What is a Gerda lock?

What is a Gerda lock?

The Gerda H System® and the Gerda Barrier gate lock system® are separate high performance locking systems for different applications. Improving access management while enabling immediate Fire & Rescue Service access through the unique Gerda One Key® System.

Are Gerda locks good?

GERDA G1000 is the most secure lock in the market. Its unique construction has been continuously perfected over the last 20 years to resist all known forced entry techniques.

Are Gerda keys all the same?

It means that each lock is unique to a property. Four keys are supplied with each lock. If a key goes missing then it cannot be copied in the high street. Additional keys can be ordered in line with the authorisation procedure and may be supplied the same day or next day by Gerda.

What is a European lock?

A Euro Cylinder lock, or ‘pin tumbler lock’ (as it was originally known when patented in 1805), is used primarily as a locking medium to operate a lock case. Euro Cylinder locks are today’s most popular locking systems amongst locksmiths and architectural ironmongers.

What are FB keys used for?

FB padlocks are a set of standard locks and keys that are often used by councils, property managers and schools to secure a communal area such as electric cupboard, car park gate and bin store. All emergency personal, including the fire brigade, carry these keys enabling them access to those areas quickly and easily.

What is the most secure euro lock?

These cylinders are the top security Euro cylinders. They are rated TS007-2014: 3 Star Security which is the highest level of security you can get with a Euro Cylinder. They have also been tested independently by Sold Secure and reached their highest rating of Diamond.

How do Thumbturn locks work?

But how does a thumb turn lock work exactly, I hear you wondering. It’s quite simple: You turn the knob clockwise to release a deadbolt which locks the door securely. Then, you turn it anti-clockwise to unlock the door.

What is a Firemans lock?

An officer’s tool (also known as an A-tool, rex tool, or lock puller) is a forcible entry device used by firefighters and other first responders.

Are Thumbturn locks Insurance approved?

Are Thumbturn Locks Insurance Approved? Although traditionally thumbturn locks are not insurance approved there is a British Standard BS8621 which allows the use of a tumbturn lock for internal front doors in flats. These are most commonly found in new build flats.

What do I need for a Thumbturn lock?

Tools and supplies you will need

  1. Bathroom thumb turn handle.
  2. Bathroom door lock/bolt.
  3. Chisel.
  4. Hammer.
  5. Drill with drill bits.
  6. Tape measure.
  7. Tape.
  8. Pencil.

What does a Knox Box do?

The Knox Rapid Entry system is a secure emergency access program developed for property owners and fire departments. When a fire breaks out, or there is any emergency, the Knox Box Rapid Entry System allows firefighters and paramedics immediate entry into buildings and property without forced entry damage or delay.

What’s the difference between FB1 and FB2 locks?

FB1 locks are used with FB1 rim/mortice keys, FB2 locks are used with FB2 rim/mortice keys.

Are anti-snap locks worth it?

I recommend as a minimum the Yale Superior cylinder, they are a good quality lock with some interesting features – They are difficult to pick, difficult to drill and very difficult for burglars to snap – combined with good quality handles and fitted correctly they are a burglars worst nightmare.

Which lock is best for insurance?

A deadlock is just a key hole and bolt. The more levers a mortice deadlock has, the more secure it is – which is why the five-lever mortice deadlock is one of the best lock types for insurance purposes.

Why choose Gerda locks?

Be it an internal door or a front entrance door, Gerda has the lock to provide you with the solution. Gerda ZW500 and ZW1000 series mortice locks have been successfully type tested for conformity to the requirements of EN12209, security grade 7, the highest grade for security.

Are Gerda mortice locks en12209 compliant?

Gerda ZW500 and ZW1000 series mortice locks have been successfully type tested for conformity to the requirements of EN12209, security grade 7, the highest grade for security.

What is the Gerda G200 rim lock?

The GERDA G200 lock is a new line of Rim Locks equipped with a lock case and a lock-keep. The modern design, high-quality coating and small size ensure it is a perfect match to all interiors.

What makes the Gerda G1000 different?

of withstanding a much greater force than common locks made of brass alloy. of forced entry. a perfect match for all interiors. This is English text. The G1000 is a lock of unique construction. Its main component, the patented Rim cylinder, was designed by GERDA engineers over 20 years ago…