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Technocover to showcase new concepts in access control at Counter Terror Expo 2014
Technocover to highlight its new locks for integrating doors, access covers and cabinets
Technocover will also be highlighting operational features and accessories

With its largest presence yet at CTX, Technocover will be showcasing brand new locks and access control options for integrating doors, access covers, cabinets, kiosks and other high security equipment with access management systems.

Other launches include a new, sustainable and aesthetic lining material option for UltraSecure cabinets and kiosks. The company will also be previewing a new concept in access control for UltraSecure LPCB padlock system doors which can be retrofitted to models already in the field.

Technocover is an LPCB equipment specialist and UK leader in total service solutions for the physical protection of critical national infrastructure (CNI). Based in Welshpool, Mid Wales, it has extensive experience and resources in the delivery of asset hardening programmes, from site surveys to design and manufacture, installation and maintenance.

Managing Director, Michael Miles, said: “As well as being a platform for our state-of-the-art product capability, CTX will be an opportunity to demonstrate the depth and breadth of our ‘Total Service’ support to clients undertaking physical resilience work.”

He adds: “LPCB approved products are core to our offering, but built around this is a host of value adding services that ensure Technocover customers get best value solutions and first class support tailored to their site risk, logistical, operational and commercial needs.”

"CTX will be an opportunity to
demonstrate the depth and breadth
of our ‘Total Service’ support to clients
undertaking physical resilience work"

Technocover will also be highlighting operational features and accessories that ensure security function is complemented by user-friendly design to meet efficiency and health and safety considerations in the workplace.

John Barty of Technocover will be delivering a presentation on ‘Security of Buildings’ as part of the CTX Day One (April 29) seminar programme from 14:30 to 14:55 in the Security Solutions Theatre.

Part of the Ensor Group, Technocover supplies to the public and private sectors, primarily military and government establishments, energy, water, telecommunications and transport, oil and gas processing/distribution, and to commercial and retail projects.

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