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New Bourne Lock At SAGE November 16, Realm Hotel, Canberra.

New Bourne Lock At SAGE November 16, Realm Hotel, Canberra.

New Bourne Lock At SAGE – Access Hardware will be showing the new customisable SureLock McGill Bourne lock at SAGE (pre-register here), at the Realm Hotel on November 16 from 11-5pm.

The new Bourne, a single-point lock with customizable access, safeguarding against surreptitious breaches. The Bourne lock offers escape from the inside and protection based on lock choice. Its surface-mounted design and anti-tamper features enhance security, while variants offer different access controls for added protection.

New Bourne Lock At SAGE November 16

A multi-patented lock for surface mounting, fitted with anti-tamper features to provide additional protection. A progressive restraint ensures the bolt is held at all stages of its retraction. When thrown, the bolt captures the keep within a unique catchment bridge, providing further protection from manipulation.

Variants include ‘day-time access control’ providing speedier access with ‘out of hours lockdown’ by the chosen combination lock, or key. The Bourne lock offers emergency escape at all times, meets international fire and life-safety accreditations, automatic re-securement of the bolt upon door closure, is suitable for both inward and outward opening doors and has a concealed locking system with key providing access to combination lock code change.

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New Bourne lock At SAGE November 16.

The Bourne lock has a structured ordering code that covers the chosen methods of entry, exit and securing, followed by the mounting and orientation codes, additional enhancements can be added to further customise the device.

Optional enhancements include choice of combination lock, or key (both manufacturer & model) to provide various levels of security, daytime access control, key override of access control lock, in case of power failure and monitoring of bolt and deadlock status (standard on daytime access control).

SAGE 2023 is sponsored by Gallagher Security and organised by SEN with support from industry partner, ASIS ACT. The pop-up trade show runs concurrently with ASIS ACT seminars and government training courses and is followed by the ASIS ACT annual dinner at the Press Club.

You can register for SAGE here, register for the ASIS ACT annual dinner here, ASIS training sessions here, read more SEN news here or see scenes from SAGE 2022 here. You can also find out more about the Bourne lock from SureLock McGill here, contact Access Hardware here.

Exhibitors at SAGE this this year include Convergint Technologies, C.R. Kennedy, LSC, Verkada, Access Hardware, SRA Solutions, Honeywell, ARA Security Solutions, Traka, ASIS ACT, CIC Technology, Geutebruck, Ezi Security Solutions, Inner Range, HID, ASSA ABLOY, Bosch, Blue Kee, Stentofon Communications Australia, Perimeter Systems Australia, Aiphone, CriticalArc, Allegion, EVVA EKA CyberLock, Milestone Systems, Lox Locking, Sektor, SAAB, Gallagher, Axis, Powerstack, Keywatcher Australia, Australian Security Fencing, Gunnebo and Hanwha.

New Bourne Lock Features

  • Surface mounted for maximum strength
  • 25mm x 15mm bolt x 25mm throw
  • Catchment bridge secures the bolt into a unique ‘gate’ that encapsulates the keep
  • Progressive restraint ensures the bolt is held back throughout its opening travel
  • Cycle tested to over 1,000,000 cycles
  • International & UK combination lock footprints accommodated
  • Multiple progressive deadlock.

“New Bourne Lock At SAGE November 16, Realm Hotel, Canberra.”

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New Bourne lock At SAGE November 16.


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