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Tandem Locking - Shared Services
Multiple Key Access
In this configuration the Slimline system can be unlocked by one of a number of different keys. This solution is typically used where two or more organisations require independent access to secure facilities. A cylinder can be incorporated into the lock for each organisation. A solenoid can also be included to provide an interface with an access control system.
A multiple choice of entry to support shared services
A choice of turnknob, panic or emergency exit release
Three 15mm hardened steel bolts each with a throw of 25mm
Automatic re-securement upon door closure
Slimline devices are successfully tested to high levels of Security, Fire, Blast and Ballistic protection and tested to over a million cycles.
Suitable for doors up to 2,200mm tall, over height extensions are available for taller doors. The supplied steel core fixings and bolt keeps are suitable for an outward opening door hung in a timber frame and a concrete floor.
Enhancements available include electric monitoring of the lock status, a choice of registered cylinders and cylinder guards, plus additional horizontal bolts if further attack resistance is required, (see Additional Features below).
The following options are available for this package and are specified by appending the option code/s to the package code.
Surelock’s aspirations to provide customers with the correct solution to meet an ever expanding complexity of operational requirements have once again proven to be successful. If you have a specific operational requirement, no matter how complex, we are pleased to provide a solution.
Multiple Key Access
The cylinders used can be chosen from most manufacturers so the individual keys can comply with existing key suiting or other preferences of the individual organisations. This coupled with the provision of access control enables independent access to secure facilities while maintaining the access/security preferences of the participating organisations.