Pull (page 132) 7 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 73)

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1 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever and Rose (page 90) 2 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 91) 3 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever and Rose (page 89) 4 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 5 ROCKWOOD Standards Straight Door Pull 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122)

7 ROCKWOOD Standards Offset Door Pull (page 130) 8 ROCKWOOD Standards Cabinet Pull 9 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 136) 10 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 136) 11 McKINNEY Two Knuckle Hinge with Flat Tips (page 128)


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1 ROCKWOOD SoftTek Door Pull (page 132) 2 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 78) 3 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 4 ROCKWOOD SoftMet Door Pull (page 132) 5 McKINNEY Split Finish Two Knuckle Hinge with Flat Tips (page 128) 6 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 137) 7 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122)


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1 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever and Rose (page 86) 2 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 136) 3 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 4 ROCKWOOD NeoMitre GripZone Door Pull (page 132) 5 ROCKWOOD NeoMitre Plain Door Pull (page 132) 6 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137)

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1 ROCKWOOD Groove Door Pull (page 130) 2 McKINNEY Two Knuckle Hinge with Lined Tips (page 129) 3 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 74) 4 ROCKWOOD Groove Cabinet Pull 5 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122)

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1 McKINNEY Two Knuckle Hinge with Grooved Tips (page 128) 2 ROCKWOOD LineaMet Door Hook (page 136) 3 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 4 ROCKWOOD LineaMet Push Bar (page 130) 5 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 6 ROCKWOOD LineaTek Door Pull (page 130) 7 ROCKWOOD LineaMet Door Pull

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1 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Cylinder Collar 2 McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinge (page 129) 3 ROCKWOOD PlanTek Door Pull (page 133) 4 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 137) 5 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever and CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Rose (page 81) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Rose (page 80)

7 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 8 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 9 ROCKWOOD Wall Stop (page 137)

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1 ROCKWOOD MariTek Door Pull (page 131) 2 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 94) 3 ROCKWOOD MariTek Door Pull (page 131) 4 McKINNEY Olive Knuckle Hinge (page 129) 5 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever and Rose (page 95)

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1 ROCKWOOD PostMount Cabinet Pull with Round Ends 2 McKINNEY Two Knuckle Hinge with Round Tips (page 129) 3 ROCKWOOD PostMount Door Pull with Round Ends 4 ROCKWOOD PostMount Door Pull with Round Ends 5 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 137) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT/YALE Lever and Rose (page 92)

7 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 8 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 137)

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1 ROCKWOOD AccenTek Door Pull (page 133) 2 McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinge (page 129) 3 ROCKWOOD Wall Stop (page 137) 4 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 5 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 70) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 71) 7 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Access Control Reader (page 147)

8 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Thumbturn (page 122) 9 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 137) 10 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Cylinder Collar

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1 ROCKWOOD AccenTek Door Pull (page 133) 2 ROCKWOOD Door Hook (page 137) 3 McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinge (page 129) 4 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Access Control Reader (page 147) 5 ROCKWOOD Wall Stop (page 137) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 68) 7 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 69)

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1 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 67) 2 ROCKWOOD AccenTek Door Pull (page 133) 3 ROCKWOOD Floor Stop (page 137) 4 ROCKWOOD Wall Stop (page 137) 5 McKINNEY Square Barrel Hinge (page 129) 6 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Cylinder Collar 7 CORBIN RUSSWIN/SARGENT Lever and Rose (page 66)

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Decorative

LEVERS

Functional without compromise and flawless in design, Decorative Levers from ASSA ABLOY Group brands are compatible with mortise and tubular locks, access control and exit devices, and master key systems.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 139 SARGENT H007

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 5/32" 130.86mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 5/8" 67.01mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 140 SARGENT H008

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 5/8" 142.50mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 9/16" 64.85mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 141 SARGENT H009

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 15/32" 139.30mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 7/16" 61.82mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

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605/03

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Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 142 SARGENT H010

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 5/16" 135.19mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 5/32" 62.98mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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Available Finishes:

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611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 143 SARGENT H011

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

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626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 25/32" 146.81mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 7/8" 72.79mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 133 SARGENT H001

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 3/8" 136.53mm

Mortise Locks 2 1/4" 57.25mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 54. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 134 SARGENT H002

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 3/8" 136.53mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

3/8" 9.53mm

2 1/4" 57.25mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 54. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 135 SARGENT H003

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 1/8" 130.18mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 5/16" 58.85mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 52. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 137 SARGENT H005

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 1/8" 130.18mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

3/8" 9.53mm

2 5/16" 58.85mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 52. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 136 SARGENT H004

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 1/8" 130.18mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 5/16" 58.85mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 50. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 138 SARGENT H006

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 1/8" 130.18mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

3/8" 9.53mm

2 5/16" 58.85mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 50. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 25M SARGENT REM

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 21M SARGENT RAM

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 32.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 27M SARGENT RGM

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 40.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 21G SARGENT RAG

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 42.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 23M SARGENT RCM

Compatible With:

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 28.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 21W SARGENT RAW

Compatible With:

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 26.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 21S SARGENT RAS

Compatible With:

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Mortise Locks

Santopreneâ„¢ insert

Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 36.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

CORBIN RUSSWIN 21L SARGENT RAL

Compatible With:

5 1/4" 133.35mm

Mortise Locks

Leather insert

Tubular Locks 3 3/32" 78.58mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 30.

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 102 SARGENT MD YALE TB

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 3/8" 136.40mm

Mortise Locks 2 17/32" 64.52mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 44. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 124 SARGENT ND YALE UB

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 1/8" 130.18mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 3/4" 69.85mm

3/8" 9.53mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 44. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 103 SARGENT MJ YALE TC

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

4 13/16" 121.85mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 1/2" 63.13mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 125 SARGENT NJ YALE UC

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 5/16" 134.94mm

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 11/16" 68.26mm

3/8" 9.53mm

20D

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 104 SARGENT MP YALE TD

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

4 13/32" 111.92mm

Mortise Locks 2 3/16" 55.56mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 101 SARGENT MC

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5" 127.03mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 1/4" 57.03mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 110 SARGENT MI YALE TS

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 13/32" 137.03mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 19/32" 65.79mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 38. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 123 SARGENT MW YALE TQ

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

4 31/32� 126.21mm

7/16" 11.11mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 1/2" 63.5mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 38. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 106 SARGENT MB YALE TM

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 3/8" 136.13mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 1/2" 63.50mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands and is designated for each as follows: CORBIN RUSSWIN 107 SARGENT ME YALE TN

Available Finishes: 605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

4 11/16" 118.80mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 17/32" 64.26mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 34. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 108 SARGENT MF YALE TP

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

4 3/8" 111.13mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 25/32" 70.99mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 34. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 128 SARGENT NF

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

4 5/8" 117.86mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

3/8" 9.53mm

2 13/16" 71.37mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 34. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 109 SARGENT MG YALE TR

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 1/2" 139.83mm

Mortise Locks 2 15/32" 62.59mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 48. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 121 SARGENT MT YALE TJ

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

4 31/32" 125.94mm

Mortise Locks 2 17/32" 64.58mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 105 SARGENT MA

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 3/8" 136.56mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 13/32" 61.34mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 46. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 122 SARGENT MM YALE TK

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 1/8" 130.03mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 3/4" 69.87mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

To see entire collection, refer to page 46. * SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 119 SARGENT MQ YALE TG

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 3/32" 129.66mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 5/16" 58.36mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 127 SARGENT MY YALE TO

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 3/8" 136.53mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 15/16" 74.61mm

3/8" 9.53mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 117 SARGENT MO YALE TE

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

4 1/4" 108.08mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 15/32" 62.47mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 126 SARGENT MZ YALE TI

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 1/8" 130.18mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 7/8" 73.03mm

3/8" 9.53mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 111 SARGENT MN YALE TT

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

4 17/32" 115.09mm

Mortise Locks 2 1/8" 53.97mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 116 SARGENT MV YALE TY

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 1/8" 129.85mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 7/8" 73.02mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 114 SARGENT MS YALE TW

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 3/8" 136.28mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 15/32" 62.34mm

2 21/32" 67.29mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 130 SARGENT NS YALE UW

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 1/4" 133.35mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 15/16" 74.61mm 3/8" 9.53mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 113 SARGENT MK YALE TV

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 7/32" 132.25mm

Mortise Locks 3" 76.08mm 2 3/4" 69.81mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 112 SARGENT MH YALE TU

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5 5/32" 130.90mm

Mortise Locks 2 3/4" 69.87mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 115 SARGENT MU YALE TX

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 1/16" 128.97mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 3 1/16" 78.10mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 131 SARGENT NU YALE UX

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 1/4" 133.35mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Tubular Locks 2 7/8" 73.03mm

3/8" 9.53mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN 132 SARGENT MX YALE TZ

