310 Series

The 310 Series is a 3 hour fire-rated, industrial grade electric strike designed for extreme heavy duty applications. The all stainless steel construction of this device makes it ideal for high abuse applications that would disable other electric strikes.

310-2

For a 1/2" or 5/8" throw latchbolt (without deadbolt) on single and pairs of doors.

1/2" keeper standard

310-2-3/4

For a 3/4" throw latchbolt (without deadbolt) on single and pairs of doors.

3/4" keeper standard

310-2-3/4OB

For a pair of doors, without a door coordinator, which are equipped with a lock having a 3/4" throw latchbolt (without deadbolt).

3/4" keeper standard

310-3-1

For a lockset with both a 3/4" throw latchbolt and a 1" throw deadbolt. 

  • Deadbolt must be retracted manually
  • Position of block within cavity is adjustable for RH and LH applications

1" keeper standard

 

Specifications

  • UL 10C fire-rated, 3 hour single door (fail secure only)
  • UL 10C fire-rated, 3 hour double door (fail secure only)
  • CAN4-S104 (ULC-S104) fire door conformant
  • UL1034, burglary-resistant listed
  • UL 294 (6th Edition) listed
  • ANSI/BHMA A156.31, Grade 1
  • New York City accepted
  • NFPA-252 fire door conformant
  • ASTM-E152 fire door conformant
  • RoHS compliant

Electrical

  • .51 Amps @ 12VDC continuous duty
  • .25 Amps @ 24VDC continuous duty

 

Standard Features

  • Tamper resistant, heavy-duty construction
  • Constructed entirely of stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance
  • Static strength 1,500 lbs.
  • Dynamic strength 70 ft-lbs.
  • Endurance rating 500,000 cycles
  • Horizontally adjustable keeper to allow for door and frame misalignment
  • 1/2" keeper depth (310-2)
  • Non-handed
  • Fail Secure (standard)
  • Plug-in connector
  • Five year limited warranty

Optional Features

  • Fail Safe
  • LCBMA - Latchbolt & Locking Cam Monitor with Auxiliary Switch (all except 310-2 3/4OB)

 

Looking for tips on installation or maintenance? See the 310-2 3/4 OB Tech Tip.

 

*Note: These products will require relocation of the center line when used with mortise locks. Consult HES customer support regarding use with Best 40 Series.