Low Energy Locks

Low Energy Locks named sustainable building product of the year

  • 20 Dec 2016

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Abloy’s range of Low Energy Locks has won the company the Gaia Award for sustainable building products at Big 5 in Dubai.

Connecting suppliers and buyers of construction equipment and products from across the globe, the Big 5 in Dubai is the largest industry event in the Middle East.

The Gaia Awards pay tribute to products that have embraced the concept of moving towards a more sustainable built environment.

Abloy Low Energy Locks

On its stand, ASSA ABLOY showcased its Low Energy Locks, which have been designed to combine high energy with ecological operation. As energy is only used when the status of the lock is changed, the system boasts a low current consumption.

The locks have a wide voltage range and are suitable for use in a number of situations. They have been designed to offer swift, easy access and security, in addition to reducing the overall energy consumption and carbon footprint of the building in which they are installed.

The Low Energy Locks were granted the Gaia Award for sustainable construction products, following numerous nominations from visitors to the exhibition. As sustainability concerns all of its processes, Abloy was thrilled to receive international acclaim in arena where sustainability is key.

Contact:

Abloy UK,
Portobello Works,
School Street,
Willenhall,
West Midlands,
WV13 3PW

Phone: 01902 364500
Fax: 01902 364501

Visit Abloy UK's website

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