UNION will be exhibiting its range of door opening solutions at the first annual Lockex exhibition, which is scheduled to take place at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena in September.
Visitors will be encouraged to interact with many of UNION’s products, including its StrongBOLT range of British Standard 5 lever mortice locks.
Developed to meet the security needs of home insurance policies, StrongBOLT complies with the requirements of BS3621:2007. At Lockex, UNION’s team will educate visiting locksmiths on the benefits of the range; by utilising StrongBOLT, they can save time on installation without compromising on quality.
The stand will also display UNION’s Eximo range of Panic and Emergency Exit devices: emergency push pads, panic latches and bolts, and outside access products with lever and knob variants have been specifically designed to meet the security requirements of its customers.
The company’s Codehandle will also be on display, demonstrating an appealing combination of access control and convenience.
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