Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
21st February 2024 Issue no. 693
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The new V3SR series of maglocks is more efficient, more sustainable, and cheaper to run.
The latest innovation from EZVIZ is the HP7 Smart Video Doorphone. This well-thought-out piece of kit consists of a 2-in-1 camera and doorbell with a 7-inch colour touch screen and interlinks with entrance locks and easily connects to home networks.
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We have a fantastic lineup of exhibitors this year, led by our incredible sponsors Hickleys. Check out our website, www.Lockexpo.co.uk for the full list and to get your ticket to beat the queues.
Returning this year we have our popular bring and buy sale managed by our staff so you can enjoy the show without stress, just bring your old tools and locks to show reception and we’ll handle the rest.
The show will kick off at 9:30 on Saturday 2nd and run through until 3:30 on Sunday 3rd.
We can’t wait to see everyone there!
Newbury-based lock manufacturer, Codelocks was visited by Laura Farris, Newbury MP, last week to discuss the critical implications of proposed changes to fire door testing requirements for UK businesses.
The proposed changes from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities (DLUHC) will see a move away from testing to the British Standard BS47622 in favour of testing solely to the European Standard EN1634-1. The change is expected to have negative consequences for UK businesses.
Halo Solutions – the UK’s leading crowd safety and security operations platform – has scored a hat-trick after Premier League club Nottingham Forest FC, Championship club Birmingham City FC and Chelsea FC became the latest football clubs to integrate its award-winning incident and task management software, Halo (v5).
Chelsea FC will use Halo (v5) for the 24/7 security contract at Stamford Bridge as well as Chelsea’s Cobham Training Ground.
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