Yale provides ‘seamless security’ for SWC Trade Frames

Yale’s stable door lock is said to be providing the new range of stable doors from long-term partner, SWC Trade Frames, with ‘outstanding security and ease of use’.

A manufacturer of PVC-U and aluminium windows and doors, SWC Trade Frames’ relationship with Yale goes back over two decades.

Fitted as standard to the Stable Collection, the Yale lock provides the doors with a latch facility for ease of use and incorporates two independent 45mm backset securing locks that secure the top and bottom leafs.

The lock is a combination of Yale’s Lockmaster 21 multi-point door lock and its Lockmaster Keyturn key-operated multi-point lock and is tested to 240 hours of corrosion resistance (Grade 4).

In addition, the doors include Yale 3-star keyed alike cylinders with six keys as standard and a market-first locking strip with shootbolt technology that ensures there is no unsightly deadbolt on show.

George Baker, head of sales & marketing at SWC Trade Frames, commented: “Yale has been key partners of ours for more than 20 years and we always look to work with them on new product innovations because their products and service are second-to-none.

“The lock, cylinders and locking strip on our new Stable Collection are yet another example of our fruitful collaboration.”

David Brackpool, account manager at Yale, added: “SWC Trade Frames is a forward-thinking company that’s continuously developing new ideas and products, so it’s great to work with them on a fantastic range like the Stable Collection.”