A cylinder is a lock mechanism that uses pins of varying lengths to prevent the lock from opening without the correct key. Master Key System allows you to provide specified access to particular areas of a building with one key. A Master Key System works like a hierarchy, providing access to different key holders, building owners, facilities managers or key members of staff.
A lockcase is the hardware and components that make up the locking or latching mechanism that can be found on a door.
A panic exit device, is a device which allows a number of people to exit a building quickly should an emergency situation arise.
A digital cylinder is a lock mechanism that uses electronics to prevent the lock from opening without the correct key. A key for a digital cylinder can be a transponder, a card, or a smartphone.
A digital door handle is a door handle with a lock mechanism that uses electronics to prevent the lock from opening without the correct key. A key for a digital lock can be a transponder, card, phone or a numerical code
Wall readers and terminals are used to open doors digitally and to programme transponders/access cards.
Apps & software are used to manage your access control solution or to open a digital lock.
Locks designed to secure furniture such as lockers, cabinets and mailboxes.
A digital furniture lock is the hardware and components that make up the electronic locking mechanism on a piece of furniture such as locker, cabinet, and mailbox. You can open a digital furniture lock with a transponder.
An anti-tilt system is a mechanism which prevents the user from opening a cabinet drawer when another within the same unit is already open. The aim of this system is to prevent the cabinet from falling forward due to the weight of the open drawers.
Trapped key interlocking is a system of sequential control of equipment and machinery to ensure safe operation.
Panic hardware is a door especially made for emergency situations. The door can be opened by pushing the bar/handle down.
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