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent

613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

5 5/16" 134.94mm

20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

629/32

Bright Stainless Steel

630/32D

Satin Stainless Steel

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 7/8" 73.03mm

3/8" 9.53mm

Tubular Locks Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant California Fire Code Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN ZINFANDEL

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

4 4/5" 121.92mm

2" 50.80mm

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed*

Compatible With: Mortise Locks 2 4/5" 71.12mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

SARGENT YARMOUTH

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

Compatible With:

5" 127mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

1 7/8" 47.63mm

2 5/8" 66.68mm

Cylindrical Locks (Key-in-Lever) Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN FRASCATI YALE MA

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed*

Compatible With:

5 1/5" 132.08mm

Mortise Locks 1 3/4" 44.45mm

2 1/2" 63.50mm

Cylindrical Locks (Key-in-Lever) Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

SARGENT GULFPORT

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

Compatible With:

5" 127mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

1 15/16" 49.21mm

2 15/16" 74.61mm

Cylindrical Locks (Key-in-Lever) Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

SARGENT SANIBEL YALE RA

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated 20D

Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed**

Compatible With:

5" 127mm

Mortise Locks Tubular Locks

2 1/2" 63.50mm

3 7/16" 87.31mm

Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* SARGENT only ** YALE only

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This lever is available from these ASSA ABLOY Group brands

Available Finishes:

and is designated for each as follows:

605/03

Bright Brass, Clear Coated

606/04

Satin Brass, Clear Coated

611/09

Bright Bronze, Clear Coated

612/10

Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

613/10B

Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed

CORBIN RUSSWIN MERLOT

613E/10BE Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Equivalent 613L/10BL Dark Oxidized Satin Bronze, Clear Coated

4 3/4" 120.65mm

618/14

Bright Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

619/15

Satin Nickel Plated, Clear Coated

625/26

Bright Chrome Plated

626/26D

Satin Chrome Plated

722

Black Oxidized Satin Bronze, Oil Rubbed*

Compatible With: Mortise Locks Exit Devices

1 1/2" 38.10mm

2 1/2" 63.50mm

Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

* CORBIN RUSSWIN only

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Available Finishes:

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Statuary Dark Bronze, Clear Coated*

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Exit Devices Access Control Devices ADA Compliant Recycled Content/LEED

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These distinctive decorative thumbturns are offered on mortise locks manufactured by CORBIN RUSSWIN and SARGENT. They were designed at a scale that complements the decorative levers and roses offered by the two brands, and can be provided in any of 14 architectural finishes.

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Exclusive to CORBIN RUSSWIN and SARGENT is the uniquely minimal, Roseless Trim. This elegant, commercial-grade trim minimizes the appearance of hardware on a door. Hardware meets door in a flawless aesthetic. Roseless Trim is available in 14 architectural finishes on mortise and tubular locks, and on select access control devices.

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Details should not be left to chance. Distinctive, discriminately chosen door Accessories define Good Design.

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Sleek and unique are two words that describe the commercial-grade locking pulls offered by ROCKWOOD. Engineered for ease of installation on glass, aluminum, hollow metal or wood doors, locking pulls combine the security of a keyed deadbolt/ thumbturn, with the clean and appealing aesthetics of a traditional door pull. Square and tubular-shaped pulls are available in a variety of architectural finishes, can be leather-wrapped, and are offered with latching options in the floor, at the door-head, or in both locations.

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1 PEMKO G60 2 PEMKO G70 3 PEMKO G80 4 PEMKO G90 5 PEMKO G100 6 PEMKO W60 7 PEMKO W70 8 PEMKO W80 9 PEMKO W90 10 PEMKO W100

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When off-the-shelf won’t do, rely on ASSA ABLOY Group brands to turn your commercial door and hardware vision into reality. Our Industrial Design and Engineering Teams work collaboratively in a variety of design software and 3-D prototyping platforms, and have produced stunning custom doors and hardware that are the envy of the industry.

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Technology and Aesthetics converge in the innovative Access Control solutions offered by ASSA ABLOY Group brands.

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Wiegand-enabled Harmony® (SARGENT, pictured with Simplí™ roseless trim) and Access 600® (CORBIN RUSSWIN) locks combine all standard access control components into a single device. This integrated approach significantly reduces installation time and creates a streamlined aesthetic that blends flawlessly into any environment. Wiegand products make it easy to incorporate doors and hardware into existing access control systems, because the open architecture platform is compatible with all popular access control systems.

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The IN120 combines innovative technology with inspired design, utilizing existing WiFi infrastructure to reduce the cost and complexity of installing access control. Available from ASSA ABLOY Group brands CORBIN RUSSWIN and SARGENT, the patent pending IN120 lock sets a new standard for performance and aesthetics. It provides functionally superior and flexible access control, and is realized in clean, simple lines that result in its strong visual appeal. The IN120 can be ordered in a broad range of finishes, with a black or white reader, and a variety of striking decorative levers.

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CONTENTS Letter from the Editor...................................................... 1 Healing Environments..................................................... 2 Behavioral Health Solutions.......................................... 4 Campus Solutions............................................................. 8 Building Information Modeling (BIM).................... 12 Sustainable and Energy Efficient Solutions........... 16 Academic and Classroom Solutions........................ 22

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inspires you? Letter from the Editor Have you ever been drawn to a particular space or place? Felt empowered or more productive when you’re in it? Maybe you’ve experienced a haven for learning, or a sanctuary for healing and recovery. Good Design in the built environment has as profound an effect on our behavior, demeanor and well-being as does our DNA. Can Doors, Frames and Hardware contribute to the quality of the built environment and the human experience? Enjoy the perspectives, passion and humor in the interviews and articles on the pages that follow, then let me know what you decide. When you’ve finished, flip this book upside down to learn more about The Good Design Studio and the ASSA ABLOY Door, Frame and Hardware Solutions that inspire Architects, Interior Designers and their End Users, and enrich lives every day. All the best!

Sandra C. Matheny, Director - Decorative Openings 203.499.6889 | Sandra.Matheny@assaabloy.com

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HE ALI NG ENVIRO NME NT S Our Editor spoke with Marilyn Collins, EDAC, Director, Business Development – Healthcare for ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. The following was excerpted from their conversation. E. Hi, M. You’ve been on the road lately with the ASSA ABLOY Healthcare Solutions Mobile Showroom. How’s it going? M. Never better! Hospital Operations Departments, Directors of Nursing, Pharmacy Managers, healthcare architects and many more view this patient experience and realize that we know healthcare! This showroom aligns our solutions with the latest in healthcare research…. from noise reduction to energy efficiency to restorative designs for behavioral health; they see it all.

“ Hospitals compete for business. People want the best treatment in the best environment.” Marilyn Collins

E. When no one’s around, do they let you drive it? M. That’s a hoot! I’ve seen this vehicle get into some pretty tight parking spots… and although I learned to drive in Boston and NYC in the winter, I wouldn’t tackle this baby! Our drivers are the best in the business and they’re very engaged with everyone who steps into the showroom. As this showroom travels across the US and Canada, we proudly say that our solutions “facilitate the delivery of healthcare.”

treated, so hospitals are appealing to women in design and function. And hospitals do, in fact, compete for business. People want the best treatment in the best environment. Second, hospitals are striving for better performance in their patient satisfaction scores, which figure into their reimbursements from the US government. Patients actually score their experience in the hospital. This connects to the third reason… “Happy nurses… happy patients” is often heard. Nurses provide roundthe-clock care and suffer a very high rate of workplace injuries. Hospitals want to retain their nurses and other clinicians so creating a better, more efficient and more appealing environment is high on the list. If we can help a nurse assist a patient, or ease the working environment with automatic doors and such,

then we can confidently say we have facilitated the delivery of healthcare! E. You’ve got an EDAC credential. What is it, and what did you have to do to get it? M. EDAC stands for Evidence Based Design Accreditation and Certification. The basic definition of “evidence based design” is “research that guides design”. Such research has confirmed that art, views to nature, reduced noise and other elements of the built environment actually contribute to faster healing times and a requirement for less medication. Amazing, isn’t it? The process to achieve EDAC involves studying the methods of research to determine causes and effects in healthcare design and then taking a 2-hour exam. It’s a graduate level course in itself!

E. I don’t think I’ve ever told you this… I get “white coat syndrome” something fierce. But I visited a hospital in Ohio recently, and the lobby and patient rooms were more luxe than a lot of the hotels I stay in. The restaurant was better, too. What’s up with that? M. Wow, where do I begin? First, women make the decision as to where their families will be

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“ … creating a better, more efficient, and more appealing environment is high on the list.” Marilyn Collins The RITE Door designed into Legacy Health Systems, Portland, OR.

