Based on feedback from Yale’s customers, Yale has added to its popular Doormaster™ replacement multipoint lock product portfolio with two 16mm faceplate locks for composite or timber doors, offered with a 35mm or 45mm backset.
Yale has also unveiled a new Gearbox kit, providing a convenient and professional storage unit, which can be easily transported between site visits.
The new Gearbox kit has been carefully designed to enable the full Doormaster™ Replacement Gearbox range to be kept together. There is also space to add three further Gearboxes of choice, and the kit also includes a Doormaster™ Overnight Lock and Universal PVCu keep, along with a T20 Torx driver.
Says Paul Deans, Technical Adviser at Yale: “Our customers increasingly asked for a 16mm faceplate composite lock and we were more than happy to oblige, enabling Doormaster™ to help replace failing multipoint locks in even more door types.
“The new composite locks, together with the new Gearbox kits are both clear examples of how we will continue to introduce new additions to our Doormaster™ range and meet the needs of our customers, quickly and efficiently.”
Multipoint locks are fitted to 70% of all new external residential doors and many older multipoint locks are reaching the end of their lifecycle. Over the coming months and years, growing numbers of multipoint locks are expected to fail, with over one million expected to require replacement this year alone.
The new Composite Locks and Gearbox Kits have been cleverly designed to complement the existing Yale Doormaster™ multipoint lock range and offer a genuine ‘one visit, one repair solution.’
The complete Doormaster™ range is available now from Yale and major distributors across the UK.
To find out more, please visit www.yale.co.uk/doormaster or email email@example.com.
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