Ives rescue hardware is designed to address a blocked doorway caused by an incapacitated patient, which is a problem often encountered by healthcare professionals. Used in conjunction with center hung pivots, rescue hardware allows a bi-directional door swing in emergency situations. When a patient becomes trapped behind an inward swinging door, the center tong depresses, allowing the door to swing in the opposite direction without causing frame damage.
As a valuable element in patient room restrooms, utility closets, and small spaces in hospitals, institutions, and convalescent homes, rescue hardware is either a rescue strike or an emergency stop assembly.
Meets ANSI/BHMA A1882 standard
Available in a stainless finish for product longevity
Center or offset mounting styles for flexible door configuration
Fits nominal 7" and 8" wide frames and 1-3⁄4" door thickness
Available as an emergency strike in the following sizes:
8" offset strikes
Available with emergency release and strike in the following sizes: