The 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series devices are heavy-duty push pads. All series devices have the same functionality, but have different dimensions. The 98/99 Series is wide stile, while the 33A/35A Series is narrow stile. Architectural design elements differ slightly as well.
The 98 Series and 35A Series devices have a smooth mechanism case, while the 99 Series and 33A Series have a grooved mechanism case. The 98/99 and 33A/35A Series have all been certified to the highest industry standards and are used in schools, hospitals and government buildings.
The breadth of available options allows for tailoring to any facility’s needs
Designed for high use and abuse in institutional applications like schools, hospitals and government facilities
A variety of field-configurable options available
Retrofit kits available to keep up with changing technology
Specifications and certifications are specific to each configuration. See the 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series catalogs for more information.
ANSI/BHMA A156.3 2014 Grade 1 certified
ANSI/UL 10C (fire-rated only)
CAN/ULC-S104 (fire-rated only)
The 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series offer solutions for any single, double and double egress door. All devices can be ordered by adding the “-F” suffix.
No suffix: rim devices
27: surface-mounted vertical rod
47: concealed vertical rod (5/8” bottom bolt)
47WDC: wood door concealed vertical rod
48: concealed vertical rod (1-1/2” bottom bolt)
49: concealed vertical cable
50WDC: wood door concealed vertical cable
57: 3-point latching
75:mortise lock devices
A variety of functions and trim options are available, but only the standard options are listed below. Refer to the 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series catalogs for more information.
Classroom: the key locks and unlocks the lever or kno
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, the lever or knob is rigid
98/99 Series popular trims
990: pull trim, 5 standard functions:
Dummy trim (DT)
Exit only (EO)
996: lever or knob trim, 4 standard functions:
Classroom (L, K)
Storeroom (L-NL, K-NL)
Dummy (L-DT, K-DT)
Passage (L-BE, K-BE)
33A/35A Series popular trims
360: lever or thumbpiece trim, 3 standard functions:
Classroom (L, T)
Passage (L-BE, T-BE)
386: pull trim, 2 standard functions:
388: optional pull trim, 1 standard function:
The 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series offer many choices for levers and finishes. Refer to the 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series catalogs for more information.
With the 98/99 and 33A/35A Series, the devices can be retrofitted to keep up with evolving technology with various retrofit kits. Refer to the 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series catalogs for more information.
Retrofitting an existing device
CDSI/HDSI: security dogging indicators provide at-a-glance verification of the panic device status
QEL: electronic latch retraction with limited operational noise
Electronic switches: can be used as part of an access control system or in a standalone application
Request to exit (RX)
Latchbolt monitoring (LX)
Upgrading to a new device
AX: an accessible device that is certified to meet the 5 lb. force requirements for the 2010 American Disabilities Act (ADA) (Chapters 404.2.7 and 30934) and 2013 California Building Code (Chapter 11B-309.4)
CX: CHEXIT meets NFPA and IBC requirements for delayed egress; a standard device keeps doors secure for 15 seconds after a request to exit while a nuisance alarm sounds
XP: patented 2-piece latchbolt design, available for 98/99 Series panic and fire applications
From mullions to powers transfers and strikes, the 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series offer a range of accessories to meet the evolving needs of any facility. Refer to the 98/99 Series and 33A/35A Series catalogs for more information.