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today announced that it has successfully acquired Guardian Interlock Systems.
The DMSK2 is a standalone, stainless steel, double door interlock specially designed for hygienic areas and suitable for all types of doors.
Tony Baggott, Sales & Marketing Director at Fortress Interlocks, commented: "We have revamped the amGard range as part of a long term programme to ensure our products remain at the forefront of industrial interlock technology.
Specifically, we define an interlock as occurring when Firm A has Director 1 serving as an insider and Director 2 serving as an outsider, whereas Firm B has Director 1 serving as an outsider and Director 2 serving as an insider.
Byline: KATE NASH ***** A story in Tuesday's New Mexican about ignition interlocks stated that the Adobe Interlock company had gone out of business.
The no-smoking and tougher responsible service laws made business challenging, but the state's legislation that mandated ignition interlock technology on the cars of first-time drunk driving offenders forced a new business model.
These phrases/sentences are made of 2 or more short word ladders which interlock," Susan writes.
The eGard interlock system requires an operator to turn and remove a key from the door to the enclosure.