Fullex new products are 'FIT' for purpose

Date: 27 February 2013
Source: MH editorial
With a recent move into much larger premises, orders on the increase and new products to display, Fullex are hoping for good things from the FIT show at Telford International exhibition centre in April 2013.

Fullex will be showing new variants of the successful Crimebeater and XL lock ranges aimed to reduce U values on composite doors.     


The new lock range will also offer greater choice and flexibility for other door types. The well regarded Fullex ABC anti-bump Kitemarked cylinder gets a new PAS24:2012 rated anti-snap facelift and might even be the star of the Fullex stand. The ever popular in-line patio market is not ignored and Fullex will be showing a new bigger brother to its already popular 6 hook patio lock and a shootbolt option as well.

Secure, easy to use exit doors are a vital component in any building and Fullex will be showcasing a new product in partnership with Strand Hardware, recognised experts in exit technology. Security, backed by reliability has always been the Fullex ethos and all Fullex products are rigorously tested to PAS23/24, are Secured by Design and guaranteed for 10 years. Best by design, it's not just our strapline, it's our philosophy.

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Date: 27 February 2013
Source: MH editorial

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