Fullex early history was as an Aluminium window and patio door manufacturer, serving mainly the commercial market. In 1980, Fullex launched their own multipoint Patio door lock, laying the foundations for nearly three decades of successful product development.
Fullex launched the first UK manufactured multipoint locking system in 1986 and was quickly followed to market by the highly regarded SL16 Multibolt, which was one of the market leading locks of the late 1980's and early 90's and has also gained wide acceptance in the very demanding American door market.
The Crimebeater composite door lock, launched in 2002, is one of the most widely specified locks in the local authority and social housing sector. Building on the success of Crimebeater, Fullex launched the Crimebeater Mid Lock, incorporating a 5 lever midlock system which 'double locks' the lock to counter the dual threats of cylinder snapping and 'lock bumping'.
The most recent addition to the lock range, the XL 3 hook multipoint lock, continues the tradition of reliability and security set by its predecessors and is both PAS23/24 capable and Secured by Design licensed.
Fullex current range are all PAS23/24 tested and Secured by Design licensed. The range includes; three multipoint locks, an innovative composite double door locking system, Kitemarked anti bump & anti snap cylinder systems and a rapid egress PAS24 multipoint locking system.
Security has always been the byword for Fullex products, highlighted by the fact that Fullex were the first company to be licensed by Secured by Design.
Fullex Locks has an active development programme and with an in house UKAS accredited test facility to ensure quality and longevity of its products, Fullex is totally committed to standards and quality for the future.