For use on PVCu, Composite, Timber, Alumium and Steel Doors
Compatible with the XL and XL Crimebeater PAS24 lock range
Designed for uPVC, Composite, Timber, Aluminium and Steel single doors
Conforms to EN 1125.2008
Secured by Design approved
It comes with a 10 year guarantee
Full width crash bar with optional external handle
Panic crash bar made with powder coated steel
It can be used with one piece keep or individual keeps
Resistant to corrosion – BS EN1670 Grade 4 (240 hours)
The Fullex XL Exodus Panic Exit System is the only panic bar system for use with Fullex multi point locks, such as the Fullex XL and XL Crimebeater PAS24 and Secured by Design approved lock range, which provides a rapid way out from the inside whilst still retaining maximum security on the outside.
The XL Exodus comes with a full width powder coated steel crash bar with an optional external handle, making it perfect for emergency exits whilst it is also possible to open the door from the outside.
With a 10 year guarantee, this CE marked panic hardware has been designed for use on uPVC, Composite, Timber, Aluminium or single Steel doors and it can be used with one piece keep or individual keeps.
The XL Exodus is corrosion resistant as it has been tested to BSEN1670 Grade 4 for 240 hours, offering you peace of mind. It has also been cycle tested to 200,000 operations.
With External Operating Handle
BS EN1670 Grade 4 (420 Hours)
Cycle Tested to 200,000 Cycles
Top and Bottom Hook: Hardened cast steel Deadbolt: Hardened cast steel Centre Hook: Sintered steel Faceplate: 16 or 20mm silver passivated mild steel, white or brown 44mm PVCu with matching hingeplate Gearbox: Silver passivated steel Push Pad and Slave Unit: Powder coated steel Crash Bar: Powder coated steel
The cyclic operation machine tests the operation and use of each multi point lock. The machine works by fitting the multi point lock in to a door, and then adding a handle and cylinder. The machine will then cycle test the lock by turning the cylinder to unlock; pull the handle down to open the door; close the door; lift the handle to engage the multi point hooks, and then finally lock the cylinder. This gives a true test of how the multi point lock will work in a real life situation.
Each multi point lock is cycle tested to 200,000 cycles.
Salt Spray Test
This machine tests the corrosion resistance of the multi point locks. The salt spray cabinet produces a corrosive environment, by releasing a dense saline fog into the chamber which the multi point locks are exposed to. This creates an accelerated corrosion of the MPL and allows us to test how well the locks would stand up in harsher environments.
The multi point locks are tested to BS EN1670 grade 4 for 420 hours.