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There's always something new to discover at the security trade shows. A colleague of mine recently attended ISC West, and I asked him if he saw anything new while he was there. Obviously the answer was yes, but he was exasperated by the large amount of...
Locksmith licensing can be a controversial topic, with some members of the locksmith community firmly behind it and others just as firm in their opposition. The pro-licensing argument is that unqualified locksmiths will be driven out of business, while...
How many times have you been out on a job site and come across a device that you have never seen before? E-mail a few digital photographs to tech support or your fellow locksmiths, and you’ll quickly identify even rare or antique lock components
The Repli-Code 7 TX is capable of making cloned transponder keys for more than 750 makes, models and vehicle years on the road today.
Pro-Lok's new shapes and sizes of auto opening tools are
designed to bypass even the most stubborn lock system.
Hodge Products' customers were becoming increasing concerned about the loss of valuable padlocks when the locks were unsecured. Sav Lok, a system for permanently attaching a chain assembly to padlock shackles, provides an easy solution.
(Product photos will be available in July)
ALOA Booth 922
A1 Security introduces KeyCommander, a first line of defense for common-sense key control. The lockable cabinets hold 25, 50, or 100 key pegs that can be locked into a...
New to the line of alarmed exit devices for rim fire and rim panic applications are special model designations for hurricane and weatherized applications.
The first laminated padlocks will have a four-pin tumbler lock mechanism using the Pacific Lock PW1 keyway. Future introductions will include a five-pin tumbler version with various restricted and non-restricted keyways.
CyberLock® electronic lock cylinders easily replace the lock cylinders found in mechanical locks. Once replaced, the lock is only accessible by a CyberKey. Both CyberLocks® and CyberKeys® record who, what, when, and where with every contact.
Since interior doors usually weigh less than comparable exterior doors, the door is easier to move, cut to size and install. One person can usually handle the installation. This installation was made even easier as the door to be installed fit a 24...
ED800s are designed for easy, one-person installation. The basic unit is non-handed and the control unit is non-mount specific. You can change from a pull side to a push side mount simply by flipping a toggle switch and installing the appropriate arm.