Drop Bar System

Designed for Fire Exits


£102.00 As Standard

Delivery starting @ £12.00

Lead Time: 3-5 Working Days

A fire exit is usually the most vulnerable point of entry into a building when it comes to a break in attempt. With this in mind Doors4Security have developed our own drop bar system which will improve security and also make any break in attempt much more difficult.

A drop bar system can be installed on either a single or double door centrally. In some instances where security is a real concern you can install a drop bar in both the upper and lower halves of the door.

The brackets are secured in a way that prevents them from being removed or tampered with from outside.

Our drop bar system consists of 2 heavy duty steel brackets and length of steel box section. This is designed to fit any of our frames. The drop bar is powder coated yellow with the brackets being supplied in black.

The length of box section can easily be removed when the door is in operation or placed in position to secure the door when not in use. If the drop bar system is fitted onto a fire exit door the length of box section would need to be removed when the door/building is in use to allow occupants to escape quickly in an emergency.

If you are using the proposed door for the main entry point into the building then a drop bar isn’t really suitable, this is because you would not be able to insert the box section from the inside and then lock/unlock the door from the outside.

For additional information or questions please call our sales team on 01260 295 996




All our cylinders for single doors are stored in the top of the door frame in a white fabric bag. For double doors the cylinder and key set can be found in one of the boxes of handles supplied.

All our frames come supplied with side channels that are fitted around the outside of the frame. The side channels expand by winding out the fixing bolts which in turn push the side channels outwards allowing you to expand the frame between the two measurements.

All our doors are designed to open outwards which makes them more secure and weather-proof. If you require the door to open inwards you are required to install the frame the opposite way, this does have an effect on the security and weather-proof aspect of the door. We would recommend adding a rain drip to any inward opening doors being installed externally helping to prevent water ingress.

A blanking plate is a sheet of steel used to cover the handle fixing locations that are pre-cut into our multi-point locking door blades. These are only necessary if you don’t require a lever handle to be fitted, we offer these with or without key access.

Stock items are normally dispatched within 5 working days.

None stock custom orders including fire exits are normally dispatched within 4 to 5 weeks

Powder coated orders are normally dispatched within 5 to 6 weeks.

Orders are normally delivered within 24 to 48 hours upon being dispatched and are normally delivered between Monday and Friday between the hours of 09:00 and 17:00.

We do offer collections, this is currently not available online. You would need to contact the office on 01260 295 996 or send an email to [email protected] with your requirements so we can forward a pro forma.