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Slimline has been designed with a common fixing footprint and key cylinder position, enabling alternative modules to be retrofitted to meet changes of customer requirements.
Successfully tested on a wide range of LPS 1175 Security Rating 2, 3, 4 and 5 doorsets
Successfully blast tested on doorsets to meet the protection of the bomb blast standard for ‘Protected Spaces’; ratings ‘C15’ and 'C25’
Successfully tested on doorsets to BS EN 1522:1999
Successfully tested on BS 476 part 22:1987 and EN 1634 doorsets
Independently type tested to BS EN 1125: 2008, CE marked
Independently type tested to BS EN 179: 2008, CE marked
Combination lock release devices provide a choice from leading manufacturers of mechanical
and electronic combination lock entry, with automatic bolting upon door closure (refer
to the Self-
Supplied as standard for surface fitting, ensuring the fabric strength of the door is maintained for fitting to steel, timber and composite doors.
Slimline ‘SL335’ combination lock release centre module dimensions (mm) L/H shown.
Slimline provides the renowned Surelock strength and stability required for high performance doors, including: