ASSA ABLOY: New products at Feuertrutz

June 27, 2023

Escape door lock 352M: With a holding force under pre-load of up to 5,000N, the escape door lock 352M is the strongest electric strike in the effeff portfolio and offers one of the highest values on the market. The new design improves protection against door tampering and makes unauthorised access more difficult. The normally closed electric strike is characterised by particularly quiet operating noise, and is virtually noiseless when continuously released. Instead of a conventional electric strike latch, a prismatic bolt is used which is fully integrated into the frame. A counterpart sits in the door leaf, a latch lock is not necessary. The counterpart is optionally available with VarioFix: sliding screw holes allow for more individual fastening. The escape door lock is tested according to EltVTR and EN13637 and approved for use in escape and rescue routes. It is particularly suitable for high security requirements such as forensics or noise-sensitive environments.

Planet finger protection cover profile FSA 8800 [S] with great user comfort: Even simpler – even more ingenious: the well-known finger guard range is extended by a new, hinge-side cover profile with innovative fastening technology. Without screw connections, the new cover profile can be installed with a minimum of time and without special expertise. Dismantling, for example if work is required on the door element, is possible without tools. The cover profile is suitable for almost all applications and special cases. Planning is also extremely convenient, as only a few data are required to determine the suitable model.

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