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Codelocks expands its KitLock range to help businesses prepare for reopening post-COVID-19


Codelocks has expanded its KitLock range, giving customers a wider choice of keyless access solutions for cabinets and lockers. The new KL15 Public Function KitLock by Codelocks is ideal for multiple users who require access to shared storage.

The KL15 Public Function mechanical lock enables users to access a secure space, for example a locker in a school or gym, without the inconvenience of coins and keys. Each user enters a personal four-digit code to lock the unit. The same code is entered only once to open the lock and then remains unlocked for the next user.

KL15 mechanical locks are straightforward to install and can either be surface mounted, so that the trim plate offers an easy grip handle allowing effortless opening, or flush mounted for a sleek and stylish appearance. The lock features an anti-vandal handle and is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. For end users there is an optional override key for lost and forgotten codes.

Colin Campbell, Managing Director at Codelocks, said: “Building on the success of the KL15 Private Function lock we introduced at the end of 2020, we identified a growing demand for an affordable multiple occupancy solution. The KitLock by Codelocks range is very popular with customers who value the convenience and simplicity of keyless access and the KL15 Public Function is perfect for applications where a number of people regularly access storage in locations such as workplaces, schools, hospitals or sports clubs.”

“With hybrid working looking popular for the future, we will see businesses adapt workspaces for the phased return of employees. This will mean there will be a need for less person-to-person contact and a demand for secure, temporary storage that can be accessed without administration from facilities management. Business owners will also be looking for ways to reduce the spread of COVID-19 – including using new technology.”

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