The Pegasus High Security Window Lock, from window and door hardware manufacturer, the Trojan Group, has been awarded a British Board of Agrément (BBA) certificate.
Tony Chadwick, Trojan Group’s managing director, commented:
“We’re delighted to have attained the certification on Pegasus because it’s testament to the product’s technical excellence, performance and overall quality. We put a lot of work into ensuring that the design and manufacturing quality of every one of our products is the best it possibly can be. This is reflected in this achievement.”
BBA Certificates are only awarded after rigorous assessment and are recognised by specifiers and other decision-makers as an indication of quality, so Trojan can be justly proud. The assessments included salt spray, cycle and security testing to confirm its durability.
Trojan described the Pegasus as a ‘one size fits all’ product, because a single lock is suitable for all sashes from 400mm to 1,750mm, giving ‘valuable economies of scale’.
According to Trojan, it’s quick and easy to install too, because the keeps are easy to position in the centre and corner of the windows for every application and gasket compression can be adjusted up to 0.75mm. Offset applications are also achievable from the standard product and the compact central gearbox, which is just 65mm long, means minimal routing is required.
The Pegasus High Security Window Lock has multipoint locking and guaranteed centre and corner locking for additional security with every installation. It has an extended 20mm reverse locking action, which provides enhanced security. What’s more, when windows are jemmy attacked, the locking actions intensify rather than disengaging. The strength of the security credentials are also demonstrated in the lock’s PAS 24 accreditation when fitted as part of a window assembly.
“The Pegasus High Security Window Lock delivers in all areas: it has outstanding security credentials while also offering excellent cost savings. Having achieved BBA accreditation will further enhance the product’s credibility.”