New security deadlocks; streamlined panic bar; a new deadlatch; a Codelock system and the UK’s first CE-marked continuous hinges are all new products that will be showcased within themed areas on the Adams Rite stand at Interbuild next month.
Under the ‘Security zone’ banner will be the company’s next generation of security deadlocks, which have achieved EN12209 Grade 6. Plus a new, extremely robust deadlock designed to meet Grade 7with anti-drill performance suitable for use in a BS 3621 locking system.
Codelock, pictured, is a mechanical access control device for aluminium doors. Available with an internal paddle handle or touch bar option, this system conforms to BS EN 179:1998+A1:2001 and BS EN 1125:14997+A1:2001 for emergency exit and panic exit doors. Codelock is suitable for both new and retrofit applications.
‘Safety zone’ will display a new concealed two point exit device locking mechanism that meets the requirements of BS EN 1125 and can be installed in thermally broken commercial door systems. There is also a version for traditional shopfront door systems.
Designed to meet BS EN 12209 and developed for panic and emergency exit applications, the new Deadlatch has Euro profile cylinder operation, separate spindle drive and an easily reversible two-part latchbolt.
Tested to BS EN 1935:2002 Grade 13 and fire tested to BS EN 1634-1:2000, Adams Rite CE-marked continuous hinges are designed for use on high traffic, high impact doors with both a security and a safety requirement, such as entrance and hallway doors in hospitals and secure buildings.
Finally, ‘Accessibility zone’ will contain a selection of standards-compliant and fire-rated door control products including overhead, concealed door closers for commercial aluminium doors.
Visit Adams Rite in Hall 4 on stand G125