(PRWEB UK) 18 January 2013
The highly innovative Signature Window developed and sold exclusively by trade manufacturer Pioneer Trading Company Ltd has become one of the most secure available, in addition being the most thermally efficient.
Pioneer is fitting the SAC V Series Shootvault 3D Locking System which is said by its manufacturer to take window hardware to ‘new pinnacles’ by improving the security of the central section of the casement through the additionof a door-type deadbolt lock.
The Shootvault 3D lock provides 11 point locking with a deadbolt to provide what Pioneer believes is virtually impregnable security to its Signature Sash, which has found favour amongst the Signature dealers who are selling the product exclusively as part of the Signature Network.
The central part of the lock utilises a rugged steel deadbolt lock which fits into a specially designed GFN keep with a hardened steel plate that provides exceptional resistance to determined attack. Two steel cams on the mechanism also secure in this central keep to provide additional security on either side of the deadbolt lock. A patented docking system also secures the bolt in the keep against sideways movement when under attack.
The 3D shootbolt arrangement incorporates a cam on the shootbolt which extends into a hardened steel keep to prevent the shootbolt being levered out of its location. Thus a shootbolt locking system is designed to resist attack on all three planes offering significantly improved levels of security.
Danny Williams, managing director of Pioneer Trading and designer of the Signature Window, says that the product will enjoy continuous improvements and developent to ensure dealers selling the product may continue to be able to tell customers it is the best casement window on the market: “Our dealers are enjoying growing sales because they can tell their customers genuinely that the Signature Sash is the best window on the market, and then back up that claim. The addition of the SAC Shootvault as standard means that the window is virtually impossible to prise open; determined thieves will have to find another way in.”