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.
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.
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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.