TLJ have been awarded full CE Marking certification for Access Control. The accreditation covers four areas: Fire Testing, Mechanical Cycle Testing, Factory Production Control and Sampled Specimen.
Together, these four elements which constitute CE Marking ensure our electronic locks are safe to apply to fire doors and are mechanically robust. Furthermore, the testing regime ensures our production procedures and process are fully audited, and any samples used for testing are entirely representative of those sold to customers.
Our CE Marking was issued by Exova Warrington Certification. Paul Duggan, their Certiifcation Manager, said:
It was a pleasure working with TLJ and helping them meet the CE Marking requirements. Nathan Pilsbury, Exovas’s Hardware Laboratory Manager at our site in Wednesbury, was happy to confirm that TLJ’s electronic locks met the stringent requirements of our testing regimes. CE Marking validates the hard work that TLJ have clearly put in to the development and manufacture of their lock hardware.
It’s worth checking the CE Marking status of your current access control provider, as the legal requirements and compulsory certification processes are difficult to understand, at best. TLJ have successfully navigated the process, and we hold the technical competencies and expertise to offer advice and training to manufacturers of doors, specifiers, contractors and operators in this area.If you feel you may benefit from some training or advice, please contact our Technical Team to register your interest on 01482 830334 or email us at email@example.com.
All installation and commissioning of our locks in the Republic of Ireland is carried out by PSA licensed contractors