The 94 and 95 Series recessed push pads are for high-traffic applications and reduce impact. They are fully integrated within a door to protect it from abuse. The 94 and 95 Series have the same functionality, but different design elements. The 94 Series has a smooth mechanism case, while the 95 Series has a grooved mechanism case. Both the 94 and 95 Series are low-profile devices and are compatible with hollow metal doors. Both series are commonly used in hospitals and other facilities where building openings must accommodate high volumes of people and equipment. They are UL certified and ANSI/BHMA A156.3 2008 Grade 1 certified.
Quiet electronic latch retraction is an option for access control applications
Sloped die-cast metal endcaps
Extruded aluminum construction
Self-lubricating coating on latchbolts
Specifications and certifications are specific to each configuration. See the 94/95 Series catalog for more information.
ANSI/BHMA A156.3 2008 Grade 1 certified
ANSI/UL 10C (fire-rated only)
CAN/ULC-S104 (fire-rated only)
Solutions for all types of single, double and double egress doors are available. All devices can be ordered as fire-rated by adding the “-F” suffix.
47: concealed vertical rod (5/8” bottom bolt)
75: mortise lock devices
A variety of functions and trim options are available for any desired operation. Only standard options are shown here. See the 94/95 Series catalog for more information.
Classroom: the key locks and unlocks the lever or knob
Dummy: the rigid mechanical trim for pull operation
Exit only: no outside trim
Passage: the lever or knob is always active
Storeroom: the key retracts the latchbolt and the lever or knob is rigid
940: lever trim, 3 standard functions:
Dummy trim (DT)
550: pull trim, 1 standard function:
Dummy trim (DT)
376: thumbpiece trim, 2 standard functions:
The 94 and 95 Series offers a comprehensive list of levers and finishes. Refer to the 94/95 Series catalog for more information.
Retrofitting an existing device
QEL: electronic latch retraction with limited operational noise; can be ordered as a retrofit kit
Upgrading to a new device
AX: accessible device that is UL certified to meet the 5 lb. operating force requirements for the 2010 American Disabilities Act (ADA) (Chapters 404.2.7 and 309.4) and the 2013 California Building Code (Chapter 11B-309.4)
From mullions to power transfers and strikes, the 94 and 95 Series offers a range of accessories to meet any facility’s evolving needs. See the 94/95 Series catalog for a complete list.