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27th May 2020 Issue no. 509
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Evoke use Camlock Systems in their fast food kiosks for optimum security
The locking experts at Camlock Systems Ltd are proud of their long-standing relationship with Evoke Creative Ltd. Recently, Evoke has designed and manufactured self-order kiosks for the world's largest chain of fast food restaurants. Camlock was involved in this project from the early stages. Following careful evaluation, Evoke chose the Series 31 cam lock to secure the kiosks.
Evoke's touchscreen kiosks allow customers to browse through the menu, to order and to pay for their food.
Camlock's experts investigated where the lock will be used and carefully analysed the security risks the kiosks will be exposed to. Camlock learned that Evoke required two locks for each kiosk; one to protect the door of the ticket printer that gives easy access to the printer roll, and another one to protect the components inside the kiosk.
During the consultation, different types of locks, security levels and prices were considered. Camlock Systems provided CAD files and samples to enable Evoke to test the lock.
Eventually, Evoke decided on the Series 31 die-cast 10 disc tumbler cam lock. The strong keys of this lock are ideal for heavy usage and easy to insert due to the double-entry design. Camlock also supplied a master key that opens all locks on the kiosks.
Since the start of the cooperation between the two companies in 2008, Camlock Systems has provided on-going support to Evoke. Neil Clark, Commercial Director at Evoke, says: "Camlock's expertise was essential throughout the entire process of finding a suitable locking solution for our kiosks. Camlock understood our requirements, during the development process as well as after the installation."
More information about the Series 31 can be found on www.camlock.com
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