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TERMS AND CONDITIONS | ACCESS CONTROL ACCESS CONTROL SALES POLICY


We at Honeywell Access Systems believe that service and support play an important role in the success of our business. In order to ensure our customers receive both accurate and reliable information, your call may be monitored by Honeywell's management team. This is another way in which Honeywell Access Systems is continuing to provide the highest level of service and support in the industry.


1. Ordering


Customer may order Products from Honeywell by faxing Honeywell’s Customer Service department and by issuing a purchase order specifying the quantity of products, the desired delivery date, shipping method, and the locations to which Product should be shipped.


Honeywell reserves the right to refuse any purchase order, and is not bound to honor it, unless a paper copy via fax or mail has been received at Honeywell’s Oak Creek (Milwaukee), Wisconsin headquarters.


Orders received without a requested shipping date will be scheduledfor shipment according to current Honeywell production schedules. Payments are accepted in U.S. currency only. Exceptions to this policy are handled on an individual basis. Prices are subject to change without notice. Minimum order amount accepted by Honeywell is $100.00 net. Cancelled orders are subject to a minimum l5% cancellation charge if canceled within forty-five (45) days of placing the respective purchase order. Special (spec) or custom (cust) order items that cannot be cancelled with our suppliers are subject to a 100% cancellation charge.


A minimum order of 25 is required on stock card items. Call for a quotation and minimum requirements on non-stock cards (i.e. custom/special cards).


2. Delivery and Shipping Orders will be assigned estimated ship dates based on product availability and the date Honeywell receives and accepts the order. Honeywell shall make every reasonable effort to meet delivery date(s) quoted or acknowledged. However, Honeywell will not be liable for its failure to meet such dates. Orders which cannot be shipped for more than 90 days may be canceled.


Honeywell shall not be liable for loss, damage, detention, or delay due to war, riots, civil insurrection or acts of the common enemy, fire, flood, strikes, or other labor difficulty, acts of civil or military authority including governmental laws, orders, priorities or regulations, acts of the Customer, embargo, wrecks, or delays in


transportation, inability to obtain necessary labor, materials or manufacturing facilities from unusual sources, or other causes beyond the reasonable control of Honeywell. In case of delay in performance due to any such cause, the date of delivery or time for completion will be adjusted to reflect the actual length of time as may be necessary to properly reflect the delay.


The Customer’s receipt of Equipment shall constitute a waiver on any claims for delay.


In the event that Customer requests a guaranteed ship date Honeywell reserves the right to add to the purchase price, subject to Customer’s approval, expenses which increase the costs of production, (i.e. freight charges, overtime expenses, etc). Honeywell reserves the right to make shipments of complete orders in advance of the ship dates specified and partial orders with prior approval from Customer. Claims for delays in shipment, shortage and damage must be initiated by Customer with the carrier.


3. Freight and Title Title and risk of loss or damage to the Equipment shall pass to the Customer upon tender of delivery FOB at Honeywell’s facility, except that a security interest in the Equipment or any replacement shall remain with Honeywell, regardless of mode of attachment to realty or other property, until full payment has been made therefore.


Customer shall do all things and acts necessary to perfect and maintain said security interest and shall protect Honeywell’s interest by adequately insuring the Equipment against loss or damage from any cause and Honeywell shall be named as an additional insurer. Customer shall provide Honeywell with certificates of insurance coverage.


Claims for shortages and damages enroute must be promptly filed with the delivery carrier by the Customer.


Shipments will be routed by the most expeditious and reasonable method. Freight charges will be prepaid and added to the invoice. Use of carriers other than Honeywell’s preferred carrier(s) may be subject to additional handling charges to the Customer.


All freight charges, including warranty shipments, are the Customer’s responsibility.


4. Payment Terms Standard domestic terms are 2% discount if paid within ten (10) days, or NET thirty (30) days. Terms for international sales may require Letters of Credit rather than open credit terms subject to Credit Department approval. All claims and/or disputes concerning


Call 1-800-323-4576 for more information.


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