- Trade fair
CES represented at BAU
Focussing on international visitors from our industry, CES will present examples of its product range at the BAU trade fair.
The company will present its new reversible key system which is part of the mechanical locking systems. The new system of the self-assembly key section series is designed as a basic 5-pin system for single locks and as a 5+6-pin system for locking systems. Furthermore, the company will present its new generation of security cylinders. All new locking systems are based on the undercut technology with additional locking elements and are equipped with increased quality and safety features.
The lock product range is represented by fire protection locks for single-leaf fire doors for the high-profile contract business. Not only is the lock product range certified in accordance with the DIN EN 12209 and EN 179 standards issued by the Materialprüfungsamt (MPA, material testing institution) in Dortmund, but rather also bears the “certifire” certificate of approval from the British Warrington Certification testing institute. The fire protection locks are suitable for wooden doors of fire resistance class T120 (up to 120 minutes resistance against fire penetration) and for steel doors of fire resistance class T240.
In addition to product quality, good functionality and safety, CES is also a valued supplier of customers in the international contract business, due to the wide variety of possible surface finishings. Regardless of whether satin-plated or glossy, brass burnished, with stainless steel finish or entirely in black: our in-house electroplating plant is able to customise the finishing of locking cylinders, forends and locking plates in accordance with customer requirements and to adapt them to the specified design concept.This could also be of interest to architects who set great store by the handle sets having a unified material look.
The electronic product range will be represented by the successful CES OMEGA FLEX system and the CESeasy system developed quite recently. CESeasy is a cloud-based locking system which can be easily operated using an app installed on a smartphone. One possible area of application is home care. Using the app and a CESeasy motor cylinder installed on the door, temporary access authorisations (digital keys) can be sent to the smartphones of the nursing staff or a physician and thus grant them access to the living space of the person in need of care.