Yale Door and Window Solutions is now offering a maximum security Platinum 3 Star cylinder to provide the highest level of security against known cylinder attack methods.
Delivering multiple benefits to fabricators, installers and homeowners alike, the new maximum security Platinum 3 Star cylinder has been designed to protect homes with its anti-snap, anti-bump, anti-pick, anti-drill and anti-pull technology. Its TS007:2014 3 star accreditation means this Anti-Snap, British kitemarked cylinder offers an innovative solution that will deter even the most determined intruder.
To achieve the highest TS007:2014 3 Star accreditation the Secured by Design Yale Platinum 3 star cylinder has been independently tested by BSI (British Standards Institution), against known cylinder attack methods. The benefit of the 3 star accreditation means no additional security door furniture is necessary to achieve the highest level within the standard.
Paul Atkinson, Sales Director for Yale Door and Window Solutions, said: “We’re delighted to offer another cylinder in our range that has achieved the maximum security, TS007 3 Star rating. This high security cylinder offers maximum protection for homeowners and social housing residents across the UK and Eire. The Yale Platinum 3 Star cylinder can work together with other door furniture, such as the recently launched Yale 2 Star cylinder pull, to make up a door set of superior security or used with any furniture of choice whilst still meeting the standards.”
The Yale Platinum 3 Star Cylinder has a sacrificial break away front section designed to release if attacked, maintaining the cylinder security within the door
Available in both brass and nickel finishes, the cylinder has a horizontal keyway and comes supplied with three, dimple cut keys as standard and each comes supplied with a key code identification card for ease of purchasing additional keys when needed.
For further information on Yale Door and Window Solutions full cylinder range, please visit www.yaledoorandwindowsolutions.co.uk or alternatively call 01902 366800.