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Security manufacturer, Ingersoll part of the Chubb Locks division of ASSA ABLOY UK, announces what it describes as a new high-end range – London Line.

It fully satisfies, the makers add, the requirements of BS3621: 2004.

The new London Line Nightlatch and Hook Bolt Mortice Lock use the Mul-T-Lock Interactive Patented Cylinder System which incorporates a moving insert which interacts with a spring loaded pin in the cylinder plug to produce, the makers add, a "virtual combination".

Both products are produced in a range of finishes for door frames.

The London Line Nightlatch is a cylinder system mounted through the door and is designed to exceed the new BS3621:2004, according to the makers. It features slam auto-deadlocking, 20mm bolt throw, a patented safety kick off feature and is available in chrome or titanium brass finish – both of which are ant-tarnish and anti-scratch, the firm says. The Nightlatch has a stylish escutcheon making it aesthetic and unobtrusive on a door, the makers claim.

The new Hook Bolt also meets the requirements of BS3621:2004, it is claimed, and is a suitable way to re-inforce door locks, the firm adds, as it hooks into the door frame meaning that the door cannot be pulled up or out.

It features a fully enclosed drill resistant tamper proof case with a 20mm single throw drill resistant Hook Bolt, and is supplied with a Mul-T-Lock interactive Euro profile double cylinder. It is available in brass or chrome finish and features anti-jemmy attack properties thanks to the boxed locking plate. The Hook Bolt ensures that should any jemmy attack be attempted, the lower part of the door cannot be forced to gain access, the makers say.

For added security, all London Line products are supplied with a key card registration so, coupled with the unique key design, the system provides control over key blanks for legitimate dealers plus preventing unauthorised cutting.

What they say

Matthew Dumsday, Chubb Locks director and general manager, said: "As a company we’ve witnessed an increased demand for genuine high-end locking solutions. People are more concerned about domestic security and securing their properties than ever before, and we are delighted to be able to provide this new range which not only exceeds the latest standards but also offers outstanding aesthetics."

Ingersoll adds that it provides a range of secondary security to complement its specialist ranges.

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