Monday, 15 February 2016

New Safety Locking Restrictor from ERA the best on the market

Once again, ERA has gone well beyond minimum standards to develop a universal Safety Locking Restrictor that offers Grade 3 impact resistance. 

 Until now, families wanting to protect their children from open doors and windows have been limited to using standard locking devices, which fall short of the Grade 2 Impact Resistance minimum requirement for Child Safety.

With its ‘push to open’ cable lock design, which comes with cut key locking for security, the Safety Locking Restrictor has been ergonomically developed for easy operation.

Will Butler, group marketing and innovation director at ERA explains:
“We were determined to offer a compliant child resistant locking device for windows and balcony doors in accordance with BS EN 16281:2013. Our Safety Locking Restrictor is ideally suited to homes with families and gives reassurance to parents that their children will be safe around open doors and windows in the home.”
Available in White, Brown, Polished Gold and Polished Chrome finishes, the Safety Locking Restrictor is suitable for both domestic and commercial applications and for PVCu, Timber and Aluminium windows and doors up to 2100mm high x 1000mm wide. 

Also compliant with BS EN 13126-1:2011 Grade 3 impact resistance for building hardware restricted devices on windows and doors, you can confidently recommend ERA’s new Safety Locking Restrictor to homeowners looking for the best protection for their families.

The Safety Locking Restrictor is available from a number of nationwide distributors and independent hardware retailers.

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