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TOP SELLING COMMERCIAL DOOR HARDWARE holds the largest electrical and mechanical commercial door hardware in stock and ready to ship. Explore our wide range of hardware including locks, door closers, exit devices, and access control systems.


Hager Roton 780-224HD Concealed Leaf Heavy Duty Continuous Geared Hinge - 83"


Hager Roton 780-157 Full Surface Standard Duty Continuous Geared Hinge - 83"


Pemko CFM83 Continuous Geared Hinge Full-Mortise Clear Anodized Finish - 83" Fire Rated - UL10C - Positive Pressure


Markar HG315-95 630/US32D Stainless Steel Edge Mount Hinge Guard - 95" Length


Markar HG305-83 630/US32D Stainless Steel Continuous Hinge Guard - 83" Length


Markar HG315-83 630/US32D Stainless Steel Edge Mount Hinge Guard - 83" Length


Markar HG305-95 630/US32D Stainless Steel Continuous Hinge Guard - 95" Length


Hager Roton 780-224HD Concealed Leaf Heavy Duty Continuous Geared Hinge - 95"


Hager Roton 780-157 Full Surface Standard Duty Continuous Geared Hinge - 95"


Hager Roton 780-057HD Full Surface Heavy Duty Continuous Geared Hinge - 95"


Hager Roton 780-057HD Full Surface Heavy Duty Continuous Geared Hinge - 83"


Pemko CFS83HD1 Continuous Geared Hinge Full-Surface Heavy Duty Clear Anodized Finish - 83"

Popular Commercial Door Hardware Categories

Commercial door hardware is an essential component for any business, providing security, safety, and accessibility. From exit devices and panic bars to door closers and mortise locks, we have the right door hardware to meet your business’s needs.

Security Door Closers

Door Closers

Door closers are mechanical devices used in commercial buildings to ensure the closure of a door once it has been opened. Concealed, Surface, Electromechanical, and Security Closers are some of the applications we stock.

Commercial Door Locks

Commercial door locks stocks a variety of door locks including Mortise locks, Cylindrical Locks, Ligature Resistant Locks, Electronic Push Button locks, Electrified Locks, Privacy Indicator locks and much more.

Door Stops

Door Stops

Door stops help protect the door handles and nearby surfaces. We stock various types such as baseboard stops, floor stops, kick stops, wall stops, and Overhead stops that are ready to ship.

Panic Bars and Exit Devices

Exit Devices | Panic Bars

Exit devices sometimes called Panic Devices or Crash Bars are designed to provide building occupants with fast and easy egress in an emergency. Available in both mechanical and electrical applications.

Other Popular Categories

Pivots and Pivot Sets

Automatic Door Operators

Door Thresholds and Saddles

Hospital Push and Pull Latches

SARGENT DOOR HARDWARE IN STOCK has a large inventory of Sargent Door Hardware. From Cylindrical locks, Panic Bars and Exit Devices, Panic Trims, to Door Closers and Power Supplies, we have the electrical and mechanical Sargent Door Hardware you need, to get the job done.

Why Choose Quality Door?

Established in 1988, is a trusted leading Commercial Door Hardware supplier for both Electrical and Mechanical door hardware. Gsa Contracted, Veteran Owned and Operated customer service is our #1 Priority.

Commercial Door HArdware Brands You Can Trust

Our large inventory consists of 80 of the industry’s most trusted commercial door hardware brands. Whether you’re looking for durability, style, or advanced security features, we have you covered.

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SARGENT Manufacturing Company is a leading manufacturer of architectural hardware for new and retrofit applications. SARGENT provides opening solutions for a variety of vertical markets including education and healthcare, and continues to lead our industry in new product introductions and innovations.

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LCN is dedicated to providing the most durable products engineered to the highest levels of precision. Since 1877 LCN has been a pioneer in the industry, delivering door control solutions known for their meticulous engineering and quality control.

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Linus Yale Jr. transformed the locking industry forever when he created his most important invention -- the Yale pin tumbler cylinder. One hundred and fifty years later, Yale's comprehensive line of door hardware includes mortise and cylindrical locks, exit devices, door closers, electromechanical products and key systems.

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From pioneering the first push-button lock in 1920 to the high-tech mobile solutions of today, Schlage’s passion for door hardware is what drives them to develop the products that improve security, efficiency and convenience. For 100 years, Schalge's legacy of continuous improvement has been trusted in over 40 million homes, schools and businesses around the world.

