Corbin Russwin's new HP3000 Tubular Lock is ideal for healthcare and education applications.
BERLIN, CT, March 21, 2011 – Corbin Russwin, a leading manufacturer of architectural hardware and security solutions for over 160 years and ASSA ABLOY Group company, introduces a new push/pull hardware solution that is ideal in a variety of healthcare settings, as well as in K-12 environments.
Corbin Russwin's latest offering combines a new locking solution - the Corbin Russwin HP3000 Tubular Lock - with an attractive and functional push/pull paddle trim. The strong, durable ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 HP3000 Tubular Lock with push/pull paddle trim is available in 2-3/4", 5" and 7" backsets and offers both passage and privacy functions. UL Listed for use with Fire Rated doors, the lock is easily field-configurable in several mounting options for maximum flexibility.
The non-handed trim is offered in a full range of finishes including stainless steel and features a MicroShield antimicrobial finish option. The paddle shape and location of the trim create a highly visible and comfortable target for door activation using hips or elbows. It is available with "push" and "pull" identification on paddles and is fully ADA-compliant.
The sleek, aesthetic form aligns with today's evidence-based design approach to healing environments. As a result, it is appropriate for a wide range of behavioral healthcare settings, including behavioral health units, patient room doors, assisted living facilities, de-escalation rooms and psychiatric facilities. It can also be used in various educational settings, such as classrooms and laboratories.