Electronic Security

We offer Both Audio and Video/Audio entry systems which can be wired or wireless. In their simplest form they include a single push button Door Station which will communicate with and internal handset. Door stations can be just a push button or include a numeric keypad or have a fob receiver/transmitter capability. The internal receivers range from a simple phone to touch colour monitors which are capable of not only communicating with the person at the door station but also able to unlock several doors from the touch screen.

Also in our range is a state of the art Digiway door operator which conforms to the very latest standards and can conform to all the BS7036 requirements. Whilst being mains operated these systems also have battery backup in case of mains failure which can operate the door for 280 operations. Whilst capable of operating both single and double doors they can also be operated remotely by means of a built in radio receiver.

We have electronically operated locks which are capable of operating on Fire Doors and have a side load rating of 100Kg which is a leader of the industry; it also has a 500Kg holding force which ensures that it is highly secure. In addition we have a whole range of electric locks and solenoid bolts for most applications.

Maglocks are well represented in the range and include regular 300Kg to 500Kg internal and external maglocks together with the associated Z and L brackets as required. We even have handles which are architecturally appealing but incorporate maglocks which provide locking at both top and bottom of the door.

Electronic releases are available from simple fixed jaw rim and mortice releases to adjustable jaw rim and mortice releases to ANSI style release for aluminium doors which can have 25mm or 50mm extended lips (“Mick Jaggers”) attached to them. We also have specialist releases available for deadbolts and panic bar.

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