Advanced Fuhr lock added to Carl F catalogue

Date: 22 April 2009
Source: Press Release
Carl F Petersen Ltd, which has distributed Fuhr products for two decades, has added the latest advanced security solution from the lock system manufacturer to its hardware range.

The Fuhr Multisafe 833 is described by Carl F as affordable and advanced locking technology that combines security with safety features.

On closure of the door, self latching deadbolts engage to provide an automatic locking mechanism that allows access only to authorised key holders. No key is required to leave the property as simply operating the handle triggers the exit mechanism.

To provide added security at night, and to prevent children leaving the property, users have the option of locking the interior lever and deadbolt.

Carl F reports that the 833 is part of a new generation of advanced, affordable locking solutions suitable for PVCu, aluminium and timber door applications.

For Carl F Petersen Ltd hardware enquiries: Tel: 01536 401155 Fax: 01536 401157

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