Washroom Washroom‘s washroom accessories collection now features smartLOK, an innovative new cubicle lock which can be seen at the new Saneux showroom in Clerkenwell.
smartLOK sees high quality mechanics meet electronics to allow the user to lock and unlock the cubicle door just with one touch.
Simply pressing the handle activates the contact plate to lock or unlock the door smoothly.
With a variety of handle choices, all designed with the user in mind, smartLOK adds an extra dimension to any washroom or changing area.
The stylish lock looks like a door handle from the outside rather than a traditional bolt indicator, providing a plethora of new possibilities for architects and designers.
The new lock can be fitted quickly, similar to a standard lock and as an added safety feature, the lock set has been designed so the lock plate will break off cleanly should the door have to be forced open in an emergency.
The lock plate section can then be easily replaced and clicked on to the cubicle door, meaning little fuss and expense.
Washroom Washroom Ltd.
Units 1-10 Hill Farm
Essex RM4 1TU
Phone: 0800 999 8888
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