How Doors & Hardware Can Help in Behavioral Health Environment

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ASSA ABLOY offers a wide range of low-risk to high-risk products that provide a unique combination of aesthetics, safety, security, and durability. From Alarm Controls to Norton to Sargent to Yale, QualityDoor.com distributes all of these and more to improve your Behavioral Healthcare Facility.

Markar, McKinnery, and Pemko Hinges

Door hinges with smooth tapered tips or hinges that allow the door to be opened in or out provide additional assurance on patient rooms and bathrooms.

 

Ceco Door and Curries Patient Room Access Doors

To eliminate patients having the ability to barricade themselves in their rooms, use a “door-in-door” to provide staff access. The main door swings in while the inner door opens out into the corridor.

 

Rixson Floor Closers

Using door closers that are concealed in the floor or overhead eliminate vandalism and catch points.

 

Corbin Russwin and SARGENT Detention Knob and Behavioral Health Lever

Locking trim like levers and knobs that feature sloping surfaces (ligature resistant) help address common patient safety concerns.

 

Securitron iMXDA Maglock

Delayed egress electromagnetic locks help prevent risk to patients, protect against property loss or theft, and give staff time to respond before a patient can exit.

 

Corbin Russwin and Sargent Integrated Low Trim

Integrated trims have sloping, ligature-resistant surfaces, and offer innovative design with the strength of mortise locks.

ADA Compliance: To have an ADA Compliant Access, Door Hardware must not require tight twisting, pinching, or grasping to use it.

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