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28th October 2020 Issue no. 531
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Scoring in South Africa
Almost 1,000 CISA Astral cylinders from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies were supplied for the Cape Town FIFA 2010 football stadium for the recent World Cup.
Supplied by W&B Hardware, a member of the ILIAD Group SA, the CISA Astral cylinders were specified as they are a flexible solution for Masterkey locking systems with a possibility of up to 63,000 different cylinders on a single system. This makes them ideal for commercial applications and areas with large and complicated access control requirements. In addition, the reversible flat key with code card makes unauthorised duplication extremely difficult.
The Astral cylinders form part of a wide range of CISA cylinder locks which includes the Astral S, Astral S 24, AP3 S, C2000, 7500 and Primus ranges. Each of these is designed with special applications in mind to offer basic security with good masterkeying capabilities, which are ideal for residential homes and commercial offices through to high security cylinders with a large capacity masterkey system, which are prominent on high profile buildings such as banks, high security laboratories and airports.
The CISA Astral S, AP3 S and Astral S 24 ranges of kitemarked cylinders have been specially designed to offer protection from the most common forms of attack. The cylinders are fabricated with a snap resistant steel core together with a built-in bump resistant device as standard as well as hardened steel pins and drivers to protect from drilling. Fully compliant with BS EN1303:2005, the cylinders unique construction will withstand drilling, picking, bumping and snapping.
More information about CISA cylinders is available from Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies tel 0191 4302500 or visit www.ingersollrand.co.uk
17th November 2010