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Electric Strikes for Every Exit Device
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Electric Strikes for Every Exit Device

Upgrade access control on perimeter gates and existing exterior doors by choosing the right electric strike to work with an exit device.

The HES 9000 Family offers surface mounted electric strikes that are ideal for perimeter applications in K-12, Healthcare, Commercial Buildings, Office Spaces and Aluminium Storefronts.

The HES 9000 Family features a more polished look with the ASSA ABLOY logo, an industrial bevelled edge and eight finish options. The 9000-MTK Metal Template Kit has been updated to allow easy installation for each strike in the HES 9000 Family.

All HES 9000 Surface Mounted Electric Strikes are Grade 1, dual voltage, non-handed and field selectable for fail safe or fail secure. Backed by the exclusive SecuriCare five-year no fault warranty, which is upgraded to the SecuriCare 10-year no-fault warranty when purchased with a Smart Pac III®.

Electric strikes can be installed in a wide range of swinging door applications!

Do you have a client looking to upgrade access control on perimeter gates and existing exterior doors? Pairing the right electric strike with an exit device can speed up installation and save money.

When searching for the perfect electric strike always consider a few factors first:

1. Determine frame type and health of the opening

What material the door is made of, if the door is hollow or concrete filled, or if any irregularities exist that can be fixed prior to installation. A few moments to double check could save time and hassle down the line.

2. Are there any special requirements when assembling the door?

Does the door need to be preload capable, fire-rated, outdoor rated, or windstorm resistant?

3. What type of hardware was used on the door previously?

Compatibility of electric strikes and functionality of the opening are dependent upon the existing locking hardware.

Check out the Electric Strike Selector Guide today!