There are many different brands of cost effective commercial exit devices on the market. The vast majority of these devices are strictly mechanical. Today’s market demands an Economical Commercial Exit Device with Electric Latch Retraction. Not only does SDC’s S4000 Series Electrified Commercial Exit Device satisfy both market needs for a cost-effective exit device with ELR, but the S4000 also comes standard with Request-to-Exit Monitoring, enabling access control compatibility.
The Returns Coordinator is accountable for recorded information and facilitates the processing of merchandise returned to the manufacturer because of defects, damage, customer errors, stock rotations, or for repairs/modifications and requires knowledge of CRM/ERP system utilization for return material processing and inventory control.
Essential Duties And Responsibilities
Receive returned materials, examine and compare merchandise with SDC product and production standards and records information such as product type, item numbers, quantity, type of return, device condition, package condition and date.
Identify and distribute materials to the appropriate SDC production department for inspection to be evaluated, repaired, modified, replaced, returned or restocked.
Facilitate and expedite timing and process of each returned product remains within SDC production departments.
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The 45F fire-rated Grade 1 strike is designed with a durable, stainless steel die cast body. Engineered with corrosion resistant components and fewer moving parts for maximum life, it's compatible with any access control. SDC's line of electric door strikes accommodate several types of mechanical locksets, door and frame styles.
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The SDC 45 electric strike is designed for use with locksets with up to 3/4” latchbolts*. The quality construction makes the 45 series ideal for high traffic applications. The compact low profile design enables quick and easy installation where jamb space is limited.
Choose from a Universal Electric Strike package that includes three faceplates or standard strike package with choice of 4 different faceplates to accomodate virtually any application. Full monitoring is standard.
- For 5/8" latch or 3/4" latch with 1/8" door gap
- Latch position status standard Keeper closed & deadlocked/unlocked status standard
- Field selectable failsecure - failsafe
- Field selectable voltage, 12/24V AC/DC 1/4" Horizontal alignment adjustment
- Low profile, 1-3/16" deep
- Plug-in wire connectors
- Mounting tabs Non-handed
- All stainless steel parts with durable die cast body for corrosion resistance
- Fewer moving parts for maximum life
- Stainless steel standard with square corner faceplate
- Aluminum standard with radius corner faceplate
- ANSI/ BHMA A156.31, Grade 2
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There are 152,700 Gas Stations in the U.S. Of these, 121,998 are Convenience Stores selling gas, leaving about 30,000 as Gas Stations only. There are 37,275 coffee houses (not coffee shops) in the U.S. (Sources: NACS/Nielsen and Statista). And all of those places have Restrooms.
Low-energy, swinging door operators provide hands-free, low-power point of entry door control to help meet all U.S. and Canadian Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requirements for door installations in a variety of locations. We’re going to take a brief look at market trends for automatic doors, features that are driving the trends, some basic information specific to low-energy swinging doors, and application examples.
Did you know?
- 98.9% of consumers who expressed a preference between automatic and manual doors prefer automatic doors.
- Participants indicated that it was most important for automatic doors to be used at hospitals, airports, hotels/motels, shopping malls, retail stores, banks, assisted living and senior care facilities.
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Last year we discussed how low-energy, swinging door operators help meet all U.S. and Canadian Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements in a variety of locations and applications driving their adoption. This year, let's take a look at recommendations for integrating low-energy door operators with access controls for Long-Term Care (LTC) Facilities - a segment of the Healthcare Facilities market with strong growth driven by the aging baby boomer population in the U.S.