E. I’ve been reading a lot about the “Silver Tsunami” – the aging of America – and the impact it’s having on our built healthcare environment. Any implications for door and hardware solutions? M. Indeed, yes. We refer to it as “saging”, not aging… and we’re all learning a lot about how buildings, flooring, door openings and aesthetics can help “elders” live vibrant lives throughout the aging process. Think easier, quieter, less glare, more colorful, more use of alternate lever styles and materials… and greater energy efficiency. After all, the minimum “comfort” temperature for a person over 70 years is 78 degrees. By 2050, more than 20% of the population will be over 65. And what’s the fastest growing population segment? Those over 85! That segment will increase 400% over the next 40 years. We’ll see the influence of technology more and more, as multi-technology readers will help track where those elders are in a building, who is assisting them, who is providing medication, etc... The other construction dynamic we are already seeing is growth in the medical office building space, large satellite clinics and the multi-family “CCC”

spaces. These continuing care communities cater to a vibrant, baby boomer lifestyle that incorporates sliding or “barn” doors to reduce the incidents of falls, pulls as opposed to levers to eliminate the need to rotate trim and wireless technology for access control. E. Behavioral health. So much to be done. You’re doing great work with the ASSA ABLOY Group brands to make sure that we’re part of the solution. What have you been up to? M. We’ve partnered with the Dept. of Veterans Affairs, the Office of Mental Health and the National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems, first to learn about this segment of healthcare, and then to develop products and solutions that are appropriate for low-, mediumand high-risk areas. The statistics are staggering: one out of four persons in the US is diagnosed with a mental illness. Behavioral Health used to be a custodial environment. People were not really that sick, but once admitted, they stayed for a long time. That’s no longer the case. People are more acutely ill upon admission… but the goal is to restore them to community quickly. (Medicare and Medicaid’s limit of 90 days of treatment has

something to do with this.) There is now, and will continue to be, an increase in providing additional access control in hospitals - even in patient rooms. Some reasons include: • Inventory shrink and loss of items continues to be an issue. Patients are encouraged to lock personal belongings in an in-room safe, or send them home with families. But as families become more integral to the healing process, their smart phones, tablets, etc. will need to be secured. • The estimate of loss is $4000/bed per year. Losses include narcotics, other controlled substances, supplies such as syringes and sterile tubing, scrubs, and linens. • The VA reports that almost 90% of returning women soldiers (and men, too) have been sexually assaulted in the field by a colleague or an officer. Many hospitals are building all-female units that incorporate locking patient rooms so the patient feels safe.

By 2050, more than 20% of the population will be over 65. If you want to chat with Marilyn Collins about door and hardware solutions for healthcare facilities and healing environments, you can call her at 203.492.3426, or you can reach her by email at MarilynA.Collins@assaabloy.com

E. Thanks, M… really appreciate the passion you have for what you do. Keep up the great work, okay? Great chatting with you!

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C R E A T I N G O P E N I N G S T H AT H E A L : D O O R S A N D H A R D W A R E I N B E H A V I O R A L H E A LT H By Marilyn Collins Director of Business Development - Healthcare ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions

Portland VA Medical Center, Portland, OR

Behavioral health has transitioned into creating a restorative environment to promote health.

The behavioral health setting presents some unique challenges for the door and hardware industry. Naturally, the safety and security of the patients within the setting, as well as the safety and security of medical staff, administrative staff, environmental services, visitors and family members, are the primary concerns. In recent years, the trend has also been towards helping to create a more "restorative" environment, one in which the patient can not only be protected from physical harm but can be treated in an environment that proactively contributes to the patient's improvement. In trying to create a more therapeutic environment within the behavioral health setting, there is a request that we in the door and hardware industry have been hearing more frequently, one which succinctly describes the evolution of door design: "Please take the prison out of our facility." Behavioral health has traditionally been viewed as a caretaker type of industry. The prime directive has long been – not without justification – to keep patients from harming themselves; to provide enough medication to help suppress any urges to harm themselves or others; and to keep them within the facility.

Behavioral health has transitioned into creating a restorative environment to promote health, rather than a prison from which patients can't escape. The question is how does the behavioral health industry restore people to a level that allows better social interaction and a higher quality of life? And how does the door and hardware industry contribute to that mission? Before answering that question, it is necessary to define exactly what constitutes a behavioral health setting. It can be an outpatient or inpatient setting, depending on the severity of the condition. It can be a clinic that treats both physical and mental disorders, or a facility totally dedicated to behavioral health concerns. It can be a primary hospital that offers a self-contained Alzheimer's unit. It can be a Department of Veterans’ Affairs hospital that treats returning soldiers from the effects of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It can be a facility for children, adults, and/or the elderly. Ultimately, the behavioral health setting can take on a variety of forms, can serve a number of different clients, and can pose widely divergent door and hardware requirements.

Regardless of the type of behavioral health facility, two main objectives surface: safety and security will remain the top considerations; and facilities will employ a methodical, step-by-step approach to ensure that all areas of the behavioral health facility are well-protected. Typically, the perimeter of the facility would be considered first, and then work inwards. In doing so, we would ask these questions: • What type of security do we need for exterior entrances and egress points and who needs access? Who should be denied access? • What building codes - local, state and federal - must we comply with (e.g., American with Disabilities Act)? • How would emergency situations or operational goals affect the openings? • Are there energy-efficiency considerations? Moving from the exterior of the facility to the interior, we must make decisions on a number of elements: • What types of egress and access must the stairwells offer? • What level of protection/security do patient rooms require and who needs access (i.e., medical staff, dietary staff, environmental services, etc.) {continued on page 6}

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Widespread use of building products made with recycled content – including door and hardware products from ASSA ABLOY Group brands – enabled the Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois to achieve LEED Gold certification.

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Educational, government, military, commercial and healthcare facilities across the country rely on ASSA ABLOY to provide customized doorway solutions that meet their unique needs. Our unparalleled offering of doors and frames, locks, closers, key systems, and every door-related accessory, meet the most stringent standards for security, including FIPS compliance, life-safety, noise reduction, and energy efficiency. We provide a wide range of products that meet both BAA and TAA requirements. Our highly qualified field representatives stand ready to provide expertise and support throughout every phase of your project.

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{continued from page 4} The next step is to determine what type of patient population the facility is serving. Does it service children and/or adults? Does it serve the elderly? Does it serve dementia patients? Is it a facility with no access unless accompanied by hospital personnel? In answering these questions, we're looking for hardware that is appropriate for each population, from a physical strength perspective as well as mental capacity and/or patients’ ability to harm themselves.

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"The ultimate goal is to create an opening that is not only safe for everyone involved but one that will actually promote healing." Marilyn Collins

However, as mentioned earlier, the new thrust is also to offer a more restorative environment. Years ago, it was all about simply keeping people secure. Often, that meant mag locks – a great concept because there are no moving parts, and they are hard to reach since they are typically positioned on top of the door. In addition, because they are selfcontained, there were no elements that a patient could turn into a weapon, which contributed to a safer environment. Mag locks are still appropriately used for entrances that require interlocking doors. In an effort to create a less institutional, yet safe, atmosphere, there is a wave of innovative products that also contribute to the safety aspect. One of the most promising developments has been the introduction of trim with ligature-resistant characteristics; that is, products with rounded profiles and no sharp edges which could allow a person to attach anything to the lock or lever in order to inflict bodily injury on themselves.

With that in mind, we can take some research from the evidence-based design world and apply them to the behavioral health market. We know, based on empirical data that if patients have a view of nature and natural settings, healing times are compressed. We also know that if patients can be engaged in various forms of artwork, their treatments are more successful. The question is, how do we take those concepts and apply them to door hardware – that is, how do we take a door and make it into a piece of art? Combining art with safety and security may lead to the concept of the door within the door – or what is known as the "wicket" or barricade-resistant door. A patient door typically opens in, so if a patient goes into his or her room, closes the door and barricades it, there is typically no way to get the patient out; the wicket door solves that problem. Hospital personnel can simply take a key, open the wicket door, and gain access to extricate the patient from the room. Recent innovations also include a double swing hinge with emergency release stop, to allow the inswinging door to become outswinging, with the use of a simple tool to release the stop. Another current trend is the change in the use of electric strikes. While they are efficient and are often used in behavioral health settings,

Just as important, manufacturers are trying to design locks that don't look like locks. The industry as a whole is trying to add an artistic and architectural flair to locking devices. In order to do so, it is first necessary for us to change our way of thinking about doors. In the behavioral health field, doors are starting to be viewed as openings rather than closings. More specifically, the door is not something to "lock in" the patient but rather an opening to a restorative and healing environment. Double Swing Hinge

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traditional electric strikes tend to cut into the frame which means that an access point has been created. If a no-cut-in strike can be used instead – one that will go into the existing strike opening – that can be a real advantage, as it presents no visual cue to patients that there is something they can potentially utilize to harm themselves. How else can the door and hardware industry respond to the needs of the behavioral health environment? Most every healthcare facility is under some type of noise reduction initiative. Consequently, wood doors are becoming a strong preference in behavioral health. Wood and thermally fused doors are not only highly robust and secure, they are very sound-absorbing, as well as creating a warmer, more hospitable environment. Because of these qualities, many facilities are moving away from the familiar steel doors for interior applications. Ultimately, everything on a door is under scrutiny in a behavioral health setting, not only for improved security and safety but for better aesthetics: the doors, the door frame, the angles on the frame, the lock, even the hinges (slanted, concealed, etc.). The ultimate goal is to create an opening that is not only safe for everyone involved but one that will actually promote healing.


