ASSA ABLOY has released its new eCLIQ electronic locking system via ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, providing supreme protection and incredibly flexibility for a big range of buildings and facilities.
The eCLIQ system has been created by the global leader in door opening solutions to give high security and resistance to electronic attack, with its renowned technology and advanced microelectronics guaranteeing speedy and secure communication between lock and key.
Meanwhile, the eCLIQ cylinders and programmable keys are strong enough to cope in the most extreme weather conditions.
eCLIQ’s flexibility allows security managers to simply update access authorisations when needed. As well as this, lost eCLIQ keys can be quickly revoked, eliminating time and money spent on changing lock cylinders and re-cutting keys.
Simon Wilson, National Sales Manager for ASSA CLIQ® Remote at ASSA ABLOY, said: “For any organisation needing a powerful locking system, eCLIQ provides a secure, flexible solution, with minimum fuss.
“Another key benefit is that thanks to its integrated lubrication reservoir, an eCLIQ cylinder can remain maintenance-free for up to 200,000 operational cycles. This helps reduce time and costs spent on replacement cylinders.
“It offers a more durable, secure, efficient and flexible locking system than other conventional technologies available on the market.”
Contact ASSA ABLOY EMEA:
ASSA ABLOY EMEA
Communications: Thomas Schulz
Phone: +49 (0) 30 81062970
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