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19th June 2019 Issue no. 462

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Yale launches new Doormaster products

* Doormaster-GB-Kit.jpgYale has unveiled its latest pioneering Doormaster multipoint lock products following the range's successful launch in 2012. Development and improvement of the range has been made to ensure greater usability for locksmiths.

Both timber and composite doors may now be fitted with a new 16mm professional Doormaster multipoint lock which will act as a replacement for the majority of 35-45mm backset products.

To guarantee all installers have the essential kit to fit the locks, Yale has also introduced a new Gearbox Kit which enables locksmiths to carry many of the market's most common gearboxes in one handy container.

Yale's Gearbox Kit includes eight replacement gearboxes, one Yale YS170 Overnight Lock, and a PVCu Keep, one T20 Torx Driver, plus capacity for three additional gearboxes if needed.

The increased versatility of the Doormaster range will provide a simple repair solution for the million multipoint locks that are anticipated to fail in the next year, with tools that can be utilised in a professional holder.

David Herbert, Head of Marketing for Yale, said: "While Doormaster has proven to be a success thanks to many consumers' attitude of 'repair rather than replace', we recognised that there was still some doors we weren't able to accommodate with our existing range and were keen to overcome this as soon as possible.

"Our latest additions mean the majority of the replacement multipoint lock market can use our Doormaster products, giving locksmiths an even greater potential customer base."

For further information Tel 0845 302 4765 or visit www.yale.co.uk

8th May 2013




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