Abloy supplies electric locks to Devon County Council

Abloy supplies electric locks to Devon County Council
Door security expert Abloy UK has supplied high security solenoid electric locks to Devon County Council for a secure children’s unit, helping the authority to upgrade its security via a compliant, high-tech locking system. 

The Council was looking for a high-security locking mechanism to be fitted throughout a new refurbishment of an existing unit. Exeter based, Guardian Security was brought in to undertake a survey to establish the best solution to fit the requirement.

Suitable for use in all kinds of access control system, Abloy electric locks ensure freedom of access as well as maintaining the security of each door whilst meeting the requirements of EN179 and EN1125. They are ideal for use in high-security areas and are designed to work in conjunction with access, door automation and hands-free systems.

Sean Monger, Managing Director at Guardian Security said: “We were given a blank canvas for this job as it was a refurbishment so we had the ability to fit the best solution, which in this case was Abloy’s 460 and 560 electric locks.

“This product enables card access control, which the client required, and allows the best security and functionality.” Jon Burke, Marketing Manager at Abloy UK commented: “Devon County Council needed a solution that offered maximum security and functionality. The electric locks used secure the door top and bottom, and conform to all fire regulations, making them the perfect solution. 

“There needs to be real importance placed on the understanding of compliant solutions, not just for security and safety, but also for energy efficiency. Abloy offers a complete range of ‘whole door’ packages and also provides training through its Academy for better understanding and to make things easier for the installer.”

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