When security becomes a passion, it becomes perfection. Spurned on by this incentive, Lehmann develops locking system solutions that help to make home furniture more secure and instil confidence in storing personal valuables in public buildings. Under the „Security is our Passion“ banner, the family owned company with a history stretching back over 60 years will be showing its latest solutions for office furniture and facility management systems as well as for the home furniture industry on its newly designed stand B029 in hall 8 at Interzum 2023 from 9 to 12 May in Cologne.
On 190 square metres of floor space, Lehmann will be spotlighting the various facets of security. Featuring among the attractions for the home furniture industry are the new Interlock systems. A guard system makes sure furniture is unable to tip over. It prevents the centre of gravity of free-standing furniture from shifting when drawers or pull-outs are opened. „SVS-Interlock“ provides a quick and lasting answer to meeting international statutory requirements on accident prevention. The Lehmann system, which can be adapted to suit individual customer needs, complies with the „Final Rule: Safety Standard for Clothing Units“ from the CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission), which will be mandatory in the USA from 24 May 2023.
Smart management, secure storage
Showcasing electronic locking systems and dial locks at Interzum 2023, Lehmann will be using the context of all-embracing interior design to show how storing valuable personal belongings in public spaces can be made secure. Alongside this, the company will provide a glimpse of what electronic locking systems in particular can do today. They not only help facility managers to implement them but can also be adapted with a good degree of flexibility to suit specific needs and permit control by smart means at any time. Providing various configuration and management options, e.g. using a configuration app or via Lehmann Management Software (LMS), Lehmann demonstrates how easy it is to save time and costs.
For the user, the focus is placed on intuitive operation. Users must be able to open lockers easily, close them securely and quickly find them again. This is where locker openers take the form of transponders in cards or key fobs, smartphones with appropriate apps, keypads stylishly integrated into furniture or simply use the biometric fingerprint.
Designed for lockers, the power-operated and interconnected „Captos“ lock plays a particular part. It is based on the Legic and Mifare RFID technologies and, in future, also HID.
Lockers, workstations, rooms – reserved by users themselves
Introducing the „Central Control Panel“, Lehmann picks up the principle used by the parcel locker. Here, on a self-service basis, the central terminal helps users to select, reserve and, ultimately, use a locker without any outside assistance.
Cooperating with „GoBright“, Lehmann goes one step further. Software of the same name provides the capability of booking workstations or meeting rooms. Linked up with interconnected „Captos“ locks, the platform will also make it possible in future to reserve lockers, a facility which, for example, is set to benefit end-to-end co-working concepts.
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