True Privacy, True Security - Introducing New Mortise Lock Status Indicators from PDQ

New status indicators provide both security and privacy in mortise lock installations.

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Leola, PA (PRWEB) April 08, 2014

New Mortise Lock Status Indicators from PDQ Manufacturing, a leading American maker of locks and architectural door hardware, provide an ideal solution in any installation requiring enhanced security and privacy.

The indicators are available with six locking functions. The functions with the "Locked/Unlocked" Indicator are Intruder with Deadbolt with Deadlatch (ANSI F34 = PDQMR257), and Dormitory (ANSI F33 = PDQ259).

The functions with "Vacant/Occupied" Indicator are Faculty/Restroom with Deadbolt (No ANSI, PDQ MR260), Privacy (ANSI F22 = PDQ MR276), Privacy with Deadbolt (ANSI F02 = PDQ MR278), and Privacy with Deadbolt with Egress (ANSI F19 = PDQ MR279).

Standard finish for all indicators is 630 (US32D) stainless steel. Other finishes are available; please contact PDQ Technical Services at 800-441-9692.

The Locked/Unlocked Indicator conforms with ANSI Z535.1, Safety Colors: Red and Green.

A limited warranty covers every Mortise Lock Status Indicator.

Additional information is available from PDQ sales representatives or the firm's customer service line at 800-441-9692.

About PDQ

A leading US manufacturer of security hardware, PDQ serves its customers with an extensive line of in-house engineered commercial-grade mortise locks, cylindrical locks, door closers, exit devices, flat goods, stand-alone electronic locks and electronic access control devices. Built to exceed industry standards, the company's products offer an exceptional combination of cost effectiveness, product quality, visual appeal and long life. Delivery in one to three days and an excellent warranty on every product are important service features. PDQ, based in southeast Pennsylvania with major distribution centers in Kansas City, Mo., Auburn, Wash., Denton, Texas and Salt Lake City, Utah has served a national and international architectural hardware clientele and end-user base for more than 30 years.