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Thermal Fused (LPDL) Doors Durability and Good Design MAIMAN Thermal Fused doors combine the exceptional durability of low-pressure laminate, with the look and aesthetic appeal of a flush wood door. This attractive door is available in 28 standard faces, is edge-banded on all four sides, and is guaranteed not to delaminate. Lites and louvers are optional. Thermal Fused doors are FSC and GREENGUARDÂŽ certified and available with 42 lb. density industrial particle, NAUF and fire-rated (up to 90-minute) cores with STC ratings of between 32 and 46.

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Our Editor talked with Angelo Faenza, General Manager – PERSONA Vice President, Campus Electronic Access Control at ASSA ABLOY. The following was excerpted from their conversation.

“ We’re also learning a lot about the importance of sustainability, energy efficiency and aesthetics… the appearance of the campus environment can afford a very real competitive advantage.” Angelo Faenza

E. Hey, Ang! How you doin’? A. Groovy, Baby! E. (Laughs!) I have a question for you. If you bought a sweatshirt in the bookstore of every college campus you’ve visited, how many sweatshirts would you have? A. (Laughs!) Great question! There would be more than I could count! Part of the fun of doing what I do is getting to visit so many college and university campuses; large and small, private and public, thriving and struggling. They’re mini-cities, and parents entrust the campus administrators to keep their kids safe, and to provide an exceptional learning environment. I love being a part of that. E. So I bet you’ve collected a lot of great campus intel, and a lot of fleece! But you’re not visiting those campuses to buy sweatshirts, are you? You’re talking about requirements for electro-mechanical access control (EAC) and PERSONA Campus Solutions. Who have you talked to and what have you learned?

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A. We generally talk to the “EAC Committee” or to the “Keyless Committee.” Many campuses have, or will have, committees that study and plan their migration from a traditional metal key system, to a card credential system. For example, when we visited The Ohio State University, we learned that they wanted to move to a deeper deployment of access control, but that costs to implement a traditional EAC solution would be high. Our WiFi solution, which required no additional infrastructure, was a great and affordable way for OSU to add more access to the campus. We're also learning a lot about the importance of sustainability, energy efficiency and aesthetics in campus environments. I’ll be honest with you. The aesthetic appeal of doors, frames and hardware in campus environments hasn’t historically been a huge consideration. But that’s really changing, particularly when it comes to assembly spaces, student unions and student housing. With colleges and universities competing fiercely for the next class of freshmen, the appearance of the campus environment can afford a

very real competitive advantage. To the extent that the budget isn’t sacrificed, that is. So administrators are interested in our decorative wood and hollow metal doors and frames. And our decorative lever program… how many different ones do you have right now? 48?! Wow... anyway, it’s meeting a need. The levers look great, they hold up in a campus environment, and they can be ordered on the ASSA ABLOY EAC solutions at no additional cost. E. Great stuff, Ang. I’m an Ohio State Buckeye, did you know that? A. How could I not?! You and Jim Primovic (ASSA ABLOY Regional EAC Campus Manager) are proud Buckeyes, and Terri Sopko (Persona Project Manager and EAC Campus Manager) is another proud Ohioan! E. You’re a Merrimack Warrior, right? A. I sure am. Small school in North Andover, Massachusetts, only about 2,200 students. I really did like it there.


The appearance of the campus environment can afford a very real competitive advantage.

“… parents entrust the campus administrators to keep their kids safe, and to provide an exceptional learning environment.” Angelo Faenza

E. So hypothetically, if your Merrimack Warriors met my Ohio State Buckeyes on the line of scrimmage, do you think they’d beat the Bucks? A. I think your Buckeye freshman team would humiliate my Warrior senior team. The year I graduated was the first year we went Division One in Hockey. E. So back to PERSONA Campus Solutions. Life safety and security are arguably jobs one and two for access control systems on college campuses. Ease of installation and maintenance must matter, too. But if I understand the real benefit of PERSONA, it’s that it offers those things and integrates seamlessly with all of the other attributes of an existing campus card key system. Fair statement? A. Yes. Fair statement, Sandy. A campus security solution comprises three things: security software; locks to run off the security software; and, a credential. PERSONA security software utilizes CORBIN RUSSWIN, SARGENT and VingCard locking devices, with virtually any

credential, and can operate on off-line, WiFi, Power over Ethernet (PoE), or traditional hard-powered technology. A campus can mix and match technologies as needed, and as they grow. E. Very, very cool. So, break it down for me, Ang. If I’m the Housing Director on a college campus, how does the PERSONA Campus Solution come together for me? A. As the Campus Housing Director, you’re probably running some form of housing data software. You need to protect and secure your tenants, and manage data flow. PERSONA access control software has been designed to literally plug into your existing campus workflow and to blend into your established operating environment. Seamless integration, no learning curve. E. Got it. If I was a Campus Housing Director, I’d use PERSONA for access control, and I’d give you a sweatshirt. Anything else we should talk about?

Lender School of Business Center, Quinnipiac University. A. I think we should talk more about combining great aesthetics with great EAC locking solutions! I can’t thank you enough for leading the charge and keeping ASSA ABLOY on the cutting edge of Good Design, Sandy!

If you want to chat with Angelo Faenza about access control solutions for campuses or universities, you can call him at 203.603.5940, or you can reach him by email at Angelo.Faenza@assaabloy.com

E. It takes a village, Ang. Thanks for all you’re doing out there. Safe travels. And GO, BUCKS! A. GO, WARRIORS!

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Our campus is growing. We found an access control solution that can grow with us. – Quinnipiac University, CT

L eft to Right: Gina Frank – Associate Dean of Student Affairs John Meriano – Associate Vice President for Administrative Services Keith Woodward – Director of Facilities Jon Terry – Assistant Director of Facilities Janice Wachtarz – Associate Vice President for Information Services John Twining – Director of Emergency Management Sandip Patel – Financial Systems Specialist

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SARGENT locks powered by PERSONA campus software gave Quinnipiac University the ability to replace mechanical key locks with an integrated key card solution, as well as expand their existing card-based access control system to all main-campus and off-campus buildings. The solution had every feature the university’s facilities team required: • Easy installation and management • Full audit capabilities • A one-card solution utilizing ID credentials • Seamless integration with third-party databases • Choice of WiFi, Power over Ethernet and Offline • Flexibility to interface with a wide variety of enterprise access control software systems Read more about the Quinnipiac solution and other campus case studies featuring SARGENT and CORBIN RUSSWIN at www.personacampus.com.

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UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA ANCHORAGE UPGRADES CAMPUS SAFETY with SARGENT WiFi Locks and PERSONA Campus Software

WiFi Locks

Faced with an aging housing access control system, the University of Alaska Anchorage was in need of a reliable system capable of integrating with its existing residential operations management software. The University, which houses about 1,000 students, turned to SARGENT, an ASSA ABLOY Group brand, for a campus-wide housing access control system.

and required a PDA to download and update information,” explained Jody Inman, Associate Director and Operations Manager of Housing Services at University of Alaska Anchorage. “The PERSONA software integrated nicely with our existing housing system, so we can now push that information directly to the software and update access permissions wirelessly.”

The university selected SARGENT Passport 1000 P2 WiFi locks, along with the ASSA ABLOY PERSONA Campus Software for use throughout the campus’ residential buildings. The P2 locks control user access locally and communicate with the access control system via the school’s IEEE 802.11 WiFi network, allowing administrators and campus safety officials to update user access lists and review access event logs wirelessly.

Because the PERSONA software integrates easily with existing ID Cards, the new system allows the University to use its student ID cards as key cards for access to buildings and dorm rooms. The campus’ new Passport 1000 P2 locks are programmed to require dual credentials. Students must slide their ID card and enter a fourdigit pin to enter their room, a considerable student safety upgrade where lost or stolen cards cannot solely be used to gain access.

“We needed something that could integrate with our housing management system and eliminate the need to update access permissions on each lock. Our previous system used stand-alone locks that were failing

“The PERSONA Software allows campus police and administrators to research a student anywhere in the housing system because information

is easily accessible through the software,” explained Inman. Integration of the new system required ensuring that the necessary WiFi infrastructure was in place. However, according to Inman, once the network was in place and the signal strength was great enough, the install was completed entirely over the 2012 Christmas break. “We met weekly to get all the state and local university IT people on board with the system. Because it is a wireless system there were certain security measures that needed to be taken to make sure the proper firewalls were in place,” commented Inman. Summarizing the benefits of the new system, Inman said “The capability to integrate PERSONA with our existing housing management system and ability to push that information to the SARGENT WiFi locks really made it the most logical choice for our campus. It’s truly a win-win for us because housing services is more efficient and the students are safer.”

