Silent Knight die cast metal manual pull stations put quality and peace of mind in easy reach.
A manual pull station doesn't have to be fancy-just tough, reliable and extremely easy to operate. Silent Knight's die cast metal pull stations are all three. they're the high-quality choice for fast, sure initiation of a fire alarm signal.
Our manual pull stations feature rugged, die cast metal construction that lasts and lasts. they're available in single or dual action models. And the Silent Knight PS-SATK and PS-DATK pull stations are UL-Listed, CSFM Approved, and MEA (BSA) Approved. For outdoor use, a weatherproof model is also available. On your next job, make the high-quality choice-Silent Knight manual pull stations.
Die Cast Metal Manual Pull Stations
The PS-SATK manual pull stations feature high-quality, die cast metal construction. They are available in either single or dual action configurations with SPST switch, and terminal strip connections. The normally open contact, which closes when the pull station is activated, is rated for 1 amp, at 125 VAC or 30 VDC. The contacts are gold-plated to avoid risk of corrosion. All models in the series have been tested by UL for compliance to the latest requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
- UL listed.
- CSFM approved.
- MEA (BSA) approved.
- ADA compliant.
- Weatherproof model approved for outdoor use.
- Single or dual action.
- Terminal connections.
- Reset using the same keys as Silent Knight enclosures.
- Surface mount backboxes available.
- High-gloss red enamel finish on die cast metal.
- Corrosion-resistant gold-plated contacts.
The single action pull stations are operated by simply pulling the handle on the front of the Station as far down as it will go, at which point the handle locks into place and is easily visible from up to 50 feet. A scored acrylic break rod is also supplied with each unit for applications where it is necessary. the handle is reset by opening the station with a key, placing the handle in the normal upright position and relocking the station.