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ASSA ABLOY Puts Focus on Product Transparency

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ASSA ABLOY today announced that it has released Declare documentation for its Adams Rite MS1850S Series MS (maximum security) deadbolts, HES 1006 and 9600 Series electric strikes, the Securitron M32 and M62 Magnalocks, and Securitron’s AQD6 Series of Switching Power Supplies. ASSA ABLOY is the only company to release Declare labels in the power supply, maglock, electric strike and deadbolt categories, and has the second most Declare labels of any manufacturer in the building industry.
Declare is a ‘nutrition label’ for products, a clear and informative method to disclose ingredients. Declare is transforming the building materials marketplace through transparency and open communication. For manufacturers, Declare offers an expanded point-of-entry into the world’s most groundbreaking restorative projects and a new platform to connect with consumers.
“These ‘nutrition labels’ enable us to make better decisions about the materials that go into our products,” said Scott Baker, President, ASSA ABLOY EMS & OEM Group. “Plus, LEED v4 just launched last week, and our work in transparency heavily contributes to it.”
Securitron also announced the release of an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for its EcoPower Power Supply, which documents the cradle-to-grave life cycle of the highly efficient power supply and how it affects the environment.
Baker continued, “This is a company-wide commitment to transparency, making everything we manufacture more sustainable. Everyone at ASSA ABLOY is striving to make our solutions better for the environment and for the people interacting with them.”
Over 115 years old, Adams Rite, an ASSA ABLOY Group brand, designs, manufactures and markets door and door hardware products to the commercial, industrial and institutional building construction industry and is recognized as one of the leading suppliers in its area of specialization. Adams Rite develops products that are designed to complement the clean lines of modern doors, while at the same time meeting safety and access codes. Visit their website at, or Follow Adams Rite on Facebook at or Twitter @AdamsRite.
HES is the leading manufacturer of electric strikes and locking devices for the access control industry, HES develops products that solve customers’ needs. First to market with cutting edge solutions like the versatile 1006 series and the completely surface-mounted 9600 electric strike, HES has built a global reputation for innovation, strength, and service. An ASSA ABLOY Group brand, HES currently markets HES and Folger Adam® product lines. Follow HES online at, on Facebook at or on Twitter at @HESinnovations.
As the world’s premier supplier of electric locking systems and access control components, Securitron excels in manufacturing a wide range of products, from electromagnetic locks and accessories, to exit bars and devices, power supplies, digital entry systems and much more. An ASSA ABLOY Group brand, Securitron is known for its continued commitment to excellence in customer service and product quality. Stay up-to-date with Securitron at, on Facebook at or follow on Twitter @securitronacces.
ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user demands for security, safety and convenience. For more information visit


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