New Delayed Egress electromagnetic lock features up to 1200 lbs of holding force
Pittsburgh, Pa. (July 14, 2011) – BEA’s new Delayed Egress Maglock offers a code compliant, all-in-one locking system for single outward swinging perimeter doors. The electromagnetic lock provides security for applications requiring loss prevention, life safety and traffic control.
The new Delayed Egress Maglock from BEA.
The Delayed Egress Maglock’s built-in sensor detects when pressure is applied to a door, featuring up to 1200 lbs of holding force. The system will sound an alarm and unlock after a predetermined period of pressure on the door, with a short nuisance delay to eliminate accidental triggering.
The cost-effective sensor is easy to install and field selectable to meet a variety of building codes. It includes a key switch for reset and override, and an external sounder alarm. The system uses dry contact relay switching for local and/ or remote alarm monitoring. A built-in security condition sensor and highly visible red/ green light panel indicates when the door is unlocked or closed and bonded.
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Gianettino selected for contributions to company and local community
Pittsburgh, Pa. (July 14, 2011) – Automatic door sensor manufacturer BEA has named Anthony Gianettino its Employee of the Year. Gianettino joined BEA as Mechanical Engineer in 2006, and since then has made considerable contributions to the company as well as the local community.
BEA’s employee of the year, Anthony Gianettino.
The BEA Employee of the Year award goes to the employee that most closely represents the company’s core values of achievement, innovation, customer orientation (both internal and external) and professional ethics.
“Anthony represents all of those things, but has even a bit more with the sincerity in which he does it. Overall, he is an outstanding example of an employee and co-worker. He is a great person and always considers the needs of others,” says Randy Wickman, BEA’s VP of Engineering.
Besides receiving the Employee of the Year award from BEA, Gianettino was recently featured in an article in Living Magazine for his charitable work with the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization. He was also recognized on the prestigious “Pittsburgh’s 50 Finest” list, based on his community involvement and success in his career.
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