HSL 175: Maximum reliability due to mechanical self-locking mechanism

STUV opens new ways with automatic self-locking of detention room locks.

New HSL model for the correctional system
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Prison Goldlauter Suhl aerial view

Modernisation of locking system
Goldlauter Correctional Facility

The prison in the east of Germany is replacing the detention room and passage door locks that have been in use for decades as part of its maintenance. The new HSL-C locks based on the ultra-modern HSL double bit technology provide modern security without the need to replace doors or carry out time-consuming reconstruction work.

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New construction of
Detention House B -
Neumünster Prison

For the new building costing almost 18 million euros, STUV Prison Solutions is supplying detention room locks, passage door locks and motor locks of the HSL series for mechanical and electronic use with control. The project was completed in the first quarter of 2022.

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New Latch lock

With the HSL 103, STUV presents the first latchbolt lock with mechatronically engageable rotary knob and the proven HSL locking mechanism.

with mechatronically engageable rotary knob
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Sliding door lock HSL 504

STUV provides an answer to the increasing demand for solutions for sliding doors in the field of custody and correctional services with the new motorised sliding door lock
HSL 504.

New solution for sliding doors
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Modernising made easy

STUV is breaking new ground with its Compact series and has integrated its modern mechanical HSL locking system into the outer dimensions of the single- or double-bit series.

New HSL Compact series
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Basic refurbishment
of Bützow Prison

The state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, represented by the BBL M-V, Neubrandenburg division, is currently carrying out the basic renovation of Detention House B at Bützow Prison. After the renovation, there will be 75 detention places with separate detention areas.

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New construction of Sanitz Police Station

A new building for the police was erected in Sanitz as part of a construction project of the federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany.

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