Corbin Russwin panic devices have been around for the last 75 years. Many of the Corbin Russwin hardware out there are obsolete. If you are looking to update, replace or repair your Corbin Russwin exit device or parts, we have the expertise to help you find just what you need.
All of the more popular Corbin Russwin exit devices are in-stock and ship within one business day.
Corbin Russwin ED8000 Series – The ED8000 product line has been in production for the past 40 plus years, but under different names. The rim devices also went by Corbin 29 and Russwin 372 series. The surface vertical rods went by Corbin 20 and Russwin 382. Although there have been many changes in the name of the Corbin Russwin ED8000, the devices have changed very little of the last 40 years. This device is considered their economy line with a painted powder coat finish. They are very heavy-duty, and have metal end caps, which many economy lines do not have.
Corbin Russwin ED6000 Series – The Corbin Russwin ED6000 series has been discontinued. This device was in production from about 1975 until 2015, and went by the Corbin 3729 and Russwin 736 for the rim device. The surface vertical rods went by Corbin 3120 and Russwin 792.
Corbin Russwin ED5000 Series – The ED5000 series from Corbin Russwin has been around for 20 years. It is designed for wide stile doors and comes in rim, surface vertical rod, mortise and concealed vertical rod models. We stock most replacement parts on the Corbin Russwin ED5000. Give us a call or email for more information.
Corbin Russwin ED4000 Series – The ED4000 series is just like the Corbin Russwin ED5000, but for use on narrow stile doors. A narrow stile door is usually an aluminum framed glass storefront door. This device also comes in rim, surface vertical rod, mortise and concealed vertical rod models. We stock most replacement parts on the Corbin Russwin ED4000. Give us a call or email for more information.
Corbin Russwin Replacement Parts – We stock all popular Corbin Russwin parts such as latches, end caps and dogging assemblies for quicker lead times. Some of the less popular parts may take up to 4 weeks as we may need to order them directly from Corbin Russwin.
Corbin Russwin has been a leader in high-quality commercial grade hardware targeted at commercial and institutional facilities since 1839. Although they were two different companies under the separate names Corbin and Russwin until 1994, the two companies’ product lines have mirrored one another for the past 40 years. Corbin Russwin is currently owned by Black and Decker. Its products are manufactured in Connecticut, and it is represented by ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. ASSA ABLOY is a Swedish company, representing over 150 companies operating in 100f the world market across 40 countries.