School Planning & Management

JAN 2013

School Planning & Management is the information resource for professionals serving the K-12 education market. Covering facilities, security, technology and business.

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P R O D U C T S T H AT W O R K {what's new & noteworthy} SARGENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY Survives the Rush Vandal-Resistant Line Lock Offers Strength T HE SARGENT 11 LINE BORED LOCK PROVIDES withstands tough environments to make it the ideal solution for vandal-prone door openings in educational facilities. High-traffic, high-abuse door openings in schools need a highly reliable and durable lock that keep occupants and property safe and secure. The 11 Line features unique torque-resistant T-Zone construction that significantly exceeds ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 requirements and easily lasts the lifetime of your facility. In addition to its strength and durability, the 11 Line design simplifies facility maintenance by utilizing only one lock body that requires fewer inventoried parts. The 11 Line is also flexible! It can integrate into most facility's key systems and retrofits any cylindrical lock door prep. Cylinder removal is also simple for easy change-outs with many competitive key systems. Flexible, durable, reliable — this lock can take whatever you give it. SPM SARGENT's 11 Line is the ideal solution for the toughest environments like educational and healthcare facilities providing strength and reliability that easily exceeds ANSI/ BHMA Grade 1 requirements. The design also simplifies facility maintenance by utilizing a single lock body for all functions. Flexible, durable, reliable – this lock can take whatever you give it. For more information, visit us at, scan the Tag, or contact your local ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions representative. Get the free mobile app at Copyright © 2013 Sargent Manufacturing Company, an ASSA ABLOY Group company. All rights reserved. JANUARY 2013 / SCHOOL PLANNING & MANAGEMENT 53

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