dormakaba M-SVP 3500 multipoint locks offer increased intruder protection. Thanks to the emergency escape function, the door can be quickly opened on the inside with a single release action. The automatic locking mechanism ensures that the door is securely locked as soon as the door closes. The door can be unlocked using the profile cylinder or handle or with the convenient motorised system. The electromechanical multipoint lock is eminently suitable for use in emergency exits and escape routes in compliance with EN 179 and EN 1125 for panic doors with a horizontal push bar.
The electromechanical locking solution for double-leaf panic doors
In combination with the appropriate profile-dependent M-SVP lock case (LC) and approved panic exit hardware, the M-SVP 3500 is particularly suitable for use in double-leaf panic doors with a horizontal push bar.
Multipoint locking for enhanced intruder protection
M-SVP 3500 electromechanical multipoint locks for double-leaf doors ensure door systems are securely locked in accordance with property insurance requirements every time they are closed. The main bolt and latch bolts at the two additional locking points automatically close with a 20 mm projection, triggered by two tamper-proof magnets. All locking components are made of high-quality steel.
Tight closure of the door saves energy
Not only does the multipoint locking system improve intruder protection, it also ensures the door fits snugly in the frame, which means less energy and heat are lost. This makes a significant contribution towards sustainable building and compliance with door system standard EN 14351.
Greater convenience thanks to motorised unlocking
The electromechanical lock really comes into its own when used in conjunction with access control systems, as the door can then be unlocked with ease from a remote position. The door can also always be opened using the door handle or profile cylinder.
Barrier-free access solutions with M-SVP 3500, double-leaf
The M-SVP 3500 is especially suitable for doors that always need to be kept securely closed, e.g. in residential buildings, or for emergency doors where automated access is not required. Installation is fast because no wiring work is required.