Electromagnetic locks

Electromagnetic locks or maglocks consist of a powerful electromagnet mounted on the door frame and a counterplate mounted on the door.  Once activated the electromagnet holds fast to the counterplate and the door remains closed. Two led’s informs at a glance whether the electromagnetic lock is open or closed.

Installation examples

L

For doors that open outwards.

The counterplate is fixed directly on the door leaf and the electromagnet installed on the lintel. If the frame is too small, we use an l-shaped bracket

Z

For doors that open inwards.

A z-shaped bracket is used to attach the counterplate to the door leaf.

U

For glass doors

In order to prevent damage to your glass door, the counterplate has to be installed using a u-shaped bracket which is fastened to the top of the door leaf.

F

For fire doors

The counterplate is connected to a specific support for ei doors. In this way, it is not necessary to completely perforate the door and lose its certification

S

For sliding doors

The electromagnet is embedded into the side of the doorframe, while the counterplate goes fixed to the side of the door using a small and discrete u-shaped support.

E

Embedded installation

The new invisible installation offers architects and engineers a great solution to aesthetic and safety problems. The electromagnet and the counterplate are embedded in the frame and the door leaf respectively. Ideal for swinging or door-only doors.