PR-no. 40200-0103-02/2012
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ZOW Bad Salzuflen, 6 – 9 February 2012

Lehmann re-aligns case and espagnolette lock range

Re-aligning the 550-type case locks and the 750-type espagnolette locks provides greater flexibility and a wider choice of options to broaden the range of possible applications. With the “Prestige” and “VCS 18.2” interchangeable cylinders now brought together, furniture manufacturers benefit from rationalised production and flexible application.

The new case and espagnolette locks can be used with “Prestige” interchangeable cylinders as well as with the “VCS 18.2” interchangeable cylinder system. The new range of locks also takes the special “Prestige Signal” cylinder core or the “Z77 Trikey” cylinder that can be supplied as a master-key system for “VCS 18.2”.

All common backset sizes for case and espagnolette locks provide broad application flexibility. Case and espagnolette locks are designed for wood thicknesses from 16 mm to 50 mm.

As the lock case is designed for two locking directions, the furniture manufacturer benefits from lean stock-keeping. With the integrated sliding mechanism, the factory-supplied right-hand lock can be changed into a left-hand lock – if need be, even with the lock fitted. Depending on use and application area, this sliding mechanism can also be used for activating or deactivating the key-retention feature, saving the need for additional components and minimising costs. The universally mountable twist knobs also provide advantages in stock-keeping.

Clean lines meet the demands furniture manufacturers place on design. Various electroplated surfaces always provide the perfect match between locking technology and furniture concept to create a look of harmony. Combining these locks with modern “Opaline” cylinder keys from the “Prestige” system, they also satisfy design requirements.

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Caption: The new generation of espagnolette (pictured at the top) and case locks from Lehmann. Applies to both: one lock case for two locking directions. With the integrated sliding mechanism (pictured at the right), the factory-supplied right-hand lock can be changed into a left-hand lock. What’s more: this sliding mechanism can also be used for activating or deactivating the key-retention feature. Photo: Lehmann

Lehmann

As one of Europe's leading manufacturers of mechanical and electronic furniture locking systems employing some 300 members of staff with headquarters in Minden/Westphalia, Lehmann has been developing and producing high-quality products for the furniture-making industry since 1962. This includes office furniture, warehouse and factory equipment, shopfitting/interior fittings, living-room and bedroom furniture, hotel and contract furnishing, healthcare as well as caravan manufacturing and boat building. For further information, go to www.lehmann-locks.com

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