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Delayed Egress Examined

Is it ever legal to lock people into a building? With so much of access control driven by life safety codes, and a predominant focus of 'free egress' during an emergency, this code provision - delayed egress- seems to run counter to common sense. In this note, we explain the code, share real world applications and installation issues.

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