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EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES B I M I N C O N S T R U C T I O N A N D FAC I L I T I E S By Thomas Lewis, AHC, CDC, FDAI, LEED AP, CM-BIM Vice President of Architectural Development and BIM Technologies at ASSA ABLOY

BIM. Good Grief.

Visualization, information, and collaboration bring greater clarity and efficiency to IPD.

As a comparison, go back a few years to when the "Green and Sustainability" Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, movement first began. You may and Acceptance. You may recognize recall acceptance of this emerging these terms as the "5 Phases" of a trend was tempered with a healthy grieving process, but they could easily dose of skepticism by both describe the phases one goes through manufacturers and distribution. before adopting any new or emerging Today, sustainable products and innovation or technology. Do any practices are commonly reflected of the following sound familiar in building codes and increasingly regarding your perception of demanded by owners to be included Building Information Modeling (BIM)? in standards and facilities. • BIM is not used on projects in my market. • There are no requirements for BIM in my contract or scope of work. • I don't like the transparency with BIM. Mystery can be profitable. • BIM means more work with no guarantee of an order. • I can remove BIM requirements from my contract. • How will I afford the investment in new technology and skill sets? • BIM will be the death of distribution. Contractors will buy direct. • BIM can add value to my process. • BIM is an opportunity to increase business. Some may find acceptance elusive and many distributors are wondering just how and where they will bring value to BIM design and construction.

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It’s not just BIM. There are a number of emerging and interrelated trends bringing significant changes to the AEC industry. Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is a relatively new construction delivery method that fosters a shared risk/reward alliance among owners, designers, builders, and suppliers. Sustainable construction now encompasses standards related to high performance building design (energy efficiency) and environmental and heath product declaration documents. Maybe the most impactful change will be the shift toward lean construction practices and the renewed interest in modularization, prefabrication and pre-installed hardware openings as cost saving alternatives. Arguably, BIM is the fuel behind the accelerated growth of these worldwide construction trends.

Visualization, information, and collaboration bring greater clarity and efficiency to IPD, high performance benchmarking, and lean methodology and waste reducing practices. BIM is not just for architects. The concept behind BIM is not new and 3D modeling goes back 30 years or more. Building Information Modeling as a design term gained popularity in the mid-2000 decade coinciding with advancements in 3D technology and computer processing. Today nearly 70 percent of design and engineering practices are using some form of BIM design software. Equally impressive is majority of top national and regional contractors utilizing Virtual Design Construction (VDC) as their preferred project delivery method. Owner and end users are part of the process too. The demand for information and BIM "deliverables" on new construction projects is being exhibited in the bidder qualification criteria and guidelines published by government agencies, universities, healthcare organizations, corporate campuses, and even K-12 school districts. Contract language similar to below clearly demonstrates an owner's desire for product data to be housed, updated, and exportable


from BIM files for use in their facility management. "It is the intention of the university to use BIM for facility management upon occupancy. Information that matures during the construction process is to be captured in the appropriate BIMs throughout the construction phase. Upon substantial completion BIM files shall be submitted to the university design and facilities department." So take a close look at those project bid documents. You may be surprised to find you're legally bound under a "BIM Execution Plan" or "Building Information Modeling Protocol Form" with subcontractor requirements to provide and update data to the BIM.

BIM is not software. The term "BIM" actually refers to files containing digital representations of the physical and functional characteristics of a facility. Structural, MEP, and architectural trades can all be represented in the BIM and the combined files can be very large. Within BIM are "objects" basically repositories holding detailed information about a product and the 2D/3D geometry used for visualization. Door and frame openings are one example of a BIM object. For distribution purposes, BIM can be best described as a collaborative process whereby intelligent 3D objects are used to communicate product and project data and decision making. Product information is meant to be shared across the "Building Lifecycle Process" from design and specification on to procurement, construction and installation, facility management, and finishing with disposal and aftermarket replacement. Architects, Contractors, Suppliers, and End Users all contribute and benefit from the flow of information. On the other hand, software is the enabling tool used to facilitate the BIM process. There are numerous varieties of BIM software applications

developed to meet the specific needs of an architect, contractor, or facility manger. Autodesk Revit® is one example of a 3D BIM authoring software tool. Other major BIM platforms used worldwide include Graphisoft ArchiCAD® and Bentley MicroStation®. Historically speaking, Revit® has taken roughly half the amount of time as AutoCAD® to become the leading BIM program used in practice by both architects and contractors in North America. Interestingly, Contractors have embraced BIM software and tools faster than any other group in the industry, including architects. Some of the BIM applications used in construction process include Autodesk Navisworks®, Vico®, BIM 360 Field®, dRofus®, Solibri®, Synchro®, and Assemble Systems®. Further downstream, facility managers are using programs such as FM Systems®, NETFacilities®, ARCHIBUS®, and EcoDomus FM® to improve asset tracking and support building operations and product life cycle maintenance and replacement.

documentation phases. Content refers to many types of product information including: quantities and sizes, construction materials, manufacturer names and descriptions, types and profiles, technical attributes, finishes, sustainability data, installation instructions, and the list goes on and on. URL link-outs to supplier contact information are even a possibility. On the other end of the information flow are the content consumers. These are the contractors and end users who want to leverage the information as a means to improve construction efficiency, reduce waste, and better manage installed products after occupancy. Distributors, and subcontractors, are right in the middle. As consumers, they need to extract data from BIM files to streamline estimating and bid proposals. They can also be creators when performing the role of specification writer for an architect or contractor, or by updating the BIM with their "as-supplied" project and product details.

The concept behind BIM is not new and 3D modeling goes back 30 years or more.

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Regardless of where and how BIM software programs are developed and used, they all have one critical requirement - Information.

Show me the Information! When most of us hear the acronym BIM, we think of 3D modeling and visualization. While digital representations of door and hardware applications offer an enhancement over conventional 2D drawings, modeling is only one part of the complete picture. In reality, exchanging information through a model is the more important benefit BIM brings to the entire building life cycle process. In a BIM environment, there are both "creators' and "consumers" of information content. Creators add product data into the model for the consumers to extract and use in applications. The creators can be architects and specification writers working in the project planning, design, and contract

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Cutting edge BIM software tools are being used for 3D door and hardware specifications, estimating, scheduling, and project management. {continued from page 13}

Old Things. New Ways. In a digital world it's all about being fast, accurate, seamless, and mobile. The modern construction trailer is more likely to be outfitted with big screen monitors and laptops versus plan racks and drawing tables. Most project sites are now outfitted with hot-spots connecting to portable kiosks and hand held tablets. Virtual design, or the ability to "see before you build", is used to identify and correct constructability errors before they materialize at the jobsite. The accuracy of the data and details inside of models is allowing suppliers to prefabricate off-site and avoid in-the-field assembly and modifications. Information from the BIM feeds the construction applications used for site planning and analysis, material take-offs, resource allocation, scheduling and phasing, spatial coordination, material tracking, and field communication. RFIs, deliveries, installation, and punch-out issues are tracked and updated via hand held devices and uploaded to the cloud. It's an interconnected world built around information exchange and collaboration. BIM is delivering a positive ROI. In a recent survey, major construction firms were asked to identify some of the challenges they commonly face when working with material subcontractors. Their top responses below are in many ways directly attributable to the accurate and timely flow of information. 1. Change Management. 2. Material Tracking. 3. Installation. 4. Quality Control. 5. Communication (Access to Information).

Of course, these issues have been of concern to contractors long before BIM. However, the "new way" to seamlessly exchange data and information through objects and files is dramatically changing workflow processes. Change management, material costing and tracking, resource allocation, field verification and documentation are all moving away from the old ways of doing business. Try as they might, distributors will not be able to hide or remain removed from this industry movement.

Change is the only Constant. Construction is a very inefficient and wasteful business. Up to 40% of project cost can be attributed to construction waste. Traditional 2D document based workflow used for years in the door and hardware industry contributes to the inefficiency. Specifications, estimates, schedules, and submittals that are reliant upon disconnected text documents, spreadsheets, and technical drawings are inherent with errors and inaccuracies. A different approach has been needed for some time. Change has come in the form of integrated 3D, 4D (time), 5D (costing), 6D (product life-cycle management) systems and tools. Divisions 08 (Openings) and 28 (Access Control Systems) suppliers need to look no further than fellow structural and MEP trades to see where their BIM journey is leading. Eventually evolving building codes, owner protocols, and government mandates will follow in support of BIM delivery methods. BIM is becoming the next version of a Green and sustainability movement.

