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Explore the reliability and safety of emergency doors from Larnec. Our emergency doors are meticulously crafted to ensure swift and secure exits during critical situations. Whether you require panic bars or other emergency exit solutions, Larnec has you covered with products designed for peace of mind and compliance with safety standards.

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Australian Standards for Emergency Exit Doors

Australian Standards for emergency exit doors are crucial for ensuring the safety and compliance of buildings. Most standards cover various aspects of fire safety, including constructing and maintaining fire doors, fire exit doors, and emergency exits, as well as ensuring that specific emergency exit doors are constructed with fire-resistant materials to withstand the heat and flames.  

These standards can also dictate specifications for the path of travel doors, automatic doors, and detailed exit signs and lighting requirements to facilitate swift and secure emergency evacuations. Complying with Australian Standards for emergency exit doors is essential, as they align with your building code and prioritise the safety of occupants in any structure.

Exit Doors For Different Applications

Exit doors are critical components in various applications, ensuring safe and efficient emergency evacuations. Whether it's an automatic door in a commercial building or a clearly marked emergency exit door in a public space, these exits play a vital role in swiftly guiding people to safety during emergencies.

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Emergency Entry Doors

Emergency Entry Doors

Emergency entry doors are specially designed to provide swift and secure access for first responders and emergency personnel during critical situations.

Emergency Back Doors

Emergency Back Doors

Our wide external doors blend durability and security seamlessly, making them the perfect choice for robust entrance solutions in commercial and industrial settings.

Commercial Exit Doors

Commercial Exit Doors

Commercial exit doors are essential safety components in business establishments, providing a secure and efficient means of egress in emergencies.

Exit Door Replacements

Exit Door Replacements

Exit door replacements offer an opportunity to enhance safety and security while upgrading the aesthetics of your building's egress points.

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[Security] Australian Made
Australian Made

Larnec takes pride in being Australian-made, ensuring superior quality and craftsmanship while supporting local manufacturing and industry.

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Easy Installation

We prioritise easy installation, providing doors designed for a straightforward and hassle-free setup, saving you time and effort during the installation process.

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Industry-Specific Custom Options

We offer to tailor our doors to meet various industries' unique needs and requirements, ensuring a perfect fit and functionality for specialised applications.

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Unrivalled Manufacturing Standards

We uphold unrivalled manufacturing standards, ensuring that every door we produce meets the highest levels of craftsmanship, providing customers with products that stand the test of time.

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Frequently asked questions

Do emergency exit doors have to open outwards?

The direction in which emergency exit doors open can vary depending on local building codes and regulations. While many emergency exit doors are designed to swing outward, some may open inward or slide horizontally. 

The choice of direction often depends on factors like the building's design, occupancy load, and the specific requirements outlined in local building codes. The primary concern is to ensure that the doors allow for safe and unobstructed egress during emergencies.

Where should emergency exit doors be located in a building?

Emergency exit doors should be strategically located throughout a building to provide safe egress in case of emergencies. 

They are typically positioned along the path of travel, ensuring that occupants can access exits from various points within the building. Specific placement may vary based on building size, occupancy type, and local building codes. 

Common locations include near stairwells, corridors, assembly areas, and areas with high occupancy levels. It's essential to consult local building codes and regulations for precise placement requirements.

Can you install security features on emergency exit doors, like card readers or alarms?

Security features like card readers, alarms, and electronic access control systems can be installed on emergency exit doors, but it's crucial to do so in a manner that complies with local building codes and safety regulations. 

These systems should never compromise the ability of the door to function as an emergency exit during a crisis. Such installations are typically subject to specific guidelines to ensure that occupants can exit the building quickly and safely in case of an emergency. 

Always consult with professionals and authorities to ensure compliance when adding security features to emergency exit doors.

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