Helpful Tools for the Access Control Installer

Invest in quality tools that can help you do the job in a professional manner. Good tools last a lifetime. Quality pays off in the long run.


Do you remember the first time you installed an electric strike? Standing at the jobsite, you looked at the scope of the job and realized you didn’t have the right tools. Although you were properly prepared to do regular lock work, you forgot to bring a jigsaw, concrete bits, wire and...


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LITTLE GIANT LADDERS
The last recommendation to make your life easier is a quality ladder. The ability to get up into a hard-to-reach area safely and securely is important.
Input from various technicians leads to one favorite, the Little Giant. This is a combination of 24 ladders in one. The A-frame, extension, and offset positions are set in minutes.
Made of special heavy-wall 6005-T5 aluminum, it is light and portable. The model 1A is government-rated to hold 300 pounds but has survived testing stress up to 1200 pounds.
This is a professional grade ladder system that is designed for use on stairs, ramps, curbs, docks or other uneven surfaces. A number of different models are available with minimum A-frame heights of three to six feet. Choices include the Model 1A, Model 13, Model 17, Model 22 and Model 26.
For more information contact the company at www.littlegiantladder.com

Labor Saving Devices
Labor Saving Devices Inc. (“LSDI”) designs and manufactures advanced specialty tools and related products for the starting to the professional wire and cable installer. They offer a variety of product for drilling and wire/cable path creation, in-wall vision, pushing/pulling wire and terminating, testing and finishing a job.
To complete the wire/cable runs, Labor Saving Devices has a number of installation tool kits.
For more information contact the company at www.lsdinc.com

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