Surelock McGill design locks to meet specific situations and environments. This section contains a selection of these locks that have found a wider market and may well provide a solution to a problem that you need to overcome. For example:
Run-out protection Designed primarily for the retail trade, this places a delay on the operation of a panic exit. It will hinder break out from an emergency exit long enough for a thief to be apprehended by staff. The device is linked to the fire alarm system to override the delay in the case fire and is endorsed by many UK fire authorities.
Shared access Legislation requires that authorised service providers have access to certain telecom exchange equipment. The lock enables an exchange owner to provide equipment room access to authorised keyholders (using their chosen key manufacturer and suiting arrangement) while maintaining normal security levels through the exchange building. Twin-locking This lock incorporates two independently operated deadlocks enabling, for example:
Twin-locking This lock incorporates two independently operated deadlocks enabling, for example:
Lock down for the prevention of access by normally authorised personnel.
Dual attendance, for access to armouries or hazardous materials.
Cashiers office This enables a cashier carrying goods that they do not want to release to unlock and open the door with one hand. The system automatically resecures on door closure. It provides an emergency exit from the inside at all times.
Custom Locks comprise
Multipoint devices: Slimline products, espagnolette mullions, hook locks and devices for special blast applications.
Single-point devices. Ribble and Tamar security class 4 locks, Fraser Bar and the Stirling lock.
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