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Architectural Aesthetics Incorporated Into Locking Hardware

Dortronics : 26 July, 2011  (New Product)
Push plates, key switches and magnetic locks from Dortronics available with custome finishes to meet building design requirements
Architectural Aesthetics Incorporated Into Locking Hardware

Security contractors can now supply locking hardware to match architectural requirements without delaying the project.  Dortronics Systems, Inc. offers the complete line of magnetic locks, push buttons and key switches in special finishes such as polished or brushed chrome or brass as well as color anodized aluminum, combining aesthetic appeal with security and functionality.  The company’s fast order fulfillment turn-around also assures installers will get what they need fast to avoid installation delays.

Dortronics' robust and well-built product line is available in custom finishes, in almost any color or even with text engravings to complement any décor, including the most ornate lobby doors and grand entryways. Dortronics' available range of configurations and mounting options ensures a perfect fit.

“The functionality of our magnetic locks, push buttons and other system components are a given, but we also frequently hear from customers who are concerned with maintaining aesthetic appeal, especially in an elegant environment or a decorated lobby,” said John FitzPatrick, president of Dortronics Systems, Inc. “The flexibility of our manufacturing processes enables us to customize our products to meet each customer's exact needs, whether related to functionality or visual appeal.”

Dortronics currently has the 5286 series push plates, 5287 series heavy duty buttons, 5140 series key switches, and 1100 series magnetic locks stocked in custom finishes.

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