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Security locks on display at Scottish police exhibition

Pickersgill-Kaye : 20 August, 2008  (New Product)
Class 1 Cell Lock from Pickersgill-Kaye to be exhibited at Police and Public Service Suppliers exhibition in the Scottish city of Glasgow
Security locks on display at Scottish police exhibition
Pickersgill-Kaye will exhibit a number of its locking solutions for high security applications at the Association of Police and Public Service Suppliers (APPSS) exhibition in Glasgow in September.
The Leeds based engineering company, which is quickly making its mark with the design and supply of locks for the custodial sector, will display its range of mechanical and electromechanical locks suitable for police custody suites, detention centres and prisons.

Already, the Kaye Class 1 Cell Lock has been selected for use in the new custody suite at Cleveland Police Headquarters in Middlesbrough, and at other new custodial developments throughout the UK. The company is also currently fulfilling a number of overseas orders.

The 8 lever Kaye Class 1 lock meets the demanding requirements of the SS317 standard: A Specification for Locks for Custodial Doors. This internationally respected custodial security specification accurately measures the lock's resistance to wilful damage, physical security, ergonomics, cyclic testing and performance in a hostile environment.

The innovative K-Interactive electromechanical locking solution, which was developed in conjunction with Belfast based software specialists Core Systems (NI) Ltd, will also be on display at the exhibition. K-Interactive is operated by Core's OneTouch electronic control technology, and the solution's features and benefits will be demonstrated via a touch screen monitor.

Alongside its custodial locks, Pickersgill-Kaye will also exhibit another of its latest developments -a perimeter gate lock for the protection of national critical infrastructure assets and areas which need to restrict and control access. The robust, heavy duty lock has addressed the issue of corrosion and resulting unreliability and offers significantly longer life than anything else on the market, along with increased reliability. It can be interfaced with existing access control systems and linked to CCTV.

John Moore, Pickersgill-Kaye's Business Development Manager for Security and Engineering products said: 'Visitors will be able to see our full range of locks which are designed and manufactured in the UK to the highest standards available. We can offer a complete commercial packaging of custodial solutions - backed up by our high quality service and support so customers can select Pickersgill-Kaye products with confidence.'
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