September 2007 Professional Builder New Product Report

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New products featured in the September 2007 edition of Professional Builder magazine including a programmable security lock from Schlage and a kitchen sink from Pegasus/Blanco that also functions as a convenient cutting board.

September 01, 2007


Bringing piece of mind, the Schlage King Cobra 2 (KC-2) deadbolts and Access Control Management System uses a programmable iButton, rather than keys. That means, according to the company, there's no need to replace or re-key deadbolts. The ANSI/BHMA Grade 2 deadbolts provide first-rate security and low susceptibility to kick-in, drilling and wrench attacks. For FREE information, visit

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Expanding on its Gallery Collection line of garage doors, Clopay's new offerings include three-layer sandwich construction options. The doors are available in two thicknesses, 1 38 and 2 inches, with a thermal break to improve energy efficiency. The doors have long and short grooved panels constructed from heavy 24-gauge wood grain textured steel. For FREE information, visit

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Made in single and double non-metallic configurations, the latest offering from Pegasus maximizes kitchen space with the oversized granite kitchen sink. The sinks are made in several colors and come with two cutting boards (mahogany and glass), a colander and a bowl. For FREE information, visit

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Combining RF, infrared and low-voltage remote signals without the need for reconfiguration, is the Multifunction Controller from Auton. It features a remote control equipped with two preset buttons that can be used to program the television's position into memory. An RS232 option enables users to control their PCs through the flat-panel television screen. For FREE information, visit

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