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Delayed Egress Signs for Automatic Doors - California Title 24 and ADA Compliant

Automatic Door Delayed Egress ADA Signs - 12x12 - Choose Time Delay

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Automatic Door Delayed Egress Signs with One-Inch Tactile Letters and Grade 2 Domed Braille - IFC/ADA Compliant - 12" x 12"

Delayed Egress SignsThis Title 24 and ADA Compliant Delayed Egress Signs for automated door systems with Tactile Text and Grade 2 Braille can be made with 15 second to 60 seconds delay times, or you can specify the exact time delay you need.

Delayed Egress Door Signs

  • Title 24 and ADA compliant non-glare matte finish
  • Title 24 and ADA compliant font and tactile (1/32 inch raised) letters
  • Title 24 and ADA compliant 12x12 size and letter height
  • Title 24 and ADA compliant Grade 2 Domed Braille
  • Our high-quality yet economically priced acrylic resin plastic Delayed Egress Signs are guaranteed to pass inspections performed by California Certified Access Specialists. Or your money back.
  • Our ADA signs come with foam mounting tape. However, ADA signs, and especially ADA signs larger than 8"x8", including this delayed egress sign, ADA stairwell signage, and restroom door signs, should be mounted using mechanical fasteners (hardware), or a silicone adhesive
  • This ADA sign can be ordered with pre-drilled 3/16" mounting holes. Choose regular mounting holes, or counter-sunk mounting holes. Signs with drilled holes ship in 5-7 business days. Mounting hardware is not included with signs. Mounting hardware suitable for whatever surface material you will be mounting your signs on can be purchased at Home Depot, Lowes, or other hardware suppliers. ADA Signs with made to order drilled holes are not returnable for refund.
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The model building codes allow these devices known as "delayed egress locks," but do not agree on where they may be installed. The International Building Code prohibits delayed egress locks in Group A, E, and H occupancies, while NFPA 5000, Building Construction and Safety Code allows them in all occupancies except detention and correctional facilities. Where delayed egress locks are installed, all of the following safety features must be included:

  • The building must be equipped with a supervised automatic detection or sprinkler system.
  • Delayed egress locks must release automatically upon operation of the sprinkler system or the fire detection system (specific requirements for release on fire detection differ between the model building codes).
  • Doors must unlock when power to the door locking equipment is lost.
  • The panic hardware must unlock within 15 seconds* after minimum pressure is applied continuously.
  • Once the door is unlocked it must remain unlocked until manually restored.
  • There must be a readily visible sign on the door leaf adjacent to the hardware reading "KEEP PUSHING. THIS DOOR WILL OPEN IN [X] SECONDS."
  • Emergency lighting must be installed in the vicinity of the door.

  • For additional information and specific requirements refer to NFPA 5000, Building Construction and Safety Code Chapter 11, International Fire Code Chapter 10, NFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code Chapter 14, International Building Code Chapter 10, or NFPA 101, Life Safety Code.



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