dormakaba ES Series Electric Strikes
The ES Series electric strikes ensure door security in private, public and commercial premises, are suitable for use with many different locks and door types and are available in all conventional operating voltages. Whether for standard doors, fire and smoke check doors or for doors in emergency and escape routes, you will be able to find the right model to match your particular requirements - all quality - assured by dormakaba.
- UL/CUL listed
- Up to 1500 lb (680 kg) holding force
- 630 Stainless Steel Finish
ES61 Electric Strike
The architecturally attractive ES61 features a hazard-free radius design. This stainless steel strike is designed especially to operate with rim exit devices and accommodates hollow metal, aluminum and wood doors.
ES62 Electric Strike
This rim electric strike is completely surface mounted, eliminating frame cutting. The one piece conventional keeper design promotes even load distribution in the event of attempted forced entry.
ES72F Electric Strike
Designed for heavy-duty applications requiring fire-rated electric strikes this unique anti-vibration design prevents manipulation by vibration. The ES72F is reliable, durable and economical.
ES74F & ES79F Electric Strikes
Ideal for fire-rated and heavy-duty applications these strikes are designed features a saddle-mounted housing, and a tamper-resistant guard for increased strength and durability.
ES84 & ES86 Electric Strike
All-In-One centerline latch entry electric strike provides standard features that include a multi voltage single solenoid, selectable lock mode, horizontal adjustment, and plug-in wire connectors Installation is fast and easy and distributors can cut their strike inventory because this one strike does it all.
ES96F Electric Strike
Fire-rated offset and centerline latch entry electric strike combines strength and convenience in an attractive design.
ES62F Electric Strike
Designed especially to operate with rim exit devices, this 3-hour fire rated, rugged stainless steel strike accommodates hollow metal, aluminum, and wood doors.