Anti-panic locks

Nemef offer a wide variety of anti-panic locks, providing options suited to both generic and specific circumstances.

In the event of an emergency, it is critical that the occupants of a building be able to escape quickly and easily. Nemef anti-panic locks have been specifically designed with this in mind, opening from the inside by simply pushing the handle down.

1901 en 1905

These anti-panic locks are intended for use in the active leaf of single or double fire-resistant steel doors. In regular (1901) or narrow (1905) style, they are designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

1901 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in active leaf of fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Reversible (non-handed)
  • Key action latch bolt
  • CE marked
  • EN12209 and EN179 certified

1905 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 40mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in active leaf of fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder 
  • Handed
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • CE marked
  • EN12209, EN1125, and EN179 certified

1921 and 1925

These anti-panic locks are intended for use in the passive leaf of double fire-resistant steel doors. In regular (1921) or narrow (1925) profile, they are designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

1921 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in the passive leaf of fire-resistant steel double doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Non-handed
  • CE marked
  • EN12209, EN1125, and EN179 certified

1925 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 40mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in the passive leaf of fire-resistant steel double doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Handed
  • CE marked
  • EN12209, EN1125, and EN179 certified

*Do not use lever handle from outside on these items

1739

For use with fire resistant steel doors, the 1739 is reversible, and is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

1739/36 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Reversible (non-handed)
  • Anti-panic lock with bolt through hub
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Single throw dead bolt
  • CE marked
  • EN12209 and EN179 certified


1739/46 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Reversible (non-handed)
  • Anti-panic lock with a split hub
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Single throw dead bolt
  • EN12209 and EN179 certified

1769

For use in fire resistant steel doors, the 1769 is handed, and is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder. This lock is engineered according to DIN 18250.

1749

Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors, the 1749 is an anti-panic multi-point lock (in conjunction with Art. 1742). The lock is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

1749/37 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Anti-panic lock with bolt through hub
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Double throw dead bolt 
  • Intended for use with two pivot deadbolts (Art. 1742/09)


1749/47 Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Anti-panic lock with split hub
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Double throw dead bolt 
  • Intended for use with two pivot deadbolts (Art. 1742/09)