Friday, 18 November 2016

Gingers Spark Reveals The Smallest And Safest Magnetic Lock On The Market

A new magnetic lock from Gingers Spark - the SDGi Micro Power Lock (MPL) - is offering an innovative and user-friendly solution to magnetic door locking.

The MPL is small, unobtrusive and has no sharp edges - in stark contrast to the big, bulky and sharp-edged magnetic locks that dominate the market. Not only is this aesthetically pleasing, but it’s an important safety consideration, as – in the event of incorrect installation – it can’t seriously hurt anyone if it falls off the transom.

The small size of the MPL makes it ideal for automatic doors where the space between the operators is too narrow for conventional magnetic locks, or where the armature intrudes on the safety sensor position. However, there is no compromise on strength, as the lock boasts a high holding force of 1500lbs (680kg).

Also – unlike any other mag lock on the market - it is fully adjustable from every perspective, making it very quick and simple to install.

Standard finish for the MPL is black or silver and there are several models available, so it covers a wide range of different door setups.

Mike Gillespie of Gingers Spark says:
“The SDGi Micro Power Lock is unique. It’s smaller, lighter, safer and easier to install than anything else on the market. It also has a very low current draw of .14A at 24v. Unsurprisingly, we’re dealing with a lot of interest from door installers and these locks are selling like hot cakes!”
To find out more about the SDGi Micro Power Lock, contact Mike Gillespie on 0161 483 4747, or email  or visit .

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