Sargent exit devices and panic devices have been around for the past 50 years. They currently offer devices for single, and double doors, in either rim, surface vertical rod, mortise and concealed vertical versions.
If you are looking to update, replace or repair your commercial doors with a Sargent panic device, we have the expertise and knowledge to help you find just what you need.
Most Sargent hardware are in stock and ship within 24 hours. Special sizes, finishes and parts for your Sargent exit devices are factory orders which may take up to 5 weeks.
Sargent 20 Series – The 20 series Sargent panic device is their economy line device. It comes in two styles, the 2828 rim, and the 2727 surface vertical rod. Both panic device units are Grade 1 and feature a powder coated finish instead of the usually plated finish.
Sargent 30 Series – The 30 series is another economy line panic device. This Sargent panic device also comes in two styles, the 3828 rim and the 3727 surface vertical rod. The 30 series features a powder coat paint finish and are Grade 1 rated devices.
Sargent 60 Series – The 60 series was in production from the 1970’s until January 1990. The main difference between the 60 and 80 series is the push pad. On the 60 series Sargent panic device, the push pad goes all the way across the device, whereas the 80 series only covers two thirds of the push bar channel. Many of the parts are the same as the 20, 30 and 80 series. You might want to contact us on the parts that will cross over.
Sargent 80 Series – The 80 series is currently their flagship panic device and is very popular in the industry today. This heavy-duty device offers many plated finishes to fit most design criteria. Call or email for detailed instructions, part breakdowns and templates for this Sargent panic device.
Sargent 90 Series – The 90 series is their cross bar style hardware. This Sargent panic device has been in production since the 1980’s and has changed very little. Most of the complete devices are now a factory order, but most parts are on the shelf.
Sargent Manufacturing Company was founded in 1857, in New Haven, Connecticut. In its many years of business, Sargent has grown its business to manufacture well over 60,000 different items, making it one of the largest hardware manufacturing plants in the United States. Sargent was acquired by ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions in 1996, and it has focused its business model on refining manufacturing processes, along with development of new and innovative products. Sargent Lock specializes in bored locks, mortise locks, exit devices and door controls. Sargent continues to lead the industry in new product introductions and innovations to existing product. Its latest developments have come in the integration of electro-mechanical products.