Emergency exits are regulated according to the size of the building, how many and what type of people are inside. They are marked on the building evacuation plans , made to stand out from a standard door and help evacuate people quickly from the area in the event of an incident.
Emergency exit management can time opening by keeping the exits locked until a doubt has been raised. In the event of automatic fire detection or a general evacuation alarm being triggered, the UGCIS gives the order for immediate opening. The DAS should then be unlocked within one second.
The DEF Network designs, manufactures, installs and maintains emergency exit management systems and DAS locking solutions linked to a opening request device, meeting the requirements of the NFS 61-932 standard.