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9:16Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdASSA high security electric strikes. Very high strength, resist 1,500 kg sidepressure on the pivoting staple. Manufactured from high grade steel and tested to 1,000,000 operations. Continuous duty. Not handed.Current draw (fail locked): 300 mA at 12V DC; 160 mA at 24V DC.Current draw (fail safe): 490 mA at 12V DC; 230 mA at 24V DC.Finishes: bright zinc (BZP).Item No.Description9.131EFail locked, unmonitored.9.5131EFail locked, monitored latchbolt engagement.9.8131EFail locked, monitored latchbolt engagement and deadlocking of staple.9.331AFail safe, unmonitored. Opens even when sidepressure of 500 kg is applied.9.5331AFail safe, monitored latchbolt engagement. Opens even when sidepressure of 500 kg is applied.Item No.Description9.16Suits timber frames. For use with ASSA Modular and Evolution locks.9.24Suits metal frames. For use with ASSA Modular and Evolution locks.9.823Suits metal and plastic frames. For use with ASSA Modular and Evolution locks.9.13Suits timber and metal frames. For use with non-ASSA locks.90907.55027254FaceplatesMust be specified together with strike.9.249.8239.139.16Electric Strikes

82Tintern Abbey, Wye Valley, WalesDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to London. DAY 2 ARRIVE LONDON (2 NIGHTS) Welcome to Britain! After check-in, spend time simply relaxing or take a leisurely stroll through the bustling streets of London. Hotel: Park Plaza Riverbank (SF)DAY 3 LONDON SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME See all the major city sights during your sightseeing tour including views of Buckingham Palace. See Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. You are free later to explore and shop on your own in the center of London. (BB) DAY 4 LONDON - STONEHENGE - PLYMOUTH (2 NIGHTS) E Visit the mystical ancient monoliths at Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain. Drive west through Thomas Hardy country, past Dartmoor National Park to the historic naval port of Plymouth. This evening, get to know your companions and Travel Director at a Welcome Pub Reception, which includes a typical British pub meal and drinks. (CB WR) Hotel: Jurys Inn/Copthorne Plymouth (F) DAY 5 CORNISH EXCURSION Your orientation of Plymouth includes the Mayflower steps, where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for the New World. See the Royal Citadel overlooking Plymouth Sound. Consider taking an optional cruise around the famous harbor. Cross the River Tamar and follow the Cornish peninsula to St. Ives, the renowned artists' colony. Photograph St. Michael's Mount near Penzance. Relax and enjoy the stunning Cornish scenery! (FB) DAY 6 PLYMOUTH - BOVEY TRACEY - BATH - CARDIFF B I Stop in Bovey Tracey on the edge of Dartmoor. Enjoy a short visit to the Riverside Mill which contains contempory craft produced by The Devon Guild of Craftsmen - a leading national educational charity with 250 members. Later enjoy a special Be My Guest lunch on a working dairy farm. Admire the splendid Georgian architecture and visit the Roman Baths before leaving Bath for Wales. Cardiff, the capital city of Wales is your final destination. View the impressive castle before checking into your hotel. (FB BG) Hotel: Park Inn City Center (SF) DAY 7 CARDIFF - TINTERN - LUDLOW - CHESTER - LIVERPOOL 5 Marvel at the magnificent scenery as you drive along the beautiful Wye Valley. View the ruins of Tintern Abbey, which inspired the poets Wordsworth and Tennyson. Cross the beautiful Welsh Marches at Hereford to visit the Tudor market town of Ludlow in Shropshire. Your Travel Director takes you on a walking orientation tour of Chester, which includes the Roman Walls, the Cathedral and the famous Tudor Rows. Liverpool was once a thriving port and its famous skyline includes the fourth largest Cathedral in the world. This evening enjoy an included 'Beatles' drive through the city with a local expert. (FB) Hotel: Jurys Inn (F) SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. London Morning sightseeing tour. . Stonehenge Visit the ancient stone circle. . Plymouth Sightseeing includes the Mayflower Steps. . Cornish Excursion View St. Michael's Mount and visit pretty St. Ives. . Bovey Tracey Visit the Devon Guild of Craftsmen exhibition of contempory craft. . Bath Orientation including a visit to the Roman Baths. . Cardiff View the impressive Castle. . Tintern View the Abbey. . Ludlow Visit this Norman town. . Chester Orientation includes the Cathedral and a stroll along the 'Rows'. . Liverpool Visit this great port on the Mersey. Included 'Beatles' drive of the city with a local expert. . Lake District Admire the stunning landscape which inspired Wordsworth. . Glasgow Orientation tour of the city. . Glencoe See the valley of the famous massacre. . Fort William See the Commando Memorial. . Culloden Moor Visit the famous 1746 battle site. . Scottish Highlands Excursion to the Isle of Skye. . Balmoral Included visit to the Castle - Scottish home of the British Royal Family. . Crathie Church Visit the Church where Princess Anne remarried. . St. Andrews View the famous golf course. . Edinburgh Sightseeing includes a visit to the Castle and views of Holyrood House, the Royal Mile and Scottish Parliament. . Jedburgh View the Abbey ruins. . York Orientation includes the Minster and the Shambles. . Stratford upon-Avon Visit Shakespeare's Birthplace and Visitors Center and Anne Hathaway's cottage. . Oxford Visit one of the university's colleges (when open). . J Audio Headsets On all guided visits and included sightseeing.INSIDER HIGHLIGHTS. G Hidden Treasure Enjoy at least one surprise Hidden Treasure experience, unique to your itinerary, courtesy of your expert Travel Director. . B Be My Guest Luncheon on a working dairy farm in Somerset. . 5 Local Expert Enjoy an included 'Beatles' drive with a local expert in Liverpool to see locations connected to this legendary band. . I Local Specialty Visit the Devon Guild of Craftsmen exhibition of contempory craft in Bovey Tracey.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. 2 buffet breakfasts and 1 continental breakfast in London. . Welcome Pub Reception in Plymouth, which includes Traditional British Fare and Welcome Drinks. . 10 full breakfasts. . 2 three-course dinners. . Be My Guest luncheon at a working dairy farm. . Local highlight restaurant dinner with wine in Glasgow. . Farewell Dinner with wine in York.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to pages 70-71. . A qualified Local City guide in Edinburgh. . Tickets are included for the world-famous Tattoo during the Edinburgh Festival. . London airport shuttle service (conditions apply, refer to page 242). . L Souvenir Photo Capture treasured memories of your trip with a complimentary group photo taken at a landmark location.Best of Britain*Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd9:17Electric StrikesASSA medium security electric strikes. Resist 450 kg sidepressure on the pivoting staple. Manufactured from high grade steel and tested to 1,000,000 operations. Continuous duty. Not handed.Current draw: 190 mA at 12V DC; 110 mA at 24V DC.Finishes: bright zinc (BZP).Item No.Description9.14EFail locked, unmonitored.9.514EFail locked, monitored latchbolt engagement.9.114AFail unlocked, unmonitored.9.5114AFail unlocked, monitored latchbolt engagement.Item No.Description9.505Suits metal or PVC frames. For use with ASSA Modular and Evolution locks.9.510Suits timber frames. For use with ASSA Modular and Evolution locks.9.5Suits metal or PVC frames. For use with non-ASSA locks.9.10Suits timber frames. For use with non-ASSA locks.FaceplatesMust be specified together with strike.9.5059.5109.59.10