11 March 2015

Wireless lock technology incorporated in university access control system

HafenCity University’s new access control system has been incorporated with ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio wireless lock technology Located on the southern bank of the Grasbrook. a redevelopment area in Hamburg, HafenCity’s new university establishment has been built for use by over 2,000 students and 460 members staff. The new building includes seminar rooms, laboratories and offices[…]

  • 11 March 2015

20 February 2015

New access control system from Abloy UK

Abloy UK has launched its latest access control system, OPTIMA The OPTIMA range features handle escutcheons, wall readers, locker locks, energy savers, battery operated lock cases, lift control, electronic cylinders and panic hardware. It is available in four different platforms, including software and non-software based access control. The system can be worked through a web-based[…]

  • 20 February 2015

10 February 2015

CLIQ security system updated by Abloy

Abloy UK has worked to improve its CLIQ security system by enhancing and adding features to its PROTEC2 CLIQ Key and Cylinder Users are able to remove lost or stolen keys from Abloy’s CLIQ system. The system also provides audit trails on cylinders and padlocks. Its memory capacity has been revised to enable users to[…]

  • 10 February 2015

06 February 2015

Aperio wireless lock technology designed to be cost-effective

Aperio wireless lock technology has been designed to enable locks to function by battery A lock that includes ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio wireless lock technology is powered by lithium battery. Therefore, unlike magnetic locks, they do not need to be connected to the mains. Because of this, the locks are not being continuously powered throughout periods[…]

  • 06 February 2015

04 February 2015

Biomedical Center protected by Aperio wireless lock technology

Aperio wireless lock technology has been installed in the Biomedical Center, which will carry out research on organ replacement and regeneration The facility’s new doors have been fitted with ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio E100 and E100 Premium escutcheons, in addition to EL160 electric strikes. The Aperio Technology enables access control providers to integrate non-wired doors with mechanical locks[…]

  • 04 February 2015

29 January 2015

ASSA ABLOY UK brands UNION and Yale at The Hardware Show 2015

ASSA ABLOY UK brands UNION and Yale at The Hardware Show 2015 Representatives from both brands will exhibit on stand H8, at the event held at Citywest Hotel, Dublin from 15th to 16th February, offering some hands-on experience with some of their most popular products. The Hardware Show 2015 Representatives from ASSA ABLOY UK brands[…]

  • 29 January 2015

27 January 2015

Demystifying fire safety legislation for multiple occupied houses

The size, layout and occupants of a building are the most important considerations for anyone designing a fire detection system, and are usually the key indicators of which legislation the system must comply with. BS 5839: Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems BS 5839, for example, is the British Standard for Fire Detection and Fire[…]

  • 27 January 2015

12 January 2015

Security door from Abloy approved by LPCB

The new Abloy Door provides access control and security Fire rated to standards BS 479 Part 22 and EN 1634-1:2000, the Abloy security door has been manufactured with an EL160 Mechanical Lock Case with automatic deadlocking and a Lever Handle Set. The door-set has also been constructed with a Panic Bar and Protec2 Euro Profile[…]

  • 12 January 2015

06 January 2015

Padlocks from Abloy achieve UK-first standard

LPCB certification has been awarded to padlocks from Abloy Abloy’s Series 6 range has gained a UK first for padlocks, achieving LPS 1654 Issue 1 SR Level 4 from the LPCB. Working within the Building Research Establishment (BRE) and alongside government and industry suppliers, the LPCB sets out guidelines that ensure security products operate to[…]

  • 06 January 2015

18 December 2014

The right security and access control measures for asset protection

External security Security against the risk of burglary can be an extremely challenging task. There may be a number of access points to protect, and whatever measures are in place must not prevent the safe access and egress for the occupants of the building. A recent survey carried out by the Home Office1 uncovered some[…]

  • 18 December 2014