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Panels Create Separate, Secured Spaces

Electric door strikes can be programmed in a way that allows only those authorized in, thus creating security and versatility for a room that otherwise only one department would be able to use.

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WireCrafters, a Louisville, KY-based manufacturer of wire partitions and other related material handling products, recently provided a solution for a customer using its Style 840 2″ x 1″ woven wire mesh panels.

The panels were provided for an existing file room at an Exxon Mobil facility in Anchorage, Alaska to create three separately secured spaces. This allowed the customer to designate spaces to individual departments. Electric door strikes can be programmed in a way that allows only those authorized to access certain areas, thus creating an additional layer of security and versatility for a room that otherwise only one department would be able to use. Now the whole room was able to be fully utilized.

Southwest Solutions Group installed the product and were given support and information from Wirecrafters throughout the installation process. According to Southwest Solutions Group, they selected WireCrafters, first and foremost, because they were impressed by the quality of their product. They also appreciated the detailed information and directions to achieve a smooth installation, as well as the quick response time from WireCrafters during the planning and RFP phase of the project. It was necessary to provide several revisions of its design and scope. In addition, special shipping arrangements were made to protect the product during the long ocean voyage. WireCrafters was flexible and effective throughout the entire process, and were always willing to respond to technical questions.

www.wirecrafters.com; 800-924-9473

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