Modern multi-point locking and access control systems not only make doors more secure, more convenient and more intelligent, they also open up entirely new possibilities to develop new markets. For this, SIEGENIA KFV offers you, in addition to uncompromising resistance force, the necessary freedom of design – in the fabrication-optimised modular system and from the high-quality mortise lock to the double-sash escape door solution. Therefore the room comfort of the future can begin at the door – and the door can be opened per app or fingerprint scanner, for example, and locks automatically when it is simply pulled closed.
KFV multi point locks
• Key-operated multi-point locks
• Handle-operated multi-point locks
• Automatic multi-point locks
• AS 2750 three-latch lock
• Double-leaf doors
• Frame parts
KFV emergency exit and panic door locks
• Multi-point locks for escape doors
• Double-sash doors
• Mortise door locks for escape doors
• Latch and deadbolt locks for escape doors
• Hardware for KFV panic products
Benefit in many ways: The widest range of variants in uniform dimensions
With key-operated KFV multi-point locks all the locking elements in the main lock and in the auxiliary lock cases can be operated by a double turn of the key in the main lock. This way maximum security demands and comfort requirements are fulfilled with ease. Because at KFV, multi-point locking is not just a series of different locking mechanisms – it is a perfectly coordinated system of exceptionally high-quality and precisely manufactured individual components. The fully compatible product programme with clever uniform dimensions delivers the right solution for every area flexibly and efficiently.
AS 2750 series
With triple self-closing function thanks to the spring loaded latches. This hook bolt-latch combination locks the sash on closure with two additional spring loaded latches – for lasting protection against door warping and elevated basic security. When locked via the main lock, the hook bolts provide additional security and optimal sealing.
More security at all times and lasting protection against door warping
The AS 2750 three-latch lock is equipped with the main lock latch as well as two sprung soft lock latches in order to fix the door sash three times in the frame by just closing it. This gives long-term protection against door warping and against unauthorised entry attempts, even when unlocked, by pushing the main lock latch back. After locking with the key, the massive hook bolt-latch combinations ensure maximum intruder resistance. The easily operated gear with powerful door tightening ensures an optimal seal as well as excellent heat and sound insulation with heavy push-pull pressure.
Permanent security and high closing comfort: AS 3500 and AS 3600
The AS 3500 and AS 3600 automatic multi-point locks, lock the door via the auxiliary lock cases whenever the door is closed. This ensures complete insurance protection, even without locking the main lock, and combines permanent intruder resistance with special ease of use. To elevate this to the highest level, you easily can upgrade the two automatic locks to electromechanical multi-point locks by means of the optional A-opener motor. They can then also be released automatically via a control or access control system.
Contactless magnet technology and flush appearance
The AS 3500 triggers are contactless. Without latches impacting in the auxiliary lock cases it is pleasantly quiet and displays a flush appearance when the door is open. The massive hook bolts, which are almost invisibly recessed into the faceplate, are only activated by a magnetic trigger that independently compensates for airgap tolerances when the door is closed. As the back pressure secured hook bolts lock upwards, they also function with a warped door.
Four-fold, secure automatic locking with mechanical trigger
The AS 3600 locks four times via two soft lock falling bolts and two massive hook bolts. A mechanical trigger is integrated in the latter, which activates the four locking elements in the auxiliary lock cases upon contact with the frame part. The elements are retracted again via the handle or key, and then tensioned and locked in place for the next trigger. The main lock bolt can be picked via the cylinder to thus block the lever handle.