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Trimco LDH100-VD 626 36 Lockdown Hardware for use with Von Duprin 98/99 and 33/35 Devices up to 36" wide Satin Chrome

Trimco LDH100-VD 626 36

Trimco LDH100-VD 626 36 Lockdown Hardware for use with Von Duprin 98/99 and 33/35 Devices up to 36" wide Satin Chrome

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Trimco logo Trimco LDH100-VD 626 36 Lockdown Hardware for use with Von Duprin 98/99 and 33/35 Devices up to 36" wide - Satin Chrome

In the event of an emergency, the LDH100 does not require a key or hex-wrench to lockdown the doors from the inside; simply push the button on the end cap and the exit device automatically locks. The mechanism has a durable die-cast construction and is easily installed without special tools or removal of the exit device from the door. It is ideal for school perimeter doors, classrooms, banquet halls, government facilities or other locations where exit devices are required.

  • Lockdown Panic Button
  • Use for Von Duprin 98/99 and 33/35 Series Devices up to 36" wide
  • For 36" to 48" wide exit devices add this LDH100-VD-48TUBE Kit
  • Material: Satin Chrome
  • Special finishes can be accommodated, please reach out to us for more details
  • The Lockdown Hardware for Von Duprin 98/99 Series exit devices will work only with the newer style end cap. A replacement bracket is available for older Von Duprin 98/99 devices that are currently installed with the 3-screw end cap. The replacement bracket enables the use of Trimco’s LDH100-VD kit to be installed on the older Von Duprin devices.
  • Replacement End Cap Bracket Only can also be purchased separately here: Trimco MLDHVD00013.
  • Features:
    • Simple, one-touch mechanical lockdown for exit devices
    • Cost-effective, aftermarket or new construction solution
    • Does not require a key or hex-wrench to lock down doors
    • Durable die-cast construction
    • ADA compliant
    • Easy installation requires no special tools or removal of the panic device from the door
    • Works with hex or cylinder dogging devices
  • Applications:
    • K-12 Schools
    • Colleges & Universities
    • Healthcare
    • Government Facilities
    • Public Buildings
    • Hospitality
Why Lockdown Hardware?
The National Association of State Fire Marshals guidelines address door security devices, which are mandatory in many states as they are included as part of the International Building and Fire Codes and Life Safety Codes. They mandate that that locking mechanisms should be able to do the following:
  • 1. Provide immediate egress by being located between 34” and 48” above the floor, and not require special knowledge or effort, nor key or tool, nor require tight grasping, twisting, or pinching to operate, and accomplished with one operation.
  • 2. Be easily lockable in case of emergency from within the classroom with an authorized credential (key, card, code, fob, fingerprint, etc.) and without opening the door.
  • 3. Lockable and unlockable from outside the door with an authorized credential.

Q: What exit devices can the LDH100 Series work with?
A: Currently we have retrofit Lockdown Hardware kits for the Dorma 9000 Series and Von Duprin 98/99 & 33/35 Series exit devices. We are evaluating other devices including the Precision Apex 2000 Series, Marks USA 9000 Series and Corbin Russwin ED5000 Series devices. Check back for additional information on new kits.

Q: Does the addition of the LDH100 Series affect any UL ratings, such as panic and fire?
A: Trimco’s LDH100 Series modifies the dogging actuation only and does not alter the latching mechanism(s) critical for panic egress. Fire rated devices do not have mechanical dogging, therefore the LDH100 cannot be utilized. Always check with your local code officials for compliance questions.

Q: Do I need to remove the exit device from the door to install the LDH 100 device?
A: No, with minimal tools and in under 10 minutes you can retrofit the LDH end cap without removing the device from the door.

Q: What is the maximum range of exit device width this will work with?
A: The standard kit will work with devices up to 36". There is an available conversion kit for 48" devices.

Q: Can you dog the device into position with LDH?
A: No, you can only lockdown (un-dog) the device.

Q: Will this only work on current devices or can it retrofit to older units?
A: There is an available cam replacement kit for Von Duprin 98/99 devices from before 1997.

Excerpt from the Final Report of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission
Presented to Governor Dannel P. Malloy, State of Connecticut
March 6, 2015

  • RECOMMENDATION NO. 1: The SSIC (School Safety Infrastructure Council) Report includes a standard requiring classroom and other safe-haven areas to have doors that can be locked from the inside. The Commission cannot emphasize enough the importance of this recommendation. The testimony and other evidence presented to the Commission reveals that there has never been an event in which an active shooter breached a locked classroom door. Accordingly, the Commission reiterates its recommendation that all classrooms in K-12 schools should be equipped with locked doors that can be locked from the inside by the classroom teacher or substitute.
  • RECOMMENDATION NO. 2: The Commission also reiterates its recommendation that all exterior doors in K-12 schools be equipped with hardware capable of implementing a full perimeter lockdown.
  • Letter from Joe Newport from Indiana State University Regarding Door Hardware
  • Door Security & Safety Foundation
  • National Association of State Fire Marshals White Paper
    NASFM has published a white paper entitled Classroom Door Security and Locking Hardware to address its security concerns, including suggested classroom door checklists.
  • Myths (and Facts) About Classroom Barricade Devices
    Read NASFM’s myths and facts or watch this video with a presentation from author Lori Greene, AHC/CDC, FDAI, FDHI, CCPR.
  • Ohio Testimony Against Barricade Devices in Schools
    Review the packet of information provided by the Foundation here and the final statement and decision of the Ohio Board of Building Standards
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