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Assa Abloy Showcases Security Solutions at BTME

1.43am 28th January 2011 - New Products - This story was updated on Monday, January 31st, 2011

High-performance, brass finish ASSA card lock

Security specialist ASSA ABLOY showcased a variety of Golf Club door security solutions at the 2011 BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition, including card Access Control systems and a brand new range of locker locks.

The Unimille family of dual-coin operation locker locks were shown for the first time. Suitable for a wide range of locker applications, the dual-coin system allows golfers to lock and unlock their locker as often as needed, before being charged.

Also on display were ASSA ABLOY’s popular range of cam and DESMO locks for lockers, plus the Smartair e-locker lock; a wirefree card-based lock that can be used as part of a wider access control system using Smartair technology.

Ideal for use in locker rooms, ASSA ABLOY locking products have been installed in numerous prestige Golf Clubs, including Celtic Manor, St Andrews and Stoke by Nayland.

Shaun Powell, General Sales Manager – OEM Industrial Locking for ASSA ABLOY, said: “Ensuring the safety and security of golf clubs is a complex business. Customers leave their clothes and valuables unattended while they make use of the facilities, so it’s essential that their possessions are kept safe and secure.

“ASSA ABLOY has supplied locker locks for changing rooms since 1965 but golf club security should go beyond this. Our team will be on hand at BIGGA to discuss complete access control and security solutions, from car park access and clubhouse entry to cashless vending in the bar and pro shop, as well as locker security.”

Abloy UK

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