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Door Locks

CTC Communications stocks an extensive range of door locks, electric door strikes, magnetic door locks, magnetic door holders, lock lip extensions, mortice locks, and a range of brackets

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Electric Door Strikes:
Electric door strikes are available in various designs and configurations to suit different applications. Some common types include:
  • Surface-mounted door strikes: These strikes are mounted on the surface of the door frame and are suitable for retrofitting existing doors.
  • Mortise door strikes: Mortise door strikes are recessed into the door frame, providing a clean and concealed appearance.
  • Adjustable door strikes: Adjustable door strikes allow for precise alignment and adjustment of the strike to ensure proper operation.
  • Bolt-type door strikes: Bolt-type door strikes feature a bolt that extends and retracts to engage or disengage the door.
  • Magnetic door strikes: Magnetic door strikes utilize magnets to hold the door securely closed.

Designed for light commercial and residential applications. They are installed within the door to be activated by an intercom or access control system.

Door Locks
Magnetic Door Locks:

Magnetic door locks are a type of electronic access control system that uses a magnet to hold a door closed. They are typically used in commercial and industrial settings, where security is important. Magnetic door locks can be Monitored or Non-monitored.

Magnetic Door Holders

A magnetic door holder is a device used to keep a door open in a specific position. It works by utilising the magnetic force between two magnets to hold the door in place.

Magnetic door holders are often used in commercial and residential settings, such as offices, homes, and public buildings.

Mortice Locks

Mortice locks are available in a variety of styles and finishes to match any décor. They can be made of brass, stainless steel, or aluminum, and can be finished in a variety of colors. Mortice locks are also available with a variety of features, such as deadbolts, automatic locking, and keyless entry.

Mortice locks are a good choice for those who are looking for a high level of security. They are also a good choice for those who want a lock that is aesthetically pleasing.

Advantages of mortice locks:

  • High level of security
  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Available in a variety of styles and finishes
  • Available with a variety of features
CTC Communications stocks a range of brackets, including FSH, Lockwood, and LOX Locking, for versatile mounting solutions.

Monitored & Non Monitored

There are two main types of electric door strikes: monitored and non-monitored.

  • Monitored electric door strikes have a built-in sensor that detects when the strike plate is engaged or disengaged. This information is then sent to a control panel, which can be used to monitor the status of the door.
  • Non-monitored electric door strikes do not have a built-in sensor. This means that the status of the door cannot be monitored remotely.

Electric door strikes are a valuable addition to any security system, offering a combination of security, convenience, and flexibility. They are widely used in various industries, including:

  • Commercial buildings: Office buildings, retail stores, and other commercial establishments use electric door strikes to control access to restricted areas and enhance overall security.
  • Residential buildings: Apartments, condos, and private residences can benefit from electric door strikes for added security and convenient keyless entry.
  • Industrial facilities: Warehouses, factories, and other industrial facilities often utilize electric door strikes to secure sensitive areas and control access to hazardous materials.
  • Healthcare facilities: Hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities rely on electric door strikes to ensure patient safety and privacy.
  • Educational institutions: Schools, universities, and other educational institutions use electric door strikes to control access to classrooms, laboratories, and other restricted areas.