Krieger Specialty Products
705 SCIF Door and Lock Package
Door and Lock All in One Box
DOOR & SLIP-IN FRAME
100% ICD 705 Certified
SCIF Sound Groups 3 and 4
Fully ADA Compliant
CHOICE OF LOCKING DEVICE
Sargent & Greenleaf or Lockmasters
Overview
One Complete Solution and 100% ICD 705 Certified
Krieger’s 705 SCIF Door and Lock Package meets SCIF Sound Groups 3 and 4 standards, and comes installed with a Sargent & Greenleaf or Lockmasters locking device. Now available with the option to configure the complete package with radio frequency (RF) 40 dB protection.
Door and Slip-In Frame
Krieger offers two different door panels and the corresponding frame depending upon your needs.

SCIF Sound Group 3 or 4
Krieger’s 1 ¾" thick SCIF compliant acoustical door panel is designed to meet the regulations of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center.


Variable Depth Frame
Krieger’s slip-in frame comes in two options to work with wall constructions of varying type and size. One is for walls 6 ¼" thick or less and the other is for larger wall constructions of 6 ¼" or more.
We offer the following 705 SCIF Door and Lock Package performance options:
SCIF Sound Group 3
SCIF Sound Group 4
SCIF Sound Group 3 with RF 40 dB Protection
SCIF Sound Group 4 with RF 40 dB Protection
Locking Device
Krieger’s trained hardware installers pre-mount the locking device as part of your complete package, saving you time at the job site.


Entry Door Options
Krieger offers two locking device options with the 705 SCIF Door and Lock Package, which are integral to the product’s 705 certification.*

Choose between the Sargent & Greenleaf (FF-L-2890C) or Lockmasters (FF-L-2890B) locks, which both come with a GSA-approved combination digital dial (Kaba X-10).

*Note: To be 705 certified, the locking device must meet the FF-L-2890 standard.



Secondary Exit Door
For rooms that have a secondary egress, which only requires an internal panic bar, Krieger offers the Von Duprin 98-EO-ALK-F locking device.

There is no additional hardware on the outside of the secondary exit door.
New! Radio Frequency and TEMPEST
Krieger now offers the option to add radio frequency 40 dB protection, allowing the 705 SCIF Door and Lock Package to be used in RF areas as well as TEMPEST facilities.
Access Control
With a wide range of access control options—everything from regular mechanical keys to key cards to push-button control pads—Krieger can install the locking device with the access control option you prefer.
ADA Compliant Door Sizes
Krieger’s 705 SCIF Door and Lock Package meets the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) threshold requirement of ½" without portable ramps, allowing it to be used in any location.
Both 705 models comply with ADA door opening size standards as follows:
SCIF Sound Group 3 or 4
3'0" x 7'0"
SCIF Sound Group 3 or 4 with RF 40 dB Protection*
3'1" x 7'0"
*Due to the RF stop size the opening is increased to meet ADA clear opening width requirements.
Custom sizes are available with a longer production time. Contact a sales representative for more information.
One-Stop Customer Service
If you have any questions or an issue with your 705 SCIF Door and Lock Package, Krieger handles all of the customer service support for the complete package—everything from the door frame to the locking device.

Warranty Information
The Krieger door panel and frame come with Krieger’s 10-Year Manufacturer’s Guarantee. Each locking device comes with its own manufacturer’s warranty. See Tech Specs for Details
Life Safety Exit
Exit hardware includes either a lever handle or a panic bar in accordance with 705 Standards. Depending on the type of exit hardware needed, the two locking devices come in different models. The lever design complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
705 Standards include:

Type II
FF-L-2890 Locking Device with Lever
Type IV
FF-L-2890 Locking Device with Panic Bar
The 705 Specification Explained
Door and Lock Package Options
SCIF Door and Slip-In Frame
CHOOSE THE SPECIFICATION NEEDED FOR YOUR PROJECT
SCIF Sound
Group 3
Ships in 15 to 20 business days
SCIF Sound
Group 4
Ships in 15 to 20 business days
SCIF Sound
Group 3
with RF 40 db
Ships in 6 weeks
SCIF Sound
Group 4
with RF 40 db
Ships in 6 Weeks

Locking Device
CHOOSE THE BRAND THAT FITS YOUR NEEDS
Sargent & Greenleaf
Meets Federal Specification FF-L-2890C

Certifications: NFPA 101 Life Safety,
UL 305, BHMA, UL Fire 10B and 10C

GSA-Approved Combination Lock
Digital Dial (Kaba X-10)
Lockmasters
Meets Federal Specification FF-L-2890B

Certifications: NFPA 101 Life Safety,
UL 305, BHMA, UL Fire 10B and 10C

GSA-Approved Combination Lock
Digital Dial (Kaba X-10)
Secondary Exit Door Option
Von Duprin 98-EO-ALK-F Locking Device
This locking device is a heavy-duty panic bar with a smooth mechanism case.
Latch Bolt
Deadlocking latchbolt: Automatically deadlocks the main latch bolt when the door is closed.
Alarm
Alarmed 24/7 and provides local audible annunciation when opened. The horn is rated at 85 decibels. Includes both a 24VDC Input and External Inhibit standard.
Exterior
No exterior trim. No additional hardware on the outside of the secondary exit door.

Life Safety Exit
CHOOSE THE EGRESS HARDWARE
Lever
705 Standard Type II
ADA-compliant release handle on interior

Access Control
Secondary locking option:
Access control system or mechanical keys

Keyed Cam Lock
Interior bolt blocking on retracted 2740B
Panic Bar
705 Standard Type IV
Single-push panic bar combined with dial lock

Access Control
Secondary locking option:
Access control system or mechanical keys

Keyed Cam Lock
Interior bolt blocking on retracted 2740B

Complete Package
EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN ONE BOX
Door Panel
Slip-In Frame
Cam Lift Hinges
Threshold
Locking Device
Closer
Seal System
Door Bottom

Installation Bundle
Installation Instructions
Thermafiber Sound Insulation
Shop Drawings
Anchor Bolts and Fasteners
Acoustical or EMI Caulk
Complete Set of Metal Shims
“The knowledge and patience demonstrated by each member of the Krieger team, from quote to completion and every step in between, was immeasurable. Team members across all departments maintained constant communication via email and phone to ensure that we were satisfied with the products and service and always made themselves available throughout the process to answer questions or offer feedback.”
—Bill Hays, Atlass Hardware Corp.