Loxal Security has been awarded its third product accreditation from Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative.
The latest award is for the company’s innovative Face Fix Key Safe for temporary on-site key management and access control.
Along with Loxal Security’s Block Lock and Letterbox Keysafe, which have already received SBD accreditation, all three products feature Loxal’s unique IDACS (Intelligent Digital Access Control System) software and have been certified to Sold Secure SS301 bronze standard.
David White, Managing Director, Loxal Security, said: “It is fantastic news that our Face Fix Key Safe has been recognised with a Secured by Design Award, the third of our products to achieve this.
“The common thread through all of our products is our IDACS software, which sits behind all of our digital access solutions, controlling the interface on which end users can enter their personal access code to gain entry or exit to sites or premises.”
The Face Fix Key Safe can be installed in a number of unique ways. It can be installed traditionally into solid substrates, through an entrance door viewer/spy hole or most conveniently of all, with the S-Trap fitting. The S-Trap sits on the hinge side of the door and is locked securely in place when the door is closed.
The S-Trap uses an ultra-strong flexible webbing strap, so it can be installed on all door types including PVC and fire doors. In the event of fire, the sacrificial strap will burn off meaning the key safe does not interfere with the integrity of the fire door.
IDACS products provide access solutions for vacant property, construction site offices, commercial units, domiciliary care, temporary accommodation, hostels, property guardians, student accommodation as well as around the home for cleaners, schoolchildren, carers and builders.
All Loxal Security products are designed and manufactured in the UK.
Chris Thompson or Dan Delaney on: 0800 9172 994
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