Electronic locks for industry
20 Jun 2018
Security is often a primary concern for many businesses in most industries and electronic code locks and kit locks can be an excellent way of ensuring that optimum safekeeping is achieved for sensitive information and staff belongings. In this article, we’ll take a look at the different variations of electronic locks and their uses in industrial applications.
Electronic lock manufacturing
Electronic code locks, or kit locks, can be manufactured in many different forms, each of them designed to offer maximum security features for a given application. Here at Lowe & Fletcher Inc, we offer a range of code locks for applications such as enclosures, locks for lockers, medical and office furniture and postal facilities.
A digital padlock for medical and office furniture
As personal data restrictions tighten, the need for secure electronic locks in the work place is ever increasing. Designed to be integrated in both metal and wooden office and medical furniture, these modern locking systems are specifically designed to ensure the safety of patient notes and confidential papers. In addition to this, the electronic locking systems are able to offer security for important consignment such as medicine.
An electronic cabinet lock for enclosures
These versatile locking systems can also be used on a range of enclosures, across multiple industries. From commercial refrigeration to alarm systems and meter boxes, many of our electronic locks can be used with the RAS system, and all come with a steel override key. An excellent benefit of this is that there is no loss of keys or potential security breaches during staff changeover and the combination can be changed with ease.
An electrical lock for lockers
Securing staff, student or customer belongings is an important and necessary task. With conventional lockers with keys, replacing the key is a costly exercise and an unwanted expense for any business. Advanced programmable locking systems offer a keyless solution that delivers longevity at places of work, leisure facilities and educational institutions.
Automated parcel delivery systems
The postal industry has developed a considerable amount over the years with the rapid expansion of deliveries via the internet. Ensuring the safety of delivered goods is of vital importance to both the consumer and the business sending the goods. A cost-effective way of negotiating these demands is by implementing electronic code locking systems that allow drivers to deliver packages securely and with remote access.
Founded in 1889, Lowe and Fletcher specialize in the design, manufacture and supply of a range of electronic code locking systems. To learn more today, click this link.Share: Back to News