Evolution of barrier-resistant doors

Door functionality for behavioral health facilities has improved over the last decade

Behavioral health facilities need doors with specialized features designed to keep patients safe, according to an article on the Construction Specialties website.

Door functionality for behavioral health facilities has improved over the last decade and one of the most significant innovations in behavioral health facility doors is the barrier-resistant door.

Barrier-resistant doors feature a small, compact door within the main door, which gives facility staff access if a patient were to barricade themselves inside. 

Because behavioral health interiors new have residential styles and hospitality motifs, barrier-resistant doors are available in styles that complement and enhance the look of a facility. 

Read the article.


August 29, 2018

Topic Area: Security

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