Rhinoware Lockdown System
YOUR LAST LINE OF DEFENSE
The RhinoWare Lockdown System locks down any room which can be made a safe room in a matter of one second. Whether you’re in a school, corporate office, manufacturing facility, healthcare facility, or assisted living center, armed intruder incidents can occur. Best of all, RhinoWare is specifically designed for any worker to activate the device intuitively, with little or no training. The RhinoWare Lockdown System is completely code compliant meeting all current applicable building, fire, life safety, and ADA codes as well as federal accessibility laws.
FULLY SELF- CONTAINED
The highly intuitive door barricade is a simple, yet effective device that can withstand several tons of direct sustained force. One single motion will quickly lockdown any room, even if the door cannot be locked by conventional means. It’s so simple, a kindergartener can engage it, even while under severe duress.
LOCKS DOWN A ROOM IN ONE SECOND
Activating the RhinoWare Lockdown System is instant. Using your hand or foot, you simply lift a lever and a metal plate rotates out and falls into the steel plate on the floor, securely locking the door.
COMPLETELY CODE COMPLIANT
RHINOWARE MEETS NFPA 101 LIFE SAFETY CODE
According to the Florida Fire Marshals and Inspectors Association (FFMIA) informal interpretation, the Rhinoware Door Lockdown meets the following life safety Code requirements.
The unlocking and unlatching from the classroom side of the door can be accomplished without the use of a key, tool, or special knowledge or effort.
The releasing mechanism for unlocking and unlatching shall be located at a height not less than 34 in. (865 mm) and not exceeding 48 in. (1220 mm) above the finished floor. Alternative designs, products or technologies may be used, provided they result in substantially equivalent or greater accessibility and usability.
The door shall be capable of being unlocked and opened from outside the room with the necessary key or other credential.
The locking means shall not modify the door closer, panic hardware, or fire exit hardware.
Modifications to a fire door and fire door assemblies, including door hardware, shall be in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 80: Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives (2010).