As one of the most recognised lock brands in the domestic and commercial market, Fullex was pleased to unveil its latest development – an electronic locking system, at this year’s MLA Expo at The International Centre, Telford (4-6th October).
The exhibition presented a valuable opportunity to gauge the market’s response to the prototype electronic lock, before its launch in January 2020. Aimed at standard multi-point locks requiring a lifting motion to lock the door, it is designed for new doors and retro-fitting into existing ones.
National sales director for UAP, Barry Halpin says: “The show was a success. We received positive feedback on the Fullex brand, with one locksmith saying that the products were too good, never breaking down, and that he didn’t come across them for repair!
“The undoubted star of the show was the prototype electronic lock. Visitors and existing customers loved its simplicity and were impressed with the amount of access options that will be available in the future. The uPVC Universal Repair Lock also went down very well, with many commenting on the design and build quality coupled with the extremely competitive price point.”
Fullex also launched its new Direct Fix Double Door Lock, based on the respected Crimebeater 220 Pro lock, at the master locksmith exhibition. Designed to fit directly into the edges of an over-rebated timber or composite double door set, the double door lock has a 10-year guarantee and is Secured by Design approved.