Mortise locks for escape doors

Secure solutions for escape doors as per EN 179 and EN 1125.

Whether you require mortise locks for emergency exit locks in accordance with EN 179 or panic door locks in accordance with EN 1125, rely on the proven solutions of the comprehensive KFV panic range. Every product in this range is the perfect combination of security with simple handling and product details that are as innovative as they are efficient. For example, the escape direction and DIN direction can be defined simply at any time by adjusting the latch in KFV mortise locks. The advantage for you: you only need one product for all escape and opening directions.

All benefits at a glance:

  • Suitable for fire-rated doors (minimum face plate widths of 16 mm)
  • Adjustable DIN direction
  • Escutcheon holes on left and right at a minimum 35 mm backset
  • Can be combined with KFV standard frame parts
  • DIN cylinder with and without free-running cam and/or round cylinder can be used

The locking functions

Mortise locks for escape doors can generally be opened in the direction of escape without a key, even when they are locked. The options for opening the door against the direction of escape varies depending on the locking function

Change-over function B:
  • Opening the door against the direction of escape using the handle: only possible after unlocking it with the key
  • After use of the escape function and once the door has closed: access against the direction of escape is blocked again and escaping back into the building is no longer possible
Transit function D:
  • Opening the door against the direction of escape using the handle: only possible after unlocking it with the key
  • After use of the escape function: the door is accessible from both sides and can be used to escape back into the building against the direction of escape
Lever set E:
  • Opening the door against direction of escape: only possible after unlocking and only using the key
  • After use of the escape function and once the door has closed: access against the direction of escape is blocked again and escaping back into the building is no longer possible
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