Benefits of Quality Door Hardware

From healthcare facilities, office spaces, K-12 and higher learning, to Goverment facilites and Military bases, has the commercial door hardware to meet all your facilities door hardware requirements.

Frequently Asked

Commercial door hardware plays a role in security and safety. It includes fasteners, locks, door handles, hinges, door knobs, door closers, and more. This means that commercial door hardware ensures that the door stays up, keeps the entryway locked, and that one can pass through the entryway.

Door hardware typically used for commercial buildings are usually heavy duty as these places have a higher amount of foot traffic compared to residential buildings. For this reason, commercial grade door hardware is divided into three grades based on the ANSI / BHMA grading system: 1, 2, and 3 to help you understand the quality when making a purchase.

Since commercial door hardware is made to be more durable, it is typically made of higher quality material. This means that they can be made from alloy metals such as brass or stainless steel. It also depends on the purpose such as how security doors or exit doors should be fire rated and therefore made of materials that slow or stop the spread of flames, smoke, and heat transfer.

Some examples of exterior commercial door hardware include locking mechanisms such as deadbolts, spring bolts, or keyless locks; exit devices; door closers; hinges; wall and door protectors; and more.

The ADA requires that operable parts of door hardware be a minimum height of 34 inches and a maximum height of 48 inches, with a maximum required force of 5 pounds. That means the door closer resistance must be 5 pounds or less to accommodate users' various upper extremity abilities.

Ligature resistant door hardware features rounded surfaces and low profiles that are designed to secure rooms without presenting potential safety hazards. These environments can also be equipped with ligature resistant doors and frames that enable staff to gain rapid access to a room

Sargent makes A 8888 Multi- Function Rim Exit Device. The Panic Trim 700 series such as the 704 Storeroom Function, 713 Classroom Function, 715 Passage Function decides the function of the device. Fully compatible just change the trim to change the function without changing the panic bar itself.

The Intruder Lock is keyed on both sides and when turning your key from the inside, it secures the outside handle. The inside will always remain unlocked, allowing all occupants to be able to exit the room at any time. These locks protect classrooms by allowing the teacher to lock the exterior trim without leaving the classroom.

A storeroom function always requires a key to retract the latch and enter the room. A classroom lock can be locked or unlocked using a key in the outside lever. For both functions, the inside lever always allows free egress.

Conventional cores require the removal of parts on the locks to install or replace. Interchangeable cores are installed and removed with the use of a special key called a control key. The control key retracts a piece of the core (such as a pin or bar) that holds the core in place.

Yes, you can. Mostly all cylindrical lock manufacturers make their locks to receive a Best, Arrow, Falcon Sfic Interchangeable Core. Yale calls it a BAU5405, Sargent adds a 70 prefix to their locks such as a 2870-1G04 LL 26D For a Storeroom Function. Your not tied down to a specific brand when it comes to a Sfic, LFIC or other IC Cores.

Both fail safe and fail secure refer to the type of access control in the event of power outage. 
In a fail safe configuration, the door is unlocked when power is gone. “Fail safe, or fail open, requires an electric current to hold it closed. A maglock is an example of this type of lock. If there is a power failure, all the doors are unlocked.
Fail secure, on the other hand, keeps things secure during a power failure. In fail secure mode, the door is locked when power is gone. “Fail secure is also called fail-locked or non-fail safe. In this configuration, applying an electrical current to the strike will cause it to open. If power is lost, the lock stays shut. If the door has a strike in the fail-secure configuration and there is a power failure, people can still exit by turning the knob from the inside, but the people can’t get in. A maglock would require a backup battery to be configured in a fail-secure configuration

A Full Surface Continuous Hinge. See the CFS83 for more detail.

Patient Safety Standards, Materials and Systems Guidelines recommended by the
New York State Office of Mental Health. These Guidelines apply solely to new construction and major renovation projects. Existing
facilities should use these guidelines as a reference document whenever improvements are made.

While both have their benefits, it's important to understand they are used in separate applications. A low energy door operator assists individuals with limited mobility whereas a high energy door operator provides continuous automation for all.

Mortise locks are installed in what is called a mortise, a rectangular-shaped hole usually cut into the edge of the door and the jamb. The mortise lock's main body is shaped like a large letter "T." When looking at the front of the door, it has a square section that attaches to the door facing.