Detex Maximum Security System

Detex Corp. of New Braunfels, Texas, releases the 230X maximum locking strength multipoint panic hardware designed for retail environments.

Engineered with an extreme-duty, triple-bolt design that withstands 16,000 pounds of pull force, the system is built to withstand the most aggressive attempts to break through rear doors, according to the company.

Single and double-bolt and weatherized models are available. Additional components include V50 and 20 Series vertical rod exit devices for protection on double doors, as well as Detex door-propped alarms, battery-powered or wired, designed to sound a warning when exterior doors are propped open by personnel.

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