Securitech Time Out/Seclusion Lock
Multi-point locking spreads the force across the door and frame at top, center and bottom of the door, and is best suited for environments with adults and large children. Single-point deadbolt locking would be acceptable with smaller or less potentially violent patients.
Local code requirements should be consulted prior to the installation of any quiet room lockset. Latches are not recommended on these doors in order to prevent accidental locking in a room.
3-Point locking keeps the door secure and resists violent patients
Stainless steel deadbolts with 1” throw
Surface mounted or concealed models
Concealed models require factory door preparation
Surface models can be retrofitted to existing doors
Supervised Or Unsupervised Models
Lockable keyed model for use where code allows
Constant supervision model requires staff member presence at door at all times
Temporary Student Containment
Temporary Patient Containment
Quiet or Seclusion Rooms in schools or behavioral healthcare related facilities require effective locking solutions to withstand the force of a patient attempting to break out of the room. Different levels are available.
DAISY™ Over-The Door Alarm
DAISY, a ligature-resistant top door alarm sensor system for doors in healthcare facilities which instantly notifies staff of an attempted sentinel event.
Concealing the key cylinder to resist vandalism, bumping and unauthorized key use.
Single Door Alarm Kit
Stand-alone kit is designed for dedicated space for at-risk patients awaiting mental health evaluations or admittance, such as Emergency Intake Rooms.