new concealed vertical rod (CVR) exit device

Find common ground between design and maintenance with a new concealed vertical rod (CVR) exit device. Generally, deadlocking latches must be held retracted to allow the door to close and re-latch, but while the door is open, some devices use only one step to hold back the latch – which might not be enough to activate the lack hold-back. This solution uses a unique six-step lack hold-back method that keeps the latch retracted while the door is open, regardless of the force used to press the push pad. The CVR is designed for heavy-use applications such as panic and fire exits. It is also designed to strike a balance between utilitarian and aesthetically pleasing, and it fits a variety of door styles.

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