Norbain promotes new range of SSP energy saving, eco-friendly Maglocks

May 17, 2022

Norbain has announced a new range of eco-friendly Maglocks from Specialised Security Products Ltd (SSP).

Currently only available via Norbain or directly from SSP, these items of door furniture consume just half the power of traditional equivalent maglocks and help reduce your carbon footprint. This means that it’s possible to run them over existing PoE controllers.

Apart from the eco-friendly energy savings they offer the end customer, the security specialist can also save time and money on every installation too.

SSP have been working exclusively with their manufacturer to bring environmentally friendly products to market that will help combat our carbon footprints, without sacrificing the performance expected from their traditional maglocks.

The Maglocks in SSP’s brand new ECO range have the same physical sizes and holding strengths as their current ‘Slim’ and ‘Standard’ types. The ‘Slim’ and ‘Standard’ ECO maglocks can produce a holding force of up to 275kg and 545kg respectively, whilst using only three watts of power. As a result of using only half the power of a regular maglock, a saving of 50% is made on the electricity costs associated in running this ECO-mag, and they can be installed using existing PoE controllers, offering further savings when fitted in time and cost.

There’s also no need to worry about the compatibility of SSP’s brackets and accessories because they will fit both the ECO and non-ECO products.

A recent SSP customer was quoted as saying: “I will ensure that we use the ECO range from now on. The other advantage to us is, as we supply access control units that control up to eight doors, so the total reduction in current is significant and reduces the power supply requirements or least means they run cooler and more reliably”.

For more information on SSP eco-friendly Maglocks range or to find out more about how Norbain’s experience security solutions team can support and advice you, contact Norbain directly via email: [email protected], or phone: 0118 912 5000.

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