Compare AL112AS-M with ACL200/200M  (2)

 
Lock Type
Electric Locks
Electric Locks
Monitoring Status
Monitored
Monitored
Holding Force kN
1,750 kg
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Door Material
Metal, Timber
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Fail-Open/ Fail-Secure
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Fail-Open
Door Open Type
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Sliding, Swing
Door Type
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Interior

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New Disability and Discrimination (2004) legislation now in force has had a profound effect on service providers with regards to accessibility for disabled people to access goods and services. Alpro Hardware (IEC Ltd.), specialists in innovative access solutions and access control systems, is at the forefront of this initiative supplying its automated door systems range of "Swift" operators and accessories. Approached for advice on two Post Office locations, Alpro has recently supplied and installed door access solutions, to comply with the latest requirements of this new act. Swift 02 automatic operators were fitted to main entrance doors to facilitate ease of ingress and egress for customers of the Post office. Keith Parry, Alpro Hardware's Product Manager stated: "With the ever increasing needs and requirements of an ever changing environment, it is vital that Alpro keep abreast of new technologies and legislation. What we have here is just such an example of Alpro's industry knowledge coupled with its extensive access solutions product range facilitating and fulfilling customer needs and expectations."

Alpro Provides Electronic Locking System To Improve Safety Of Blood Transfusions
Alpro Provides Electronic Locking System To Improve Safety Of Blood Transfusions

When technology giant Olympus Osyris developed in conjunction with the UK National Health Service an integrated suite of component modules for improving blood transfusion safety, they turned to Alpro to provide electronic locking to store and track the units of blood.The system known as "Bloodtrak" ensures the right blood is given to the right patient and has been proven in hospitals around the world.  Each fridge and blood safe is locked by an Alpro cabinet lock and each hospital generally uses 4-6 storage units.  Blood transfusion is a complex process and is fraught with opportunities for potential error.  By using Alpro cabinet locks, the blood is electronically locked away and when blood units are required can be traced from source at the touch of a button.Richard Dee, Commercial Operations, Olympus UK, said, "The Alpro product is a perfect product for us because of its size, robustness and standards approvals (CE-BSEN 50081-1 and BSEN 50082-1), plus the price is good."Another example of Alpro working in conjunction with customers and suppliers alike to find innovative solutions to serious problems.

Kings Cross And St. Pancras Station Reconstruction Areas Secured By Alpro
Kings Cross And St. Pancras Station Reconstruction Areas Secured By Alpro

During the major reconstruction and refurbishment of Kings Cross and St.Pancras stations Alpro (part of IEC, Ltd.) were called upon to supply high security access control products to compliment the developments. Alpro supplied solenoid bolts and 8 bit keypads within the development to ensure that areas not open to the public were protected at all times. The Alpro HID prox keypad is a virtually indestructible keypad with a HID reader offering the security industry the best of both worlds. Coupled with the high quality solenoid bolts the overall access control solution was completely cost effective for such a prestigious development as this. Tom Courtney, Alpro's Area Sales Manager, commented: "The client needed a speedy solution which was both high quality and cost effective. With the products supplied here, Alpro were able to achieve both aspects of the initial design brief. Another good example of Alpro's ability to solve client's problems".