Published on 6 May, 2010
|Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies worked with architectural ironmonger Price & Oliver on this project|
Briton door closers, door furniture and lock cases have been supplied along with CISA
cylinder locks for the New Testament Church of God, a £5m new-build church in Birmingham. Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
worked closely with architectural ironmonger Price & Oliver on this project which was designed by Paul Henry Architects. In order to meet the tough specification requirements, Briton 2100 series door controls were used with Briton 5500 lock cases for interior doors and CISA 7500 series patented cylinders. Briton's proven long-term reliability and durability means that specifiers can be confident of its low maintenance, life-cycle performance. Supplied in a matching satin stainless steel finish the combination gives a high aesthetic feel and a sense of continuity and conformity across the scheme as a whole.
The Briton 2100 series is perfect for this type of heavy duty application. They feature fully adjustable power sizes, back check facility and a unique Accufit back plate system for reduced installation time and improved accuracy of fitting. The CE marked range is fully certified to EN 1154 and EN 1634, carries a ten-year guarantee and has been fully tested to 500,000 opening cycles. The Briton 5500 series comprises a comprehensive and matching range of cylinder mortice lock cases, comprising deadlock, sash lock, bathroom lock and latch variants also CE marked and conforming to DIN 18251 and EN 12209.
The CISA 7500 cylinders are ideal for commercial security as they feature a side ‘check pin' which must be raised by the special undercut on the key profile. This feature makes the unauthorised copying of keys virtually impossible as well as a patented 6 Pin key bitting system, which produces over 100,000 key variations.
Full details about the different series are available from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies here