A budget lockset for restricted access areas
In addition to the service user bedroom doors, one of the other more common types of door found in today's modern mental healthcare ward is the Service Riser door. Typically located on the corridor immediately outside the patients sleeping accommodation the Service Riser door is often inconspicuous in that it is usually of neutral colour deliberately intended to blend in to the fabric of the building. Yet behind this door there is danger in the form of plant and equipment from which the service user should be protected.
To this end a simple anti-ligature pull handle and escutcheon used in conjunction with a cylinder operated deadlock is typically all that is required to provide the level of security and safety needed on these doors.
Available with a choice of four different pull handles, Recessed, Pinch, Trunk & Grab the PR1-16 lockset is designed to provide an affordable solution to the Service Riser door application and includes a 4" lock-case to enable continuity of styling throughout the ward in keeping with other more sophisticate Primera lockset mechanisms typically found in bedrooms and bathrooms.