Emergency Exit Devices in Property

Property developers are specifying safeTpunch technology as an alternative emergency exit

Emergency Exit Devices in Property

Property developers are specifying safeTpunch technology as an alternative emergency exit

Emergency Exit Devices in Commercial Property

Emergency Exit Devices | Safety Devices | Buildings | safeTpunch

Safety glass and double glazing in modern buildings can hamper emergency  evacuations if doorways and escapes become clogged with people.

Breaking surrounding glass safely can enable more people to escape a building, without the injuries often caused by panic.

Any public space is generally designed for orderly evacuation in an emergency, but, public emergencies cannot be rehearsed.

This is why an increased exit strategy is a life-saving option for office buildings and hotel lobby areas and corridors.

safeTpunch is fitted by OEM manufacturers of insulated tempered glass window and door assemblies.

The low profile of our F series device is designed for use within a multiple glass, double or triple window or door unit.

Double and triple glazing assembly

Emergency Exit Devices in Residential Property

Emergency Exit Devices | Safety Devices | Houses | safeTpunch

safeTpunch within the housing market is currently configured for windows in Europe. The instructions decal has been designed to be less invasive – white on clear vinyl with text that simply reads ‘In Emergency Break Glass’ and there needn’t be any safety tags, further simplifying the device’s look, feel and operation.

These types of installation do require that the Punches are fitted at the time of manufacture of the multiple glass units itself and prior to fitting in the building.

safetpunch models STP 40 and 50F series are purpose designed, engineered and manufactured to specification with ISO9001 certification, as a ‘fit for purpose emergency exit device’

STP40DH – This device is a retrofit application for upright 28mm domestic insulated glass units. Approved by the housing council as emergency exit tools are being put into service by developers in the UK on newly build homes.