HES

9700 Series Strike

9700 Series Strike

HES is previewing an entirely new platform-based electric strike design along with the recently released 9700 Series strike.

The new 9700 Series is an addition to the popular surface-mounted 9500 and 9600 Series, and combines both windstorm and fire-ratings into one solution. The HES 9700 is the perfect complement to heavy-duty exit device solutions like the Corbin Russwin SecureBoltTM and Yale SquareBoltTM  - that are ideal for frequent use applications such as K-12, theaters, factories, government buildings and healthcare environments.

Included in the new series is the 1500 and 1600 and they are the most advanced, heavy duty, flexible, electric strikes on the market today. These previewed designs were inspired by HES’s flagship 1006 and 4500 Series electric strikes, to create the next generation interchangeable platform. The platform features two interchangeable power modules for standard PoE friendly operation and an ultra-low power, EcoStrikeTM operation. Both electric strike models are almost 100 percent recyclable, with easy in-field component replacements to help minimize the impact on our landfills. This new high-performance line will meet or exceed every standard or specification established for electric strikes, to accommodate all latchbolt and deadbolt lock brands and applications.

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