Codelocks Inc., a renowned access control company that designs and distributes innovative, keyless door locks and access solutions, announces an ISO-certified photocatalytic coating which, when applied to Codelocks’ products, offers enhanced protection against viruses, bacteria, germs, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other environmental toxins. Clean by Codelocks is a clear, durable coating that utilizes a process called photocatalytic oxidation, allowing for the coating to react to light and convert harmful bacteria and germs into a non-toxic compound, resulting in a clean and hygienic surface. The coating is resistant to chemical cleaners and provides enhanced, active protection against bacteria. Requiring enhanced protection This photocatalytic coating can be applied easily to all products in the Codelocks range" “With the new year on the horizon, many offices, schools and hotels are planning how they can reopen safely,” said Matt Welty, Vice President, Americas at Codelocks. “By offering this antibacterial coating that has proven capable of eliminating COVID-19 in minutes, leaders and managers of these high-traffic facilities can keep their buildings safe. This photocatalytic coating can be applied easily to all products in the Codelocks range.” Industries requiring enhanced protection against the spread of viruses, bacteria and germs would greatly benefit from Clean by Codelocks. It should also be used in conjunction with existing cleaning and sanitization processes. Customers visiting the Codelocks website are able to opt for the new coating simply by ticking a checkbox next to the chosen product. Disinfection strategy Clean by Codelocks is a brand name operated by Codelocks Inc. to describe products that have been treated with the LumaCleanTM Multipurpose Photocatalytic Coating manufactured by USA Nanocoat, the manufacturer. All test results, certifications and claims are those applied for or of the manufacturer. Clean by Codelocks should be not be considered a replacement for an overall cleaning and disinfection strategy.
Codelocks Inc., an access control company that designs and distributes innovative, keyless door locks and access solutions, introduces its newest KitLock by Codelocks product, the KL1100 KeyPad. This standalone lock shares a similar design and powered latch as the recently released contactless, smart card-accessible KL1100 RFID, yet maintains the traditional code keypad and features available in KitLock products. Multi-Occupancy applications Utilizing the same versatility and flexibility found in all Codelocks’ products, the KL1100 KeyPad can be operated in two distinct functions. The Public Function is suitable for short-term, multi-occupancy applications such as gyms, hotels and hospitals. The KL1100 KeyPad is the perfect addition to our KitLock by Codelocks range of products The Private Function is best for individual users, such as students or employees that require regular access to a personal locker, for example. The KL1100 KeyPad offers an optional pull handle, and when equipped with, the lock is fully compliant with all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). “The KL1100 KeyPad is the perfect addition to our KitLock by Codelocks range of products,” said Matt Welty, Vice President, Codelocks Americas. ADA-Compliant lockers “The product enhancements make this the ideal solution for managing large quantities of lockers or someone looking to improve their spaces with a sleek, modern design. Also, there is currently a void in the market for fully ADA-compliant lockers and cabinet locks, and with the added benefit of the KL1100 KeyPad pull handle, Codelocks now fills that void.” The KL1100 KeyPad is straightforward to install and a simple retrofit to the popular KL1000 footprint and is available in a metallic silver or gloss black finish. It is easy to operate and features a powered latch that enables intuitive ‘push shut’ closing, enhancing the customer experience.
Codelocks Inc., an access control company that designs and distributes innovative, standalone keyless door locks and access products, announces a strategic partnership with Tether Technologies, a developer and manufacturer of digital tethering solutions for master keys and access cards. The challenge in the industry is to prevent keys from being lost while on the job, Tether Technologies’ focuses on ways to address and resolve human error associated with master key loss. In 2015 Tether Technologies developed Gravity®, the only industrial-grade, digital tethering device that electronically ties keys to its user to remain in the proximity of the tether. Gravity works by linking cards/keys via an electronic signal to avoid keys being lost from the start. Upon breaching the approximately 20-foot radius – distance may vary depending on the building or wireless interference – Gravity’s unique alarm, vibration and strobe light are triggered to alert users to quickly retrace steps to recover the key unit. Complete key management solution We are committed to this product and uniting both of our key management technologies to help individuals" When combined with Key Secure by Codelocks, a key control cabinet that utilizes coded access to authorized persons, it becomes a fully comprehensive solution. The key cabinet will store and manage keys, while Gravity helps to prevent those keys – when removed from the cabinet – from the risk of being misplaced. To connect keys, the user simply presses a button and lifts the Key Unit up and out from the Belt Unit. Once removed, Gravity activates and the Key Unit flashes once, indicating it is now in electronic communication with the Belt Unit. “We understand the importance of having a complete key management solution, including preventing the potentially extreme cost associated with losing master keys,” states Matt Welty, general manager for Codelocks Inc. “We are committed to this product and uniting both of our key management technologies to help more individuals, campuses and businesses with their security systems.” Standard equipment protocol “We are excited to partner with Codelocks, a global company that is well-known and respected in the industry,” said Randy Neely, founder of Tether Technologies, Inc. “As the number of lost master keys continues to increase in an array of environments across the country, the joint presence of Codelocks and Gravity will allow this advanced solution to become standard equipment protocol in the world’s largest facilities.”
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