Abloy UK have launched a range of strikes that are quicker and easier to install, as well as aesthetically designed.
The multifunctional new Profix II range means less cutting and removes the need to cut-out from the leading edge of the doorframe, meeting architects' demands for a more aesthetic finish.
Offering a flexible access control solution, the EffEff Profix II range can now be ordered with separate faceplate and body units, with 12 strikes and six plates providing a wide range of combinations.
Steve Martin, Product Manager for Abloy UK, said: "The EffEff Profix II offers a more aesthetically pleasing access control solution than many other products on the market, and offers fail safe and fail secure options. The fail safe variant offers significant energy saving in comparison to a door magnet. Where a magnet draws power continuously while the door is closed, the EffEff Profix II only draws power when the door is in use."
Strikes are available as standard 118 (fail secure), 128 (holding pin) and 138 (fail safe), with fire rated options 143 and 143M (motor version) together with 332 for emergency exits. All faceplates are available for wooden frames at 44mm and 54mm and together with steel frames are offered with or without dead bolt cutouts. The fail locked versions are dual voltage with no need to specify a 12 or 24 voltage.
For more information on Profix II strikes please click on the following link which will take you to the Abloy website http://www.abloy.co.uk/en/abloy/abloy-co-uk/News-Events/News/2011/News-2011/New-strikes-from-Abloy-UK/