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M-SVP 5000 multipoint locking systems with automatic locking action and emergency escape function provide enhanced intruder protection for doors in private homes and in project builds. The door is automatically locked at several points every time it is closed. It is unlocked using the profile cylinder or lever handle. M-SVP 5000 locks have been approved as emergency exit locks and panic exit locks for doors on escape routes and for use on fire and smoke check doors. They are available as profile-related equipment packages, which significantly reduces configuration effort and simplifies installation.
- Automatic mechanical locking action
- Emergency escape function in accordance with EN 179/EN 1125
- Minimal installation work
- Additional locking points with latch bolts
- Multipoint locking system for enhanced intruder protection
Multipoint locking system for enhanced intruder protection
M-SVP 5000 multipoint locking systems ensure door systems are securely locked in accordance with property insurance requirements every time they are closed. The main bolt and latch bolts at the two additional locking points automatically close with a 20 mm projection, triggered by two tamper-proof magnets. All locking components are made of high-quality steel.
Barrier-free access solutions with M-SVP
The M-SVP 5000 is especially suitable for doors that always need to be kept securely closed, e.g. in residential buildings, side entrances of public buildings or emergency doors where automated access is not required. Installation is fast because no wiring work is required.
Minimal configuration effort when ordering
The M-SVP 5000 is available as a profile-related equipment package for steel, aluminium, wood and PVC doors, which significantly reduces configuration effort when ordering.
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dormakaba India Private Limited
Mahindra World City, Plot No. 48/3, 8th Avenue, Anjur Village
603002 Chengalpattu District, India
Phone: 044 674 00 200