Overview: Built on a tradition of innovation and responsiveness, DORMA Architectural Hardware markets a wide range of state-of-the-art and aesthetically-pleasing door controls, exit devices, locks and electronic control hardware. Manufactured in the company’s ISO 9001** certified facilities in Reamstown, Pennsylvania and Steeleville, Illinois, DORMA Architectural Hardware is delivering the next generation of door system technology, including surface closers, concealed closers, locks and key systems, exit devices, low energy operators, coordinator/closer systems, fire/life safety, overhead stops/holders, electronic access control and pivots
DORMA's line of mortise, cylindrical, tubular, and dead bolt locks offers a comprehensive selection of Grade 1 and Grade 2 locks that meet the functional and aesthetic requirements of commercial and institutional doors.
Grade 1 mortise and cylindrical locks are available in a variety of functions as well as electrified fail-safe and fail-secure models. The Grade 2 heavy-duty cylindrical and Grade 2 tubular locks are available in the most popular industry standard functions.
Models throughout the line have UL approvals and meet or exceed ANSI standards. In addition, DORMA offers a complete selection of cylinders and keying options, including master keying, construction master keying, and patented key control.
DORMA's line of exit devices reliably secure egress doors in compliance with all applicable fire/life safety code requirements. Narrow and standard stile exit devices are available in rim, mortise and surface or concealed rod configurations in both fire- and panic-rated versions. A delayed exit device is available when security and safety are a concern. They offer the specifier a selection of true architectural finishes and a full complement of electrified options, including alarmed exit, delayed exit, electric latch retraction and device monitoring.
The DORMA exit devices are listed by U.L. and C.U.L. under their continuing reinspection programs and conform to standards U.L. 10C and U.B.C. 7-2 (1997) positive pressure testing. They are BHMA certified to the requirements of ANSI A156.3 for Grade 1 exit devices.
DORMA's line of electronic access control hardware complements our full line of door controls and exit devices. Electromagnetic locks, including specialized locks, are designed for such applications as gates, cabinets and sliding doors. Also available are shear locks, delayed egress locks, power supplies, electric strikes, and programmable digital keypads. Completing this line of equipment are desktop consoles along with push-button and key switch combinations.
DORMA's surface closers range from advanced technology designs, traditional architectural, and commercial products - all backed by an unprecedented 25-year warranty.
All Grade 1 closers are manufactured to meet the requirements of ANSI A156.4. DORMA surface closers offer an assortment of specialty function arms, mounting plates and brackets, and a wide range of painted or electroplated architectural finishes to suit almost any application.
DORMA's full range of products include floor concealed, overhead concealed and concealed in the door closers. All products comply with barrier-free requirements and can be used with aluminum, wood or hollow metal doors and frames.
Packages are available for BTS floor closers and RTS overhead concealed closers. Package clusters include components based on the door, frame and application type. Additional to the closer, packages include cover plates, pivots, spindles and any other miscellaneous components required to hang and control a door. Packages available for 3/4'' offset, 1-1/2'' offset and independently hung doors. Contact factory for specific package details.
DORMA's closer-based, low-energy power operators incorporate sophisticated microprocessor technology with our field-proven door closers to provide accessibility for the physically challenged. Among the most advanced door controls ever developed, this remarkable product line combines, in one universal design, complete flexibility and computer-enhanced sensitivity to user needs.
The ED800 functions as a typical door closer until activated as a low-energy power operator. It reliably controls doors up to 48 inches wide and 200 pounds. In addition, the ED800 has an adjustable opening angle from 85 degrees to 115 degrees.
The DORMA line of holder/release devices has been developed to inexpensively guard a single door opening, which would normally require an array of expensive products to serve the same function. In addition, it allows unimpeded, easy access throughout a building while not affecting its integrity to contain and cut the spread of smoke and/or fire.
Upon interruption or loss of current, the unit will automatically close the door from any angle of opening. This is caused by release of the electromagnetic solenoid, thus allowing the door closer to perform its function.
To complement our existing full range of door closers, DORMA Architectural Hardware offers efficient coordinator systems and a line of versatile stops and holders, providing a total door control system.