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07 February 2012

Stand 145: To coincide with the introduction of its innovative BLOC Technology electromagnetic assembly design and development specialist, Magnet Schultz Ltd, is launching an exciting competition for visitors to win an iPad 2.

The competition will launch at Southern Manufacturing and run until the end of the IFSEC Show at the end of May. It invites the engineering community to think about different applications for Magnet Schultz’s BLOC technology. By visiting the company’s website, they can view an animation describing the BLOC™ technology in detail and the benefits it can deliver to applications in a wide variety of industry sectors, including security, automation, and defence.

The purpose of the competition is for participants to be creative and come up with new and innovative uses for the BLOC Technology. “BLOC is clearly suited to deadlocking security applications in the high security sector but has potential applications beyond our imagination in markets with which we’re less familiar,” says Andrew Newton, Magnet Schultz MD. “We’d like to tap into the knowledge of individuals from other sectors and are prepared to award an iPad 2 for the best suggestion received between Southern Manufacturing and IFSEC exhibitions,” he explains.

BLOC technology is a patented deadlocking system that defies forcible attempts to produce linear movement in a shotbolt or shaft. It offers an ideal solution for a variety of high security applications and is easily adapted to the needs of the organisation installing the technology.

Magnet Schultz Ltd is exhibiting at the Southern Manufacturing show to support the development of new technology and products in its local region and to showcase its new BLOC to visitors. The company is keen to discuss the many applications already identified for BLOC but also to hear about new potential applications where customers can envisage the use of such uniquely secure solenoid technology.


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