New Braunfels, TX (PRWEB) October 01, 2013
Detex Corporation now offers a life safety and security hardware system, such as weatherized delayed egress hardware, to prevent shoppers from slipping out with merchandise, designed specifically for retail buildings that have areas exposed to the weather. For garden center gates, restaurant patios, lumberyards, or building doors that at times stand open, the Outdoor Area System offers gate and door security without concern about hardware deterioration from exposure.
Certain retail applications require a combination of components, and the Outdoor Area System features a range of hardware designed for those needs. In addition, the system is scalable for more complex application requirements. Retail customers can select the exact combinations of components that suit their particular application and know that they will integrate easily with each other and function well in rain, snow and heat.
Other Outdoor Area System components include Detex access control devices that allow entry from an outside courtyard with a keypad or card reader and door prop alarms that produce an audible warning when a door is being propped or held open.
“Retailers can put together a system that keeps their premises secure in harsh environments,” said Ken Kuehler, National Accounts Manager at Detex. “Our weatherized components can take the elements without fail.”
About Detex Corporation
For more than a century, Detex has earned the trust of architects and owners who rely on Detex products for the life safety and security of people and property. A USA company, Detex designs, manufactures, markets and ships products from New Braunfels, Texas. Detex is known internationally for life safety and security door hardware, loss prevention and architectural hardware, integrated door security systems, and guard tour verification.
To learn more about Detex weatherized systems, e-mail marketing(at)detex(dot)com or visit http://www.detex.com.
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