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Hospital door lock KEYLEX 4000

hospital door lock
hospital door lock
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hospital door

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■ FEATURES OF KEYLEX 4000 No electrical work KEYLEX does not use electricity. so no electrical wiring is required and electrical problems such as power failure, flat battenes And electrical malfunction can be avoided. Quick to change code Changeable the code without taking off lock body from • door. High visibility and durability buttons Buttons are made of ZOC. Fail safe mechanism Even if the latch bolt is broken, latching function works for a while by support plate. Then it informs necessary timing to replace with red marks indication.. Anti-panic function An anti-panic function allows the door to be opened with just one action. High security and weather proof Lever handle is equipped with slipping clutch mechanism to avoid damage and nullifies forceod attack or vandalism from outside Buttons are designed so that the set code can not be identified even after many years of use And a body is designed to keen durability in severe circumstances Changeover to free passage A free passage function can be enabled when using the door frequently, Button trim *Materials Lock body: Aluminium die cast Button- Stainless Steel Lever handle: Zinc die cast ■ Passage function (Free) Passage function remains when door closed Opened freely from inside ' outside by lever handle operation ■ Auto lock Auto locked when door is closed. Unlocked by code buttons operation or emergency key form outside. Dead look Auto locked when door is closed Unlocked by key only from outside (Only available by dead lock type) Inside lever handle and escutcheon. *Materials Body: Zinc die cast Lever handle: Zinc die cast
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