TDSi Launches Ancillary Products Range
Access control specialist TDSi has launched a comprehensive range of ancillary products. Complementing the company's proven range of access control systems, this new, high quality range of locking products and accessories has been developed to provide a complete ‘one stop shop' for security installers.
Commenting on the launch, TDSi's Product Manager, Duncan Gooch said: "Earlier this year, we undertook an in-depth customer research programme to identify areas where our range could be enhanced. One potential area that was clearly identified was ancillary products, with customers asking us to provide a range to complement our existing systems, which would allow them to buy a much broader range of products from just a single trusted source."
"This range has been assembled in direct response to those requests. Developed to our exacting quality, value and performance standards, it combines with our established systems to deliver a comprehensive product portfolio to cover the vast majority of application requirements".
The range includes magnets, electric strikes, bolts and shear locks for a wide number of applications, as well as a complete suite of ancillary items to cover the vast majority of project and installation needs: request to exit buttons, break glass units and door loops, as well as a range of high-quality power supply units.
From micro magnets to secure a small cupboard door, through to mortice mounted magnetic shear locks, each product in the range is manufactured to the same high quality standards and is supplied with a comprehensive one year warranty.
Duncan concluded: "We're delighted to be offering a true ‘one stop shop' service, and judging by the response we've had so far, so too are our customers."
For more information, contact Duncan Gooch on +44(0)1202 724 950, Duncan.Gooch@tdsi.co.uk, or visit TDSi's homepage.
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