Today, door and hardware objects are already available to download from a variety of internet sites and vendors. Sophisticated software applications are being used by architects and contractors to create, visualize, and modify 3D door and hardware openings and embedded manufacturer product data into the models. BIM generated files are being exported for use in estimating, scheduling, and project management and virtual "door libraries" are replacing paper based owner specification and construction guidelines. The manner in which distributors are able harness and deliver information being created and consumed in a BIM environment will define their value-add for future business. Those unable or unwilling to move forward with acceptance may indeed find themselves left behind as the innovative leaders transform the industry for the next generation of distribution.

If you want to chat with Tom Lewis about the ASSA ABLOY Innovative Opening Solutions for BIM, you can call him at 816.223.6030,or you can reach him by email at Thomas.Lewis@assaabloy.com

Reprinted with permission from the September 2015 issue of Doors & Hardware magazine. Copyright 2015 by the Door and Hardware Institute. All rights reserved.

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SUSTAINABILITY & ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Living Building Challenge and Architecture 2030 are driving net positive building in the marketplace.

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Our Editor talked with Aaron Smith, LEED AP BD+C, Director – Sustainable Solutions for ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. The following was excerpted from their conversation. E. Hey, Aaron! The Living Building Challenge certification program promotes the most advanced measurement of sustainability in the built environment. BEAUTY is one of the LBC’s designated building performance criteria. (The others are Site, Water, Energy, Health, Materials and Equity.) The Imperative is to design buildings that embody Beauty and Spirit, and are sources of Inspiration and Education. For all of the “eye rollers” out there, can you explain why the International Living Future Institute put BEAUTY on the list?

A. The Living Building Challenge program from the International Living Future Institute is the world’s most challenging sustainability program for buildings. This program was developed by the Cascadia Green Building Council out of Seattle, Portland and Vancouver. They were interested in pushing the bar far beyond the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program and set out to achieve beyond net zero, to net positive energy use, net positive water use, and zero hazardous materials use on site. In addition to

meeting these energy, water and materials goals, they deemed that a Living Building should provide beauty and inspiration, invoking a biophilic (being part of nature) response from occupants, creating a connection with nature that enhances the experience of people working, living, learning and playing in these beautiful cutting edge buildings. E. (High five!) You’ve gotta’ love that. Let’s talk about Net Zero Energy Efficiency and Electronic Access Control (EAC) locking solutions. It’d sure be nice to have both. Are the two mutually exclusive?


A. Well, a Net Zero building is one that harnesses enough energy from the sun, the wind or the earth to exceed its net annual energy demand. Living Building Challenge and Architecture 2030 are driving Net Zero building in the marketplace. And federal, state and local governments are setting targets for Net Zero construction. I really believe that in the Net Zero buildings of the future, every part of the building associated with energy efficiency will become extremely important. That will certainly include energy efficient door, frame and hardware solutions. ASSA ABLOY hollow metal, exterior door opening solutions are the best performing on the market. They dramatically reduce thermal and air leakage at exterior door openings and improve the energy efficiency and performance of the building envelope. We’re learning that phantom load energy draw in a building can constitute significant energy use. So Electronic Access Control (EAC) products, if not specified correctly for high performance buildings, can be a big phantom load energy draw problem. The ASSA ABLOY design and engineering team looked at what EAC products should perform like in future Net Zero energy buildings, and developed IP addressable products like WiFi and Power over Ethernet (PoE) locks that operate off-the-grid or use extremely low power compared to traditional access control systems. I think these types of systems will become the norm in high performance Net Zero energy buildings – and they will continue to get more and more efficient over time! E. You serve on the Board of Directors for the Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPDC). GO, YOU! What’s the mission? What are you hoping to accomplish? A. THANKS! Yes, I’m very honored to hold the manufacturer’s board position on the HPDC. This

organization was started by a group of architects, designers and end users to achieve radical transparency in the building products industry. Human health of building occupants, and the products specified by designers, are becoming more and more important, and in fact, are a prerequisite in green buildings today. The HPDC created the Health Product Declaration. It allows manufacturers to detail a complete list of ingredients in their products and any known health impacts associated with those ingredients. Think of it like a nutrition label on the side of a cereal box that allows a designer to choose the healthiest products available in the marketplace. By participating in this rigorous process and responding to this huge change in the marketplace, ASSA ABLOY can offer the healthiest life safety and security solutions possible.

air and thermal leakage readings on the opening before replacing the old door and frame with the Trio-E solution. They repeated the test after the new door was installed. The results were incredible and a grant was used to purchase an additional 20 doors for the campus. E. That’s fantastic, Aaron. If Wolf Ridge needs another “chaperone,” you let me know, ok? You’ve also been working with the ASSA ABLOY Door Opening Consultants to “Green” the Division 8 (and 28) specifications of some of the leading architectural practices across the country. How’s that going?

A. Our Door Opening Consultants have historically provided specifications and consulting services for safe, secure, convenient and aesthetically pleasing door opening solutions. But we know that those door opening solutions can and should be sustainable and energy efficient, too. So E. You also served on the Board we’re working with architects, end of Trustees of the Wolf Ridge users and distribution partners to Environmental Learning Center in “green” their specifications to meet Finland, MN. Wolf Ridge was the LEED and green codes, to provide for first environmental learning center energy and air leakage requirements, in the nation to be accredited as acoustical control, VOC off-gassing a K-12 school and is recognized requirements and sustainable sourcing. nationally and internationally as a All of our Door Opening Consultants leader in environmental education. are either LEED Green or LEED AP Very, very cool, Aaron. The school certified, or are in the process of got some new doors recently… attaining those certifications. They can you tell me about that? walk the talk. And they’re doing A. My kids attended Wolf Ridge when a great job presenting our AIA and they were in 5th grade. I went along GBCI-accredited continuing education as a chaperone and immediately fell in programs on these topics. love with the place and its mission of getting kids outdoors through ex- E. Thanks, Aaron. And thanks so periential learning. I wanted to help much for championing the solar Wolf Ridge, and was asked to serve on farm at ASSA ABLOY's manufacturtheir Board of Trustees. While touring ing facility in Berlin, Connecticut. campus, we noted one particular It's really something. door that was really in tough shape. A. Isn't it?! Those solar panels will So I reached out to Stacey Callahan, generate between 25% and 30% of the VP of Marketing and Innovation for energy required to power that site. the ASSA ABLOY Door and Perimeter Security Group, and asked if we could E. WOOOW! You also had a hand help Wolf Ridge replace the door. in the charging stations in the She approved a “try-me” sample of employee parking lot, didn't you? Ceco’s Trio-E Door. Curries provided Well done, my Friend. Anything a thermally broken hollow metal you can do to get me a Tesla X? frame, and Pemko sent a thermally broken threshold. Wolf Ridge took

Door opening solutions can and should be sustainable and energy efficient, too. If you want to chat with Aaron Smith about sustainable and energy efficient door opening solutions, you can call him at 203.498.5605, or you can reach him by email at Aaron.Smith@assaabloy.com

" … creating a connection with nature that enhances the experience of people working, living, learning and playing in these beautiful cutting-edge buildings." Aaron Smith

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LEED V4 PROMOTES A WHOLE-BUILDING A P P R OA C H TO S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y

The Kohler Environmental Center (KEC), Choate Rosemary Hall

The building interior offers plenty of opportunities to lower energy consumption.

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has implemented the newest version of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED version 4). This newest version of LEED is a complete update from LEED 2009 and features a host of new requirements that impact our industry. As sustainability continues to grow in importance, building and security system designers will become more in need of solutions to meet these increasingly stringent construction guidelines. Generally, these sustainable building rating systems, including LEED v4, promote a wholebuilding approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in key areas of environmental and human health: sustainable sites, water efficiency, materials and resources, indoor environmental quality, and energy and atmosphere. These guidelines can be addressed by using high-performance doors, hardware and electronic access control (EAC) systems that impact materials and resources, indoor environmental quality, and energy and atmosphere considerations when designing a green building.

Energy & Atmosphere Under the Energy & Atmosphere section, LEED v4 now references the energy guidelines for exterior doors in ASHRAE 90.1-2010. This new version is 18% more stringent than the previous version. U factors for exterior door opening solutions will remain at .7 for climate zones 1-6 and .5 for climate zones 7-8. Allowable operable air infiltration drops the most significantly from .4 cfm/sf2 to .2 cfm/sf2 under operable test conditions. LEED v4 uses ASHRAE 90.1-2010 as a starting point, and asks designers to achieve 10%-48% additional savings beyond this guideline. Additionally, National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) or AAMA/WDMA testing will be required and door openings will need labeling, like windows do today. Finally, building envelope commissioning of exterior thermal envelope components, including doors will be included. Energy efficient door opening products like insulated doors and kerf/thermally broken frames all fitted with thresholds and gasketing can help meet these more stringent requirements.

Sealing the building envelope makes sense. It lowers facility heating/air conditioning costs and reduces energy consumption. Since buildings account for roughly 40% of global energy consumption, this one sustainability action can make a big dent in energy demand.

