PR-Nr. 10018-0002-05/2019
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INTERZUM Cologne, 21. – 24. May 2019

Adaptable range of locks for sliding doors: Lehmann demonstrates its competence in catering to a wide range of furniture designs

Furniture locks for sliding doors are a cornerstone of Lehmann’s presentation at interzum 2019. Regardless of whether doors are made of wood, metal, HPL or glass, whether they are used in two or three-door applications or which system they run on – Lehmann demonstrates its diversity and expertise in securely locking sliding doors.

The mechanical sliding-door locks from Lehmann are distinguished by their versatility whichever sliding-door runner system is used. With individual latches providing a generous locking stroke from behind, this always directly secures the second sliding door as well. At the same time, however, the lock remains compact and only projects by a very short distance to the rear. Involving no tools, the turn-handles are quickly fitted. Handling is easy as no push-turn movement is needed to operate the lock.

In addition, this patented technology offered by the Westphalian specialist can easily be extended to include System 65 for locking furniture with three sliding doors. This multi-point locking system can either be installed on the left, on the right or in the middle.

All new is the design of the tried and proven STV 793 sliding-door lock using the Prestige system. The sturdy lock additionally protects the sliding door from being levered open thanks to its tamper-proof latch. In addition, it is characterised by a modern, reduced design. A version of the STV 793 has been specially developed for tall sliding-door applications. Greater security is provided here from the lock engaging behind a striker plate.

This gives customers the option of choosing between simple push cylinders, the time-tested 515 lock and the STV 793 in all systems for mechanically locking their sliding doors. Dial locks can also be used on sliding doors. This means that Lehmann offers the ideal solution for any application.

Increasingly, however, there is also a demand for electronic locks for sliding doors. This is another area in which the „M400/M410“ lock range can be used. An additional fitting permits solutions with RFID, wireless communication or pin code. The keypad can be recessed into the top panel for a flush fit.

Lehmann will also be showing an electronic locking solution for framed glass doors. The eSecura lock not only provides secure access protection but is also distinguished by practical convenience, versatility and programmability.

This comprehensive range of locking solutions for modern sliding door systems is testimony to Lehmann’s competence and expertise. Here too, the extent to which the Minden-based furniture-lock and locking-system specialist caters to almost every possible need is further confirmation that the company is ideally positioned for the future.

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The family owned business LEHMANN in Minden/Westphalia is one of the of European leaders for mechanical and electronic locking systems for furniture and more. The range of applications extends from office and commercial furnishings, lockers and safe deposit boxes, shopfitting and interior furnishing, laboratory, warehouse and factory equipment, caravan and boat building up to vending machines. Two modern plants with own research and product development as well as tool and mould construction, foundry, plastic injection moulding and electroplating form the basis for innovation and quality of the products. Around 340 employees worldwide ensure customer satisfaction and delivery reliability. In addition Lehmann actively markets individual steps in its supply chain as industrial services.

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