For every building, there is the right locking solution to suit your needs.
Tested and approved against forceful attack for today's standards
Every type, every size, any finish.
A larger size, thickness and strength as standard improves security and strength.
Aesthetically pleasing and highly flexible
Ready for despatch within 48 hours
Duplicated only for you.
Your license to duplicate your keys
At CES we work with you to plan the appropriate access and authorisation levels required by the building’s users.
With technical duplication protection, a vast range of lock variants and our extremely stable nickel-silver keys, we can offer a security solution for any building.
Our highly secure mechanical locking systems and cylinders accommodate even the most complex of locking plans. From residential developments to multi-site hospitals or universities and everything in between, a solution is specified to your specific project needs.
For individual properties, as well as mechanical locking systems, we have a flexible electronic cylinder solution that delivers five pre-programmed codes which can also be a retrofit option, installed in place of an existing mechanical lock.
As well as safety and security, we understand that design plays an important role in ironmongery and door furniture in general. Be it matt or polished, brass or burnished, our in-house electroplating service allows you to customise all elements; cases, forends and striking plates, in line with customer requirements and the design concept.
All CES locking systems comply with the most stringent requirements of DIN and/or EN.
Our cylinders are certified to the highest security standard, the BSI’s TS007 and with 3 star British Kitemark. Meaning they have been independently been tested against picking, drilling, bumping and snapping. This standard can be applied to any cylinder we offer, with the exception of the RS6.
In addition to certification by the MPA in Dortmund, in accordance with the DIN EN 12209 and EN 179 standards, the majority of our lock range also has the Warrington ‘Certifire’ certificate of approval.
Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) according to ISO 14025 and EN 15804 refer to mechanical mortice locks intended for installation in door systems made of different materials and for various applications. The certificates contain quantitative environmental information from the life cycle of a mortice lock.