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Education Facility Solutions
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Security is a key component in the design of any educational institution.  Whether you’re designing an elementary school, high school, college or university, Ingersoll Rand has solutions to secure students, teachers and visitors in any facility.

 

We can help you identify the right products for your project, develop a lockdown solution, or consult on codes and compliance.  Whatever your need, Ingersoll Rand can help you design an educational institution with world class security.

 

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Opening Solutions for K-12 and Colleges & Universities:

K-12 Schools
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Public and private K-12 schools trust Allegion and our market-leading brands including Schlage, Von Duprin and LCN for safety and security solutions that fit their environments.

 

Building entrances in schools and universities are typically high-traffic openings that must balance the need for access control and lockdown with accessibility and freedom of movement. At least one opening must comply with disability requirements. Every door must provide egress at all times. Certain opening and building conditions may require the use of automatic operators. 
Featuring: Specification Writing Services, Training
Building entrances in schools and universities are typically high-traffic openings that must balance the need for access control and lockdown with accessibility and freedom of movement. At least one opening must comply with disability requirements. Every door must provide egress at all times.
Whether it’s a kindergarten classroom or a college lecture hall, classroom doors require virtually unlimited access during school hours, but may also require limited access after school hours. These doors must also be able to lock down quickly and effectively from the inside, helping to protect the staff and students within in case of an emergency.
Featuring: Schlage® CO-220 electronic locks, Schlage® Everest 29™ Primus XP high security key system
More...Classroom Security and Classroom Functions available in Schlage ND-series and L-series locks
Stairwell doors are a unique combination of access, and fire and life safety. In an emergency, stairwell doors allow people quick access
to the safest route of egress. But after hours or in buildings that have floors with higher security needs, stairwell doors can also serve as a critical point for access control.
Featuring: Schlage® locks, Steelcraft® doors and frames
Double egress doors are among the most common openings in school buildings, linking academic areas to gyms and auditoriums, at the
entrances to large lecture halls, or simply acting as a barrier from one area of a building to another. They face daily abuse and constant use, so reliable operation is just as critical as the ability to lock down after hours or in an emergency.
Featuring: Von Duprin® concealed vertical cable exit device
Whether it’s an auditorium, cafeteria or assembly hall, double doors in these large public spaces must often accommodate big crowds
and stand up to hard use. And while assembly areas must be accessible on a regular basis, they must also be able to close and latch quickly
and reliably when the need arises.
Featuring: Von Duprin® QEL (Quiet Electric Latch Retraction) exit devices
Emergency exits must have free egress at all times, but as exterior doors they are also critical points for maintaining building security.  That means they must be equipped to prevent unauthorized entry.  Emergency exits must also meet all building code, as well as fire and life safety, and ADA requirements.
Featuring: Schlage® locks, Von Duprin® exit devices, LCN® door closers
High security areas like laboratories, records offices and server equipment rooms typically have a limited number of users, but require a very high level of security to protect private, dangerous or expensive materials, goods or information. In the education setting, these doors also require quick, reliable lockdown, while still meeting local and state building codes for fire and life safety.
Featuring: Schlage® biometrics, aptiQ™ smart cards, Schlage® Everest 29™ Primus XP high security key system
Residence halls are often expected to have the highest level of access control. But the students who live there are equally concerned about convenience, creating a need to minimize the credentials that are carried every day, but also may be lost or stolen. Access must be managed around the clock, and balanced with the need for fire and life safety.
In addition, many dormitories are older buildings that make it impossible to run new wiring to support hard-wired electronic systems.
Featuring: Schlage® AD-Series electronic locks, aptiQ™ smart cards
More...One Card Alliances:  CBORD, BlackBoard, Heartland

Residence Halls
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Open architecture, key systems as well as wired and wireless electronic locks make Allegion the choice for dormitories and residence halls.

 

Residence halls are often expected to have the highest level of access control. But the students who live there are equally concerned about convenience, creating a need to minimize the credentials that are carried every day, but also may be lost or stolen. Access must be managed around the clock, and balanced with the need for fire and life safety.
In addition, many dormitories are older buildings that make it impossible to run new wiring to support hard-wired electronic systems.
Featuring: Schlage® AD-Series electronic locks, aptiQ™ smart cards
More...One Card Alliances:  CBORD, BlackBoard, Heartland
Building entrances in schools and universities are typically high-traffic openings that must balance the need for access control and lockdown with accessibility and freedom of movement. At least one opening must comply with disability requirements. Every door must provide egress at all times. Certain opening and building conditions may require the use of automatic operators. 
Featuring: Specification Writing Services, Training
Building entrances in schools and universities are typically high-traffic openings that must balance the need for access control and lockdown with accessibility and freedom of movement. At least one opening must comply with disability requirements. Every door must provide egress at all times.
Emergency exits must have free egress at all times, but as exterior doors they are also critical points for maintaining building security.  That means they must be equipped to prevent unauthorized entry.  Emergency exits must also meet all building code, as well as fire and life safety, and ADA requirements.
Featuring: Schlage® locks, Von Duprin® exit devices, LCN® door closers
Stairwell doors are a unique combination of access, and fire and life safety. In an emergency, stairwell doors allow people quick access
to the safest route of egress. But after hours or in buildings that have floors with higher security needs, stairwell doors can also serve as a critical point for access control.
Featuring: Schlage® locks, Steelcraft® doors and frames
Double egress doors are among the most common openings in school buildings, linking academic areas to gyms and auditoriums, at the
entrances to large lecture halls, or simply acting as a barrier from one area of a building to another. They face daily abuse and constant use, so reliable operation is just as critical as the ability to lock down after hours or in an emergency.
Featuring: Von Duprin® concealed vertical cable exit device

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We can answer questions about products, advise on codes and compliance, or write a complete spec.
 

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