ASSA ABLOY launches Triton2 cylinder platform

High-end master key solution offers durability and superior performance for busy hospitals

The Door Hardware & Access Control Group has launched the Triton2 master key solution

The Door Hardware & Access Control Group, a business unit of ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland, has launched its new high-security, patented ASSA Triton² cylinder platform.

ASSA Triton² is a high-end master key solution with long-life patent protection until 2036.

It has been expertly designed and extensively tested in Scandinavia to guarantee high-quality, exceptional durability and excellent performance.

Its unrivalled master keying capability is suited to environments that require large and complex master key suites, such as hospitals and healthcare estates, where key control and durability are paramount.

The comprehensive range of cylinders in the range, along with the master keying capability, guarantees it meets the requirements of the largest and most-complex sites.

As standard, ASSA Triton² provides all features expected of premium ASSA cylinder systems, including an undercut profile, resistant to 3D copying, and other patented features, ensuring a suite will not be compromised.

The platform exceeds requirements laid out in the BS EN 1303: 2015 standard, offering the grade 6, the highest level of key-related security.

Furthermore, it has been fire tested in accordance with BS EN 1634-1:2000 and ASSA ABLOY also supplies an environmental product declaration, showcasing its green credentials and compliance with sustainability regulations.

Another key benefit of ASSA Triton² is the ability to upgrade and integrate with the ASSA CLIQ Remote 5900 range. This combines the strength and durability of a mechanical cylinder and the flexibility of an electronic system, with programmable keys, offering flexible control over access rights.

This gives users the flexibility to upgrade part of their suite where the highest level of security, and/or controlled access to specific areas is required.