Glutz with numerous innovations at the BAU trade fair in Munich

April 13, 2023

The Glutz value proposition includes innovative electronic access systems, a fittings portfolio consisting of high-quality stainless steel design lines as well as custom-cast handles and fittings from the Glutz manufactory. This means that there are practically no limits to the demands and design freedom of architects, builders, planners and fabricators. At the BAU trade fair in Munich, 17-22 April 2023, the Swiss manufacturer will be presenting several new products and solutions from the areas of locks, fittings, digital access and door automation.

New mortise locks in Swiss and DIN dimensions

More convenience and security with the new mortise locks for the DACH market. The new lock generation is easily interchangeable and offers permanent security with many functions. Existing doors can be easily retrofitted with the new self-locking locks without extensive conversion work. Following the market launch of the first series, the manually lockable panic and latch locks as well as the 2-leaf full panic versions with self-locking are now also available.

Superior fittings in plastic-free packaging

With the Superior fittings line, the Swiss manufacturer offers a comprehensive fittings portfolio for solid leaf doors especially for the German market. The sets allow different door thicknesses and hinge directions to be covered with just one product. The Superior range also scores in terms of sustainability: the packaging does not require any plastic at all. Six elegant lever handle designs are available and convince with easy installation and durable quality with service class 4 and a durability of 1 million test cycles. They are available with spring function in accordance with EN1906 and fire resistance in accordance with DIN 18273. Superior extends the existing Comfort line of fittings.

New lever handle rose with innovative technology for permanent lever handle positioning

The new 5620C lever handle rose and 5380C key escutcheon with invisible clipping ensure an elegant appearance. The integrated spring retention ensures that the lever handles are always perfectly positioned. This makes it suitable for use in upmarket residential buildings, offices and administrative buildings, as well as in schools and retirement homes. The spring-loaded high position reliably ensures the handle position even with heavy handles and thus preserves the visual standard of the building in the long term. With the optimised rotatable fixed bearing – Glutz easyfix – the force does not act on the lock but directly on the door. In addition, Glutz easyfix offers reliable pull-off protection.

eAccess Mobile and Cloud turns the smartphone into a key

With eAccess Mobile and the Cloud solution, doors can now also be opened by smartphone. eAccess Mobile is backwards compatible and also works with already installed Glutz eAccess systems. The app is available for Android as well as Apple smartphones. With the second generation of e-cylinders, Glutz also presents mechanical and electronic innovations as well as a refined ergonomic design. Thanks to optimised installation and quick battery replacement, the new e-cylinders are particularly suitable for retrofitting in residential and commercial buildings.

New swing door operators in partnership with Gilgen Door Systems

The demand for security, convenience and hygiene is constantly growing, and it is precisely for this purpose that Glutz offers a convenient complete package for door automation. Automatic door systems ensure obstacle-free movement throughout the building and, when it comes to hygiene, are an ideal solution for implementing protection concepts. The new Glutz swing door operators are available in four versions and ensure smooth installation, low maintenance and simple operation. In combination with the proven Glutz products, all components for door automation are available from a single source in Switzerland.

You can experience these and other innovations at the Glutz stand at Bau, World’s Leading Trade Fair for Architecture, Materials, Systems, 17 – 22 April 2023 | Messe München, Hall B4, Stand 121

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