Von Duprin - Exit Device 9927TL x 990DT/374-T US26D

Von Duprin - Exit Device 9927TL x 990DT/374-T US26D
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Von Duprin - Exit Device 9927TL x 990DT/374-T US26D

The -F fire exit surface mounted vertical rod device is suitable for  pairs of doors up to 8´ x 10´  (2438mm x 3048mm).

  • No mechanical dogging. 
  • Featured item is 36" length in a US26D, satin chromium finish.  
  • The 9927-F device has a grooved mechanism case. 
  • The surface vertical rod device is non-handed except when the following device options are used: SS (Signal Switch).
  • Top strike dull black, 299, standard; 304L, unfinished bottom.
  • Deadlocking antifriction top and bottom bolt, 5/8" throw.
  • Vertical rods accommodate 7' door and are made of 1/2" square tubing.  Top rod length is 34-15/16"; bottom rode is 31-/14".   
  • UL listed for Fire Exit Hardware.
  • Devices are ANSI A156.3 – 2001 Grade 1. 
  • The TL, turn lever option, utilizes a 1-1/4" mortise cylinder where the key locks and unlocks the unit.  The escutcheon plate is 2-3/4" x 10-3/4" x 27/32" and it projects 3-1/4".

HardwareChimp Item # IRFT-VD209
  • BrandVon Duprin
  • Collection:99 Series
  • Shipping:UPS
  • Finish / Color:US26D / 626 Satin Chrome Plated on Steel
  • Width:36"
  • Handing:Non-Handed
  • Exit Device Type:Surface Vertical Rod (SVR)
  • Mounting:Surface
  • TrimDummy
  • Trim StyleDummy Pull with Blank Escutcheon
  • Cylinder(s)Not Included - Sold Seperately
List Price $2,407.00
Your Price $1,686.58
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Von Duprin was started in 1908, when it introduced the first "panic release bar" in response to a need for protecting life safety while providing security, a purpose that still guides the firm today. Indianapolis hardware salesman Carl Prinzler missed a scheduled visit to Chicago's Iroquois Theatre in 1903, thus escaping a disaster in which 594 people perished when the "fireproof" theater burned. Obsessed with the needless loss of lives, Prinzler was determined to solve the problem of public buildings that often turned into death traps when doors were locked to keep gate crashers out. Prinzler teamed up with his neighbor, Henry DuPont, an architectural engineer, who invented the first working device. The initial model, introduced in 1908, was marketed by Vonnegut Hardware Company under the name Von Duprin, a contraction of Vonnegut, DuPont and Prinzler.

The popular 88 Series crossbar exit devices still manufactured by Von Duprin have similar appearance characteristics to the original design, although significant enginering changes have been made.

Currently, Von Duprin manufactures the widest range of exit devices and outside trim operations, including rim-type and mortise lock, surface and concealed vertical rod, fire-rated and several electrical options. Security-related products include a full line of electromagnetic locks, electric strikes, card readers, and keypad-type access control systems.