Terms and conditions of use
This website is an on-line information service provided by CISA SpA/Allegion Group. By using this website, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions as outlined here below and to use this service for lawful purposes and in compliance with the applicable laws and regulations.


Intellectual property
Users acknowledge that all material and contents on this website are the property of CISA SpA and are protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. The contents may not be, either in whole or in part, copied, reproduced, modified, transferred, loaded, downloaded, distributed, transmitted, displayed, resold or republished in any form whatsoever without the prior written consent of CISA SpA, which it may withhold at its sole discretion.

Trademarks on this website are the property of CISA SpA/Allegion Group and its subsidiaries. They may not be used on any other website other than the CISA SpA website without the prior written consent of CISA SpA.


Limitations of responsibility
The purpose of this website is to provide accurate and updated information. CISA SpA shall make every effort to ensure the information presented on its website complies in full with the requisites of accuracy and updating. However, the possibility of errors or unintentional omissions cannot be excluded. If errors are notified, they will be corrected. Under no circumstances shall CISA SpA be liable for damage, loss or prejudices of any nature which third parties might suffer as a result of visiting this website.


CISA SpA does not accept any responsibility for materials created or posted by third parties with which the website has a hypertext link. Users who decide to use a link to visit websites other than CISA SpA do so at their own risk and accept that they should take all the necessary precautions to protect themselves from computer viruses or similar phenomena.

This website contains links to other sites; this does not imply sponsorship or affiliation with the entities providing the services described in those websites.

Received information
Any communication or any other material sent to CISA SpA, either by email or web pages, shall be treated as non-confidential. Therefore, CISA SpA has no obligation with respect to such material and shall be free to use, without compensation, reproduce, disclose, show, transform, modify, publish or distribute what it has received without any limit. Moreover, CISA SpA shall also be free, without compensation, to use any ideas, concepts, know-how, or techniques contained in such material for any purpose whatsoever including, but not limited to, developing, manufacturing, and marketing products and services incorporating such information. Communication of information or of any other material involves acknowledgement that the same can be published and acceptance not to bring any legal action from third parties against CISA SpA in relation to such material


A cookie is a small piece of data which contains a unique and anonymous identification code, which the user sends to the browser from a web service and which is later stored by the user's web browser on the user's hard drive. The cookie is then read and recognized by the sending website for subsequent interactions with that website by the same user. Cookies are present in some pages of this website in order to use the information to track the user's operations on this website. If you do not wish to receive cookies, you can set your browser to notify you when you receive them and then decide whether to accept them or not. You may also use the option on your web browser to disable all cookies. In both cases, it might not be possible to have access to all services.


Law and jurisdiction
Interpretation and execution of these terms and conditions are governed by Italian law. The Court of Bologna, Italy, shall have exclusive jurisdiction for any disputes arising from or connected with the terms and conditions outlined herein. Nevertheless, CISA SpA reserves the right to take legal action before courts of cities or countries other than Bologna or Italy in order to protects its interests and enforce its rights.