Speaking of Energy Consumption The building interior offers plenty of opportunities to lower energy consumption by using high performance appliances. Just as LED technology is revolutionizing lighting, Power over Ethernet (PoE) locks are drastically reducing the energy consumption of electronic access control systems. PoE locks require little electricity and are powered by the same data cables that connect to phones, computers and other devices. Leveraging the existing IP network infrastructure eliminates the need for separate electrical and data wiring, thus streamlining the installation process, reducing costs and components and minimizing power consumption. This also spreads intelligence and security decision making to the lock,

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Sustainable buildings provide safety, security, health and productivity for the people who live and work in and around them.

{continued from page 18} creating a safer and more energy efficient building. PoE cameras and telephones are already commonplace in buildings. Access control systems will be next. Many facilities still incorporate traditional EAC systems. These platforms typically include several different components in and around the door, including a door position switch, electrified strike, card reader, and lock. These components are all connected to an access control panel and require a low voltage power supply. Many of these products use a significant amount of power while in standby mode and require additional infrastructure and power to operate. Today, thanks to the development of PoE devices, performance of an EAC system can be significantly improved by consolidating all of these disparate components into one integrated lockset which uses existing networking cable for both power and data to connect with the access control panel. When the total Life Cycle Analysis of a PoE system is considered, the result is less energy and material used during manufacturing, shipping, installation and use. PoE locks are particularly energy efficient compared to other electronic access control (EAC) locking solutions, offering the

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lowest power consumption at only 2.85 watts per lock, which is 50% less than typical EAC devices. Facilities that require a wireless solution can also re-use existing infrastructure by leveraging their current 802.11b/g WiFi network. WiFi access control solutions offer the same reduction of components as PoE solutions but do require batteries as a power source. The use of standard AA batteries allows facilities to make use of widely available recycling programs, while long battery life reduces the number of batteries used during the life of the product. When the total Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of WiFi and PoE systems is considered, the result is less material used during construction which helps the bottom line while also lessening the impact of manufacturing, shipping and installation processes. A security system provider can make sustainability requirements work in their favor by comparing the cost savings an end user can achieve by installing newer access control technologies versus a traditional “around-the-door” installation. These newer technologies can produce an annual cost savings of $18 per door and in a 100 reader system that translates to a savings of $1,800 per year for the end user.

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Reducing Power Consumption with Actuators But traditional electronic locking products are not going away. In fact, some are being updated to lessen their energy draw. Mortise locks, for example, are now being equipped with actuator motors instead of solenoids. In a traditional solenoid lock, an energy hungry coil pushes a metal plunger to lock or unlock the door. About 6W of power is continuously consumed to hold the lock in the energized state. When power to the solenoid is removed, a mechanical spring drives the locking mechanism in the opposite direction. By comparison, an actuator motor temporarily stores electrical energy in a capacitor and then drives the locking mechanism with a motor to lock or unlock the door. When power is removed, the capacitor is immediately discharged to drive the motor in the opposite direction. In addition, the actuator eliminates thermal breakdown, the primary cause of solenoid failure. The actuator does not produce heat and also significantly reduces the electrical load on a physical access control system, is less sensitive to extended wire runs or the gauge of the wire, and operates across a wider voltage range. These technological improvements are drastically increasing the energy efficiency of access control products, making them a perfect fit under the new LEED v4 guidelines.

Materials & Resources The Materials & Resources section of LEED v4 sees the most significant changes. Following is an overview of this updated section: • Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) Building products having EPDs will help designers earn LEED points. This is to encourage the use of products and materials for which life-cycle information is available and that have environmentally, economically,

and socially preferable life-cycle impacts and to reward project teams for selecting products from manufacturers who have verified improved environmental lifecycle impacts. • Extended producer responsibility Products purchased from a manufacturer (producer) that participates in an extended producer responsibility program or is directly responsible for taking back products at their end of life. Building product manufacturers having return programs in place will gain preference. • Raw Materials Source & Extraction Reporting This credit emphasizes the transparency of extraction practices through third-party reporting for bio-based, mined, quarried and other extracted materials. Building product manufactures will need to look at reporting raw material supplier locations, have a commitment to long-term ecological land use as well as reducing environmental harms from extraction and/or manufacturing processes. • Material Ingredient Reporting This new credit was developed to reward project teams for selecting building products for which the chemical ingredients in the product are inventoried using an accepted methodology and for selecting products verified to minimize the use and generation of harmful substances. This will

require manufacturers to publish complete content inventory of their products by CAS number down to .1%. Think of the side of a cereal box today. There is one addition in the Indoor Environmental Quality section of LEED v4 that will impact door openings. • Acoustic Performance This credit seeks to provide workspaces and classrooms that promote occupants well-being, productivity, and communications through effective acoustical design. This new credit calls for specific Sound Transmission Class (STC) ratings for many room adjacency types. Environmental Product Declarations, product end-of-life recycling programs, materials ingredients reporting, enhanced thermal performance, lower energy consumption and better sound attenuation are just a few examples of sustainability issues that can be addressed with door openings. Sustainability is a megatrend that will continue growing with each update to green building rating systems and as governments implement increasingly challenging requirements. Sustainable buildings provide safety, security, health and productivity for the people who live and work in and around them. Door openings can help facilities meet these increasingly stringent green building construction guidelines.


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G OO D D E SI G N: I T' S ACADEMIC

Our Editor talked with Ron Baer, Director of Business Development/K-12 and with Jeremy Saline, Director of Business Development/University, both with ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. The following was excerpted from their conversation. E: Hey, Guys! Let’s talk a bit about Good Design in K-12 and Higher Ed environments. As a nation, we’ve responded to tragic events on school and university campuses with physical security enhancements that allow us to better protect students, faculty and facilities. We’re building “resilient” structures with storm shelters to mitigate the loss of life and property caused by hurricanes and tornadoes. What else is top-of-mind for School and University administrators and faculty, and for their design and construction teams?

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R: Indeed. K-12 door and hardware solutions that secure perimeters, provide emergency egress and lockdown capabilities, and offer blast/ballistic and hurricane/tornado resilience are among our highest priorities, Sandy. J: Absolutely. And in dynamic University environments, our goal is to provide students and faculty with both the access and the protection they need, no matter the function of the space.

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E: Tell me more, my Friend. J: Well, the security and access control required for a residence hall will probably differ from that required for a chemical laboratory, right? The same people might require access, but attributes for securing the door openings will vary. E: Right. One size doesn’t fit all. J: Exactly! So we work with our Universities to deploy a variety of appropriate access control solutions to meet their specific security needs

Modern campuses with beautiful facilities have a very favorable impact on enrollment.


"… unique life safety and security solutions are deployed based on the type of school, the design of a school and classrooms, and the nature of the functional space involved." Ron Baer St. Charles Community College and budgets. We call it “Scalable Security,” and in a single campus environment, it can include everything from a mechanical cylinder, to an integrated Wiegand access control device. It can involve multiple credentials with or without audit capabilities, and can require that we leverage existing network infrastructures to integrate technologies. R. And in K-12 schools, unique life safety and security solutions are deployed based on the type of school, the design of a school and classrooms, and the nature of the functional space involved. So, for example, perimeter and access control solutions for an auditorium in an Elementary School with open/ pod classrooms, would look very different than the perimeter and access control solutions deployed for a library in a High School on a campus. It all starts with an exploratory discussion and a detailed site assessment. Make sense? E: Totally. Boy, you guys are good. What else have you got? R: Well, acoustically controlled door opening solutions are top-ofmind for band or choir rooms, and for libraries, classrooms and conference areas…

J: …and there’s been A LOT of interest from our schools and their design and construction professionals, in the use of building products with recycled and sustainably sourced materials that contribute to energy efficiency, healthy air quality, and have superior aesthetic attributes. E: “Superior aesthetic attributes!” Now we’re talking my language. It’s my understanding that the same evidence-based design principles that are dramatically improving patient outcomes in healthcare facilities, are increasingly influencing school design and improving academic performance. Do you guys agree? R: You bet, Sandy. The physical characteristics of academic environments are credited with improved student attendance, reduced behavior and disciplinary problems, and lower faculty attrition. Aesthetics make a difference. J: And I don’t think you can underestimate the impact of aesthetics on University enrollment. Universities compete for enrollment. Modern campuses with beautiful facilities have a very favorable impact on enrollment…and vice versa. Take residence halls, for example. When

we went to college, dorm rooms were reminiscent of shoeboxes, without the charm. E: (Laughs) That’s why I joined a sorority! I couldn’t get out of that dormitory fast enough! J: (Laughs) Well, you probably wouldn’t have that problem today. Student accommodations are modern, comfortable, quiet, and secure. Our decorative door and hardware solutions are durable, sustainable, beautiful, and absolutely ideal for residence halls and other University spaces. E: Well said! And a great place to wrap our interview. Thanks so much for all you do, guys. I wish every parent, student, educator and school administrator could witness, first-hand, your passion, dedication and commitment. You’re really making a difference out there.

