Overview

The Emergency Escape Panel, also known as a service access panel, kick out panel or a break out panel provides a quick escape from a containment-controlled or clean room environment. Being regularly used as a window that can be easily removed for equipment access routes during planned shutdowns.

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Features

  • Flush Wrap Around Frame – To Both Sides of the Wall for a Clean Room Finish
  • Welded and Polished Construction and Finish
  • Custom Solutions
  • Stainless-Steel Assembly and Pull Handles
  • Low Leakage Rates
  • Made to Suit Finished Wall Thickness

Applications

Emergency Escape Panel

With a rebate frame design for installation in front of a fire door. The standard application is with the fire door opening away from the escape panel. Custom solutions for doors opening through the escape panel are available.

The minimum rebate to the floor level is 32mm.

Wrap around frame for installation into a non-fire-rated wall. Whilst intended for personnel escape it is also commonly used for equipment access during shutdowns.

The Emergency Escape Panel is also known as a Break Out Panel, BOP, Clean Room Door, Service Access Panel, Kick out Panel, Escape Door and Fire Door

Technical Specification

  • Clear Opening Minimum 700mm Wide, 900mm High
  • Maximum size of 1.4m Wide x 2.5m High
  • Structural Opening Min and Max - Dependent on in Fill Panels
  • PBSC reserve the right to introduce changes in performance, configuration and technology, dimension, weights and materials in the course of technical progress. Images may not be accurate.
  • Some of the information/images/equipment described or shown may only be available at extra cost. Features & specifications will vary.
  • Please contact PBSC for specific design options.

Options

  • Escape from Both Sides
  • Clear or Opaque Acrylic Panel
  • 304 or 316L Stainless Steel Construction
  • Powder Coated Steel in a Wide Range of RAL/BS Colours
  • Pull or Push Types Available
  • Rebate Design for Installation In Front of an External Fire Door

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