KM Thomas specializes in customized, integrated door security and hardware solutions. Representing a large range of manufacturers in Canada, we can provide you with both mechanical and electrical security hardware and the expertise to integrate them together effectively.
For more than 60 years our philosophy has been to provide personalized customer service and high-quality products and solutions. Our team provides expert advice in product selection, along with technical support, system analysis and design.
Choosing Door Hardware
Mechanical Security Door Hardware commonly includes cylindrical locks, mortise locks and exit/panic devices. Find out what to consider when choosing a mechanical locking solution for your application.
Electrified Locking Door Hardware is usually selected based on what happens when the power is interrupted. Locks that are powered to lock are called fail-safe (or fail-unlocked), whereas locks powered to unlock are called fail-secure (or fail-locked). This overview highlights the many choices available to you with respect to function and the appearance of electrical door hardware.
Products in Depth
Latch Retraction Kits are a simple solution for electrically unlocking exit devices. This feature provides an overview of how they work, and the field installed kits we have available for different exit device brands.
Key cabinets and ID systems are ideal for organizations that rely on keyed locks. This feature outlines the range of solutions we offer to keep your keys secure, from standard Lund Key Cabinets to electronic key cabinets for high security applications and key tagging to simplify management and control.
The Thomas Secure School System combines the physical security of durable mechanical door hardware with the latest in access control security technology to create a safe and secure school environment. Read more about all of the unique features and how we can assist in creating the right system for your school.
The Thomas barrier-free washroom system with electronic locking is designed to put locking control into the hands of individuals using the washroom. Find out how the system works and how we can help you configure a barrier-free washroom to meet your needs and local building codes.