The Jackson 1085 Panic Device is one of a few original manufactures of Panic Hardware for aluminum framed glass doors, or storefront doors. The 1085, 1095 along with their door closer the 20-330 were installed on about half of these doors in the 1970's and 1980's. They were installed on Vistawall and Kawneer doors just to name a few. Universally recognized as the standard for aluminum storefront hardware it is made of high tensile strength aluminum. The device is Non Handed, Comes with 45" cross bar that is easily cut in the field. Also includes the Concealed Vertical Rods, Screws and Strikes.
Replacement parts are available, in stock!
The Jackson 1095 Panic Hardware was one of the first devices universally recognized as the standard for aluminum storefront hardware. Made of high tensile strength aluminum. It ships complete with both housings, crossbar, all the fasteners, and the strike. Comes with 45" cross bar that is easily cut in the field.
The Jackson 1095P Paddle Panic Hardware is an alternative to the cross bar or push pad style panic hardware. The device is the same as the Jackson 1095, but with a paddle instead of the cross bar. This device is for use on aluminum or steel doors only. The device is mounted on surface studs that are tapped into the door. On a wood door they will pull out.
Right Hand Reverse Shown
The Jackson Panic Device Top Bolt Trip is for use on the 1085, 1285, and 2086 devices. The 30-824 Trip Assembly mounts on the jamb stop and has a pin that sticks out of it (actually a threaded set screw). The pin lines up with the release plate on the Top Bolt Guide Assembly, when the pin hits the top plate as the door closes, it releases the rods, so they can extend.
The Jackson Panic Device 1085, 1285, and 2086 Bottom Bolt Guide Assembly is the piece that fits in the bottom of the door. It is there to take up slack in rod, so the door can not be shaken open. Jackson part number 30-320.
The Jackson Panic Device Crossbar is for use on the 1085 and 1095 hardware. The bar is 45" long and can be cut in the field with a chop saw or hack saw. There is a groove the entire length of the bar for added and strength and for the thread forming screws to thread into. The Jackson part number is 30-733-PKG, and it ships with the cross bar screws.
The Jackson Panic Device 1095 Active Housing is the working side of the 1095 panic hardware. The housing comes will all the internal parts, including the latch bolt. The distance between the mounting studs on this case is 6-5/16". Jackson part # 30-988 Right Hand Body, and part # 30-989 Left Hand Body
Left Hand Housing shown in the aluminum finish.
The Jackson 1095 30-1247 / 30-1248 Lever Arm. Replacement Lever Arm for the Jackson 1095 Active Housings. This arm will only work on the 1095 Active Case! The difference between this arm and the 1085 arm is the Pin in in the top of the arm. The pin fits into the triangular linkage clip, which actuates the latch bolt. Handing is determined by standing inside and looking out, if the arm in on the right hand side of the door, it is a right hand lever that you would order.
The Jackson Panic Device 1085 and 1095 Thumb Piece Dogging Pin 30-1117 is a replacement for the Screw Driver Headed Dogging Pin. Now instead of using a screw driver you can use the handy thumb piece instead. The package comes with new set screw, spring, and of course the pin. Jackson part number 30-1117.
The Jackson Panic Device 1085 And 1095 Dogging Pin is the piece that keeps the hardware in the open position during business hours. It is activated by pressing the crossbar and then turning the flat head screw driver head. The pin is held in the housings with a screw, which is located on the back of the housing. This pin has been used since about 1988 or so, the old style are no longer made, but they had a roll pin that was used to hold it in place. This package comes with a new spring, set screw and the pin. The Jackson part number on this is 30-1115.
Jackson Exit Device Crossbar Screw 1085/1095
Self threading screw cuts its own threads into the extruded aluminum crossbar.
Jackson Part # There is not a part #. Jackson only sells the screw as a package with the crossbar.
The Jackson Panic Device 1095 Standard Strike is a strike they have been using for the past 20 years. You might have one of the older roller strikes, but this will work in its place. The older style roller strike is no longer available. Jackson Exit Device part # 30-2436.
The Jackson Panic Device Top Bolt Guide Assembly is used on the 1085, 1285, and 2086 hardware. The piece works by sliding over the top rod when the device is opened. This keeps the rods retracted until the Plunger hits the Trip Assembly when it is closing. Upon hitting the Trip Assy, the plate slides over and the rods retract. It measures 1-1/2” deep x 1-1/16” wide x 15/16” tall, with a hole spacing of 3/4" on the mounting screws. Assembly includes the mounting screws. The Jackson Part number is 30-934.
The Jackson Panic Device Center Case 1085/1095 is for use with the 1085 devices for both and left, and the inactive case of the 1095. Case is easily removed by loosening the two 1/8" Allen screws and one on the bottom. Includes everything in the housing. The distance between the mounting studs on this Case is 6-5/16"
Jackson part # 30-982 Right Hand Body and Arm Assembly
Jackson part # 30-983 Left Hand Body and Arm Assembly
Left Hand Housing Shown in Aluminum
The Jackson 1085 30-1242 / 30-1243 Lever Arms are for use with the Jackson 1085 Housings, both sides. And the Jackson 1095 Inactive (hinge side) Housings. To determine hand, stand inside and look out the door, what is side is the arm on? If it is on the Right then order Right.