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Modular System

The Stirling range has been designed with a common fixing footprint and key cylinder position, enabling alternative modules to be retrofitted to meet changes of customer requirements.

Performance

Operation

Automatic re-securing upon door closure and complete electric monitoring of the lock status as standard, ensures maximum security at all times. There is a wide choice of exit solutions including; access control, turnknobor key lock release, panic or emergency exit.

Fitting

Supplied as standard for surface fitting, ensuring the fabric strength of the door is maintained.

Stirling Features

Stirling Benefits

Stirling ‘ST122’ access control release centre module dimensions (mm)

Steel template Guide

Slimline provides the renowned Surelock strength and stability required for high performance doors, including:

Security

Fire

Panic Exit

Emergency Exit

Successfully tested on LPS 1175 Security rating 2 and 3 doorsets

Successfully tested on BS 476 part 22:1987 doorsets

Independently type tested to BS EN 1125: 2008, CE marked

Independently type tested to BS EN 179: 2008, CE marked

External key override in case of power failure

An external key override can be provided to cover for the possibility of power failure, with cylinders from most leading manufacturers, or customers own supply, enabling existing suiting requirements to be maintained.