ASSA ABLOY Education Solutions Mobile Showroom If you want to chat with Ron Baer about door and hardware solutions for K-12 environments, you can call him at 951.233.3722 or you can reach him by email at Ron.Baer@assaabloy.com If you want to chat with Jeremy Saline about door and hardware solutions for University environments, you can call him at 330.324.2216 or you can reach him by email at Jeremy.Saline@assaabloy.com

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT CLASSROOM LOCKS: THE DIFFERENCES IN LOCK FUNCTIONALITY While there are many types of locks and lock functions available for use on classrooms, each has its own set of benefits and challenges.

School security has never been more in the spotlight. Recent events have highlighted how essential door locks and hardware are to ensuring the safety of students, teachers and staff at K-12 schools and universities. While there are many types of locks and lock functions available for use on classrooms, each has its own set of benefits and challenges. In addition, security requirements vary from school to school, and opening to opening.

So how do you choose? Those who aren’t security professionals may struggle to understand the nuances of lock types and their appropriateness for their specific classroom environments. To help, let’s first take a look at the different types of functionality available. In hardware speak, the way a lock “behaves” or how a door is operated by a user is called the lock’s function. Most lock functions have been standardized by the American

National Standards Institute (ANSI) to make them easier to understand and compare. All manufacturer’s door hardware, including exit devices and bored and mortise locks, offer at least some of these standardized functions. In addition, hardware manufacturers produce “custom” functions that are built on ANSI standard functions and provide different features for specific applications. The standards that govern lock functionality are ANSI/BHMA A156.2 (bored) and ANSI/BHMA A156.13 (mortise). These two standards detail every function by number and include a description of operation. While bored locks and mortise locks both offer some of the same functions, there are minor differences in their operation due to the lock type.

Classroom Function

Mechanical locks have traditionally been the norm in classrooms and there are a number of “typical” functions used to secure doors. The function selected is unique to the security needs of the opening and fits within the overall needs of the facility. No one function is right for every classroom in every school.

Classroom Security Function

Historically, classrooms used the classroom function (ANSI mortise F05/bored F84). In this function, the door is lockable only by key from the outside (hallway). Typically, a staff member unlocks the door in the morning and puts the lockset into “passage mode.” The advantages of this function are that during the school day, students and staff have easy access to the classroom (unlocked) and there is no chance of accidentally locking the door. However, in the event of a lockdown the teacher or one of the staff has to go into the hallway to lock the door, putting himself or herself at risk and using valuable seconds to lock the door. In addition, the key holder must be present to lock the door.

A classroom security function (ANSI mortise F09/bored F88) allows the door to be locked by key on the inside, removing the risk of a teacher having to enter the hallway to lock the door. This presents a different challenge – if the exterior lever is locked (by the interior

cylinder) during the school day, it could create interruptions in the class as the teacher would need to let students into the room. Also, as with the classroom function described above, the key holder must be present to lock the door.

Office Function An office function (ANSI bored F109) lock has a turn button on the inside that locks and unlocks the outside lever. A key in the outside lever retracts the latch but does not unlock the lever. The benefit of this function is that anyone can lock the door from the inside. In the event of an emergency, if a teacher or keyholder is not present, anyone within the classroom can lock the door from the inside to remain safe. However, this also means that a student can lock the door as a prank and keep people out. Schools must also weigh the benefits of this function with the understanding that a student (or intruder) could theoretically force others into a room and lock the door. Another concern with this function is the way the turn button operates. (continued on page 26)

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On the surface, a school’s mission seems quite clear – to teach, to nurture, to educate. But just as important is a safe and secure environment. Used with stand-alone access control locks, the RF fob with remote panic button quickly locks the door from almost anywhere inside the classroom. This solution enables easy everyday access to classrooms, and provides extra assurance in the event of an emergency. ASSA ABLOY K-12 Security Specialists are available to conduct a free assessment of your school’s security. Visit www.assaabloydss.com/K12 to learn more.

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{continued from page 24} Turn buttons secure the door in two ways. By depressing the button, the outside lever is locked until the inside lever is rotated. If the turn button is depressed AND turned, the outside lever remains locked even after the inside lever is rotated. If a student panics and runs out of a classroom during a lockdown event and the turn button was depressed but not turned, the door would then be unlocked.

A door that is locked by key from the outside can only be unlocked by using a key from the outside as well. This type of lock can help prevent lockouts, but as with the office function (F109) lock, a panicked student running from a classroom will unlock the door.

Storeroom Function On a storeroom function (ANSI mortise F07/bored F86) the

interrupted. The local AHJ should be consulted if considering this function to ensure it meets local fire and emergency egress codes.

Classroom Security Intruder Function The classroom security intruder (ANSI mortise F32, F33, F34) functions are available for mortise locks. They operate like the classroom security function previously mentioned but in the case of the F33 and F34 functions, also have the added strength of a deadbolt. Again, in the case of a lockdown, the staff can use their key on the inside of the room without having to go into the hallway and expose themselves to potential harm. This prevents students from locking the door from the inside with a turn or pushbutton. A consideration with these functions is that only a teacher or other staff member with an issued key will be able to secure a classroom. In addition, some manufacturers’ classroom intruder functions offer an optional visual confirmation of the lock status: secure or unsecure. This indicator prevents teachers from asking “Did I turn the key the right way to lock the door?” and allows for a quick response in a crisis.

How Keying Affects Security

Corridor/Dormitory Function Locks with a corridor/dormitory function (ANSI bored F90) will lock or unlock a door using either the key on the outside or a pushbutton on the inside. Depressing the inside pushbutton locks the door, which can then be unlocked by simply rotating the inside lever or by closing the door when exiting the room.

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outside lever is always locked. There is no question about whether a door is locked or not; if the door is closed, it is locked. This eliminates human error during an emergency. The disadvantage here is that teachers need to carry their classroom key with them at all times to access the classroom and every time someone wants to enter the classroom when the door is closed the teacher will be

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Many of the functions being selected for today’s schools have a cylinder on the inside AND a cylinder on the outside of the lock. How cylinders are keyed (i.e. can the inside key unlock the outside lever?) can also provide another level of security and convenience for faculty and staff. How teachers move between rooms during the day and the level of security required by the school determines whether the inside cylinders and outside cylinders are keyed alike or different. Within K-6 elementary school, most teachers are assigned one classroom. In these situations, a teacher could be issued one key that operates both the

interior and exterior cylinders for his or her classroom. It is also a common practice to key elementary school classrooms alike thereby allowing a teacher to lock any classroom with the same key. In the event of an emergency, this could be beneficial because teachers could enter the nearest classroom and secure it rather than having to travel to their assigned room. In some cases, a custodian or staff member unlocks all classrooms at the beginning of the day and locks them at the end of the day. In this scenario interior and exterior cylinders would be keyed differently and teachers would only have an interior classroom key. This would prevent entry by an intruder into a locked room by taking a key from a teacher. If a master key and key control system are in use, there should be clear key control policies. Those responsible should know where all of your keys are and the implementation of procedures to prevent unauthorized distribution are essential. Any gray areas in the system must be addressed immediately.

Making the Grade: How Locks are Graded and Why It Matters Just as schools grade their students, locks are evaluated and given a grade. The Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) is the only organization accredited by ANSI to develop and maintain performance standards for architectural hardware. To achieve a specific grade qualification, performance requirements for cycle tests, strength tests, operational tests and security tests must be achieved. There are three grade levels: Grades 1, 2 and 3, with Grade 1 being the highest. Because locks and hardware contribute to life safety and security in schools, it is essential to use BHMA certified Grade 1 locks. This ensures

locks meet the highest quality standards through independent testing and provides peace of mind for students, faculty and parents.

Electronic Access Control? But what about eliminating the use of keys altogether? Electronic access control (EAC) locks, whether standalone or part of a networked system, offer advantages over standard mechanical locks. • Allow access by means of a PIN code or prox card, eliminating or greatly reducing the number of metal keys in use and the risk of lost or stolen keys • Give different levels of access to individuals, even controlling the times of day a person has access to a particular classroom or area • Provide an audit trail with useful information like whose credential was used to open a door and when • Authorize and deauthorize any credential from a central location, instantly • Use a radio frequency (RF) fob, similar to a car remote, to perform localized lockdown on standalone electronic locks by pressing a panic button No matter what type of lock is installed, it’s essential that all hardware conforms to emergency egress and fire codes, and is approved by the local Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ). Schools sometimes violate building codes – often unintentionally and without realizing it. For example, propping open a fire-rated door with a doorstop or by other means eliminates the security the lock provides and also violates fire codes. And while it seems harmless, multiple instances of these types of oversights throughout a facility can open the door to intruders and eliminate measures designed to provide a safe emergency egress path.


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