- Ensure high efficiency and reliable operation
- Stay safe and secure
- Keep your doors in good working condition
- All works carried out by fully qualified and experienced service engineers
Cylinders & Padlocks Key Features
Either five or six pin security
Digital, electromechanical or mechanical options
Varying cylinder shapes and lengths to suit requirements
Non-standard finishes (such as bronze, black etc.)
Thoroughly tested solutions that comply with regulations and performance standards
ASSA and Abloy cylinders assembled or built by our in house team
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Frequently Asked Questions
What locks should I have on my front door?<br />
Your insurance company will usually confirm their security requirements, to you. Locks should be certified to British Standard BS 3621, BS 8621 or BS 10621 and will display the BSI Kite Mark and relevant standard. Locks for PVC-U and composite doors (when multi-point) should meet the minimum requirement set out in PAS 3621, PAS 8621 and PAS 10621.
Lock cylinders should meet the requirements of BS EN 1303:2015 Key related security Grade 5 and Attack resistance Grade 2. Technical specifications SS 312 and TS 007 are to be used when doors are at risk of cylinder attack and may be a requirement by some authorities. Cylinders that are Sold Secure Diamond rated have been subject to an extensive attack test and offer a significant security upgrade to any door that requires a Euro cylinder. We recommend that for retro fit security upgrades, SS312
Diamond cylinders should be used as a cylinder change only solution or a TS 007 one star rated cylinder combined with a two star rated handle or a TS 007 three star rated cylinder (either TS 007 solution must achieve a total of three stars to be effective against attack).
Is there a risk to lost keys at my workplace?
Lost keys present a significant risk to the security of the building, it’s occupants and their contents. Where a mechanical locking system is installed we advise that you change the lock for new, with a different set of keys. If master or sub-master keys have been mislaid you should replace the locks under it’s control – this may result is a completely new master key system being installed..
In cases of regular losses, you should consider an electromechanical or digital cylinder system. These systems allow electronic master-keying and reprogramming, and the immediate removal of any key that is lost, mislaid or stolen. The security of your building and it’s occupants is protected.