Siedle thinks ahead. And back.
Information beyond the individual product – which is all the more worth knowing when it comes to security and convenience at the threshold.
Alternatives to bell button and nameplate: Modern electronics offers additional possibilities. For some applications this can be better, and in many cases is a more economical option. However, high-tech at the threshold must work without problems and with the utmost reliability. In every environment, with every type of climate.
The introduction of new standards and demographic development are lending a significant boost to barrier-free construction. At the same time, the need for even more convenience and security is growing. Siedle combines the two: With products which can be operated by practically anyone with the greatest of ease. And using technology designed to cater for special needs.
Communication, orientation and information form the perfect symbiosis when it comes to the reception and guidance of visitors. They interact to lend unique character to a building.
Seeing: Visitors, the path, letterbox, front door. And being seen: The company sign, the house number, nameplate, control buttons. Siedle communication systems show themselves and their surroundings in just the right light.
The burnishing effect, which is a deliberately induced oxidation, does not seal the material. It forms what is known as a "living surface". Already uneven when in a new condition, it changes over time and, in the same way as bronze, forms a natural patina.
The factory service has maintained Siedle's expertise over many decades – looking after the investment made by our customers.
Rainer Matuschke is head of custom production and of special mechanical construction. Whatever cannot be implemented using the standard product portfolio is made possible by him and his team.
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