RECENT PRODUCT NEWS
Assa Abloy Abloy Opening Solutions Door Group has launched the new Powershield Rathlin door, which is LPS 2081-certified, and is designed to prevent unauthorised access ‘by various physical security products’ when targeted by intruders using stealth.
Knightsbridge has ‘taken the next step in its lighting evolution’ with the addition of the SpektroLED Tilt downlight to the configurable Knightsbridge SpektroLED series.
Abloy UK is highlighting the functionality of its SMARTair wireless access control solution, which gives Facilities managers full control to lock down access to areas of, or an entire building, quickly and safely in an emergency.
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust has selected Multitone Electronics to supply and implement a range of integrated critical messaging solutions.
Among a raft of new bathroom and sanitaryware products showcased in a digital press conference on 7 April by sanitaryware and bathroom product manufacturer, Delabie – in its case very much targeted at use in healthcare facilities – was the company’s H9768TP Securitherm thermostatic shower mixer.
Abloy UK has launched Assa Abloy’s Incedo Business Mobile Keys, ‘a new type of credential’ that offers ‘secure mobile access, simplified management, and user convenience and efficiency’.
The paper fire logbook, a critical link in the safety of millions of UK buildings, has been ‘updated and made fit for modern safety’, claims digital fire and safety records specialist, Tio Fire Systems, with the launch of its Digital Fire Logbook.
With ‘pinch points’ an area of concern for mental health facilities – both due to the risk of injury, and increased ligature risk – Intastop has launched the Shrouded Full Mortice Hinge ‘to support increased safety' and reduce ligature risk.
The latest version of Remsdaq’s EntroWatch access control software for Entro series door controllers, contactless card readers, and keypads, includes several new features which the company claims ‘help make buildings COVID-19 secure’.
Altecnic, a leading UK supplier of hydronic solutions, has joined up with Guru Systems to launch ‘an industry-first intelligent heating network product’.
One of the NHS Trusts involved in trials of what Safehinge Primera claims is ‘the world’s first full-door ligature alarm’ has praised the device’s effectiveness.
With, it claims, ‘the majority’ of the UK’s acute hospitals, and many overseas, having already invested in a Static Systems Group (SSG) nurse call system, the company has developed two attack alarm solutions that use the same technology platform.
Intastop has launched the 1000AL, an enhanced anti-ligature handrail, as part of its SECURA range of products.