ASSA ABLOY New Mortise Lock Status Indicators

ASSA ABLOY Group brands Corbin Russwin and SARGENT today released a new status indicator for, respectively, the ML2000 Series and 8200 Series mortise locks. Featuring the largest viewing window available on the market, a reflective coating for improved clarity in low light conditions and a patent-pending curved design, these mortise lock status indicators combine emergency preparedness and enhanced privacy to meet the needs of any type of facility.

“Schools, offices and all types of commercial spaces need to prioritize safety and create inclusive environments,” says Bill Grambo, President, Access and Egress Hardware Group, ASSA ABLOY. “Our mortise lock status indicators make it easier to see if a door is locked from a distance and at almost any angle, thereby avoiding awkward disturbances or interruptions and enabling a more secure and private experience in a given space.”

Improving security through efficient design

With its viewing window 25% larger than other indicators on the market and a reflective coating, it’s easier to see the lock status on these indicators, even in low-light conditions. Because of the curved design, it’s also possible to view the lock status from any angle. Available in both sectional and escutcheon trim, these mortise lock status indicators help users secure an opening and determine more quickly when that opening is locked.

ASSA ABLOY’s mortise lock status indicator also offers the option to include engraving on the lock escutcheon or sectional plate to visually confirm the direction to turn the key or thumbturn to lock or unlock the door.

Supporting distraction-free environments

By clearly displaying the status of an opening, ASSA ABLOY’s latest mortise lock status indicators prevent interruptions when a person attempts to open a locked door.

Quickly seeing that a room is occupied can avoid awkward moments in restrooms in public facilities. These indicators can also prevent classroom interruptions, maintain a secure and quiet environment in rooms for nursing mothers, and keep a space distraction-free for office meetings or employee meditation. The result is an inclusive environment where end users can focus and enjoy a more peaceful experience.

Simplifying upgrades for enhanced safety and privacy

Upgrading to the latest mortise lock status indicators is quick and easy. For facilities with existing ML2000 or 8200 series mortise locks, an upgrade kit is available with either escutcheon or sectional trim to secure to the lock body. The upgrade kit uses the existing door preparation and leaves no holes.

Security and individual privacy are increasingly important in all manner of spaces, and ASSA ABLOY’s latest mortise lock status indicators provide both of these experiences. The ease of installation facilitates safety and comfort in facilities ranging from education to healthcare to commercial buildings, and the industry-leading features signal what’s next in the evolution of inclusive spaces.

For more information, visit the dedicated mortise lock status indicator product pages for Corbin Russwin and SARGENT.

The ASSA ABLOY Group is the global leader in access solutions. The Group operates worldwide with 48,500 employees and sales of SEK 84 billion. The Group has leading positions in areas such as efficient door openings, trusted identities and entrance automation. ASSA ABLOY's innovations enable safe, secure and convenient access to physical and digital places. Every day, we help billions of people experience a more open world.

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