A series of short video animations produced by Winkhaus are showcasing how the hardware specialist’s market leading automatic multipoint locks, the AV2 and its variants, deliver superior security while responding to a whole array of end-user needs.
The productions can be seen on the company’s website, www.winkhaus.co.uk, and have been created to help both fabricators and installers promote their doors to their respective audiences.
“Our customers who fabricate, and their trade clients targeting any kind of project, from big commercial jobs to individual retail installations, can use these videos to showcase the security, functionality and aesthetic USPs of their door ranges equipped with our AV2 Family of locks,” said Winkhaus national sales manager, Mike Rushen. “The productions show how an automatic multipoint lock works, and explain the specifics of some of its variants in day to day situations.”
The five animations focus on the popular AV2, the electronic and battery operated versions – blueMatic AV2-B and AV2-E, as well as the AV2 Heritage, designed specifically to deliver a modern security solution that complements replacement period doors, but it is also ideal for statement contemporary doors. This is particularly the reason for which the Heritage version of the popular AV2 autoLock benefits from two animations, one depicting a traditional door with a centre door knob, and the other - a modern style door with a t bar pull handle.
Mike commented: “The AV2 is the market leading automatic multi point locking solution, helping fabricators and installers alike to deliver added value products with superior security. The range has constantly been developed and adapted to the evolving needs of a very dynamic marketplace, putting our partners ahead of their competitors.
“We’ve created these videos as an additional tool for our customers to showcase the features and benefits of different autoLock versions in a succinct, but effective manner. The videos convey the versatility of our AV2 solutions and enable our partners to show how their products can meet a very wide range of end-user requirements, ultimately helping them to win more business,” added Mike.