We’ve got a fresh new look, full of features and accessible resources to meet all of your door hardware and electronic access control needs.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION BUILDING
The Community Education Building, an independent entity of the Longwood Foundation, created a charter public school system for grades K-12 with an emphasis on high performance.
Hager specified and supplied Grade 1 3800 Series Mortise Locks, 5200 Series and 7000 Overhead Control Door Controls, and 4500 Series Exit Devices.
8300 SERIES LOW ENERGY POWER OPERATOR
Ever wish you could make a door open with the wave of your hand? Now you can! The 8300 Series Low Energy Power Operator, paired with one of our Touchless Wave Actuators, opens and closes the door for you. Provides ADA Compliance, is UL Listed, and helps prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.
Hager University now has over 40 lessons covering a multitude of door hardware topics from doors to mortise locks, from thresholds and weather stripping to delayed egress. Each lesson is tailored to a specific hardware topic or product type and takes just 8-15 minutes. Learn more about the online classes.
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