The Lincoln based trade fabricator Sternfenster, has partnered with Yale Door and Window Solutions to offer the Yale Mantis3 multipoint door lock as standard across its entire door portfolio.
Sternfenster help installers supply a high security door product, without compromising on quality or aesthetics as standard. As part of the arrangement, Sternfenster will also offer the option of fitting the Yale Superior 1 Star cylinder for improved security and added peace of mind.
Mike Parczuk, Managing Director for Sternfenster, said: “We have been using the Yale Mantis3 multipoint lock for a number of years on a large commercial contract and have been impressed with ease of use and smooth operation and how well the product has been received on site. Therefore, we decided to up spec and streamline our production and procurement processes by standardising this lock for all of our customers.
“Partnering with Yale demonstrates our commitment to continuous improvement, offering an upgraded product without additional on-cost to the customer.”
Paul Atkinson, Sales Director for Yale Door and Window Solutions, said: “The Yale Mantis3 multipoint lock offers industry leading levels of tolerance, service life, weather-proofing, and security. The gearbox makes it suitable for both front and rear door applications, with optional shootbolts for quickly adapting the lock for use on French doors. The use of very large hooks combined with linear bolts not only make for a very smooth and secure lock – it also looks robust and premium.”
Mike Parczuk continues: “Sternfenster and Yale have a shared vision for providing products that are at the forefront of innovation. This also enables Sternfenster’s customers to differentiate themselves with products that stand out in the market place, resulting in more sales, and better profit margins.”
With over 40 years experience in the window and door industry, Sternfenster is a family-run business, dedicated to delivering high quality products and excellent customer service to the trade. Work has recently begun on a new 35,000 square foot office and factory complex to house its growing aluminium division.