Electric Locks for doors
What choices are available to you if you want to put Electric Locks on your doors.
In the modern world, still locking doors with mechanical means like traditional lever locks and Yale like locks you may think is quite archaic, in some respects this is quite true, even cars these days have electronic brains and even the doors on cars are far more advanced that a lock for your front door. It is crazy that people still thin spending a few quid on a lock for your primary forms of security is still a quid to much, but either way if you want to automate the locking of your front door, here are some top products and tips for the different styles of doors out there.
PVCu doors with their multipoint locks can be quite troublesome and still the industry have not twigged there is a big market for automating UPVC doors. GU has and have had on the market for some time an electric lock specially designed for UPVC doors.
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There is also a whole host of electric locks on the market for wooden doors and one that shouts louder than most is our very own SK251 Electric Lock. One of the great advantages of this lock is the ability for it to be supplied failed locked or fail safe. Also you can fit an Euro Profile Cylinder that at least you can mechanically override the lock should you need to.
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You may already have a Yale type lock on your door, so why not fit a strike that will work in conduction with the lock that is already fitted on the door.
Again these strike are available in a myriad of different styles and voltages, and again in a fail safe and fail secure versions.
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Head of the tech team