Lightning Bolt Hits The UK Window Market

Date: 7 December 2012
Source: Nico Manufacturing
Nico launches new innovative locking system for fast, low cost installationNico Manufacturing, leading manufacturer of window products, has expanded its range with the Lightning Bolt multi-point locking system.

Simply clipping into the window profile without the need for fixing screws, the Lightning Bolt combines ease of fixing with exceptional value to increase productivity and reduce fixing costs.Designed and manufactured in the UK, the Bolt is robustly-built from stainless steel and nylon with a die cast drive mechanism and steel handle screw inserts.Oval cams ensure a smooth operation.

With BBA pending, the Lighting Bolt has been extensively tested and offers proven strength and long-life performance.

For maximum versatility, it is suitable for most popular PVC-u window profiles – complemented by a selection of pressure die cast and nylon keeps. 

The new Nico Bolt is available in a wide range of sizes, from 120mm to 1100mm, with one to three cams according to length. For the longest sizes, an additional central cam provides extra compression.

To arrange a demonstration of the Nico Lightning Bolt, please contact:

Graham Pateman

Sales Office

Nico Manufacturing Ltd

Oxford Road


Essex CO15 3TJ

Tel: (01255) 422333, Fax: (01255) 432909


For more information about this press release and/or separation requests, contact:

Jane McCausland

Woods Barden Associates

New Road




Tel: (01206) 516006


Pic/caption – New from Nico, the clip-in Lightning Bolt reduces production costs.

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