Sargent - Exit Device LC 8913 F ETL 10B

Sargent - Exit Device LC 8913 F ETL 10B
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Sargent - Exit Device LC 8913 F ETL 10B

Sargent 8913 Mortise lock exit device. Designed for standard width stile applications on wood and metal 1-3/4" thick doors. 4-1/2" minimum stile.

Features:

  • Designed for standard width stile applications on wood and metal doors
  • For 1-3/4" thick doors
  • 4-1/2" minimum stile
  • Latch Bolt-Brass Nickel Plated, 3/4" throw, anti-friction
  • Dead Latch-Brass, sliding type
  • Hex key dogging standard, cylinder dogging optional
  • Device can be cut to size in the field.
  • Handed: Specify RHR or LHR

Specification:

  • Supplied standard with wood and machine screws
  • Rail size, F - 33" to 36", J - 37" to 42", G - 43" to 48"
  • Devices are ANSI A156.3 2001 Grade 1
  • Available as UL Fire Rated Exit device
  • Concealed single point guarded latching for additional security
  • Strike - C908 standard black nylon coated
  • Center Case Dimensions 8-3/8" x 2-5/8"
  • Device Centerline from Finished Floor 41"
  • Projection Pushbar Neutral - 3" Pushbar Depressed - 2-1/8"
  • Trim: ETL
  • Finish: 10B – Antique Bronze
HardwareChimp Item # TURBO-SA108
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  • BrandSargent
  • Collection:80 Series
  • Shipping:UPS
  • Finish / Color:US10B / 613 Dark Satin Bronze Toned, Oil Rubbed on Steel
  • Width (Inches)36
  • Exit Device Type:Mortise Lock
  • Mounting:Surface
  • TrimStoreroom/Nightlatch
  • Trim StyleLever with Cylinder Hole Esctcheon
List Price $2,873.00
Your Price $1,681.28
You Save $1,191.72 - 41%
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Since coming under the ASSA ABLOY umbrella, SARGENT has focused on refining their manufacturing processes, along with the development of new and innovative products. Today’s manufacturing plant is made up of five different factories or “Profit Centers”, each producing items particular to their product line (e.g., bored locks, mortise locks, closers, exits, cylinders, or, Production Services - supplying production/ support services to other profit centers). Unlike batch production/ “push” techniques of the past, today we produce “what we need, when we need it, “pulling” product through the factory in a theoretical one-piece flow. Manufacturing areas are centered around production-area configured “cells”; cells generally set-up by the Profit Center employees in a way that will link operations. This joining minimizes material transportation and work-in-process inventory, while fostering maximum efficiency. Complementing the efforts to improve overall efficiency and product quality, has been an aggressive capital expenditure program allowing for sophisticated machine tool purchases to be integrated into the manufacturing process.

On the engineering front, SARGENT continues to lead our industry in new product introductions and innovations to existing product. Our latest frontier is the development of more and more electro-mechanical products, a trend we anticipate will continue well into the future.