Safes

  • Insulated Fire Safes

    A & B Safe Corporation is adding a new line of insulated fire safe to its product line. These One & Two Hour fires safes are available in nine single-door models and three double-door models. They accept all current electronic safe locks and mechanical...

    Product • July 24th, 2009

  • Unlocking a Gary TL-15 Round-Door Safe

    Many characteristics of a safe and its lock can be determined by the safecracker even when no published or personal records can be found. Often, a logical approach is enough to open the safe.

    Article • July 2nd, 2009

  • Product Spotlight: Home Safes

    AMSEC AMSEC’s CSC Composite Safes have always been an affordable solution when you want to protect both documents from fire and valuables from burglary attacks. AMSEC’s improved CSC line for 2009 features 2 hours of fire protection up to 1700...

    Article • May 1st, 2009

  • Selling Home Safes

    A safe rating label indicates the minimum standards to which a safe has been rated. Not all brands of the safes in a specific category offer the same protection.

    Article • May 1st, 2009

  • Pistol Box

    Ft Knox Security Products offers full lines of gun safes, home safes, heirloom safes and safes with fireproofing features. The newest product is the Fort Knox Pistol Box. The 24 pound pistol box is constructed of a beefy 10 gauge body and a massive...

    Product • April 23rd, 2009

  • Pro-Lok Safes & Packaging

    Pro-Lok's colorful retail packaging allows you to make an inviting display to attract your customers' attention. Pro-Lok safes are high ticket impulse sale items that come in a variety of sizes and shapes, including small safes or large safes, biometric...

    Product • April 23rd, 2009

  • U-Hold

    Keedex Inc. introduces the U-HOLD Universal Scope Holder. This unique product acts like a third hand when drilling into safes or using other products such as the Keedex Moonlight. The base of the U-HOLD is a large magnet that secures strongly to safes...

    Product • April 23rd, 2009

  • Electromagnetic Locks

    Continental Access offers electromagnetic locking products that are manufactured with holding forces from 600 to 1200 lbs. Used in correctional facilities, government institutions, airports, schools and office buildings, these locks offer end-users high...

    Product • March 24th, 2009

  • Safe Move: The Good, The Bad and The Lucky

    First and foremost, nobody was injured. Second, this container is a rental unit for me. I did not damage anyone else’s safe. Third, no one else’s property was damaged. Lastly, the glass relocker was intact.

    Article • March 1st, 2009

  • Factors to Consider When Choosing a Scope

    The right scope is key for safe opening or for wafer reading.

    Article • March 1st, 2009

  • FB Series Safe

    Gardall's FB Series safes come in three sizes and they meet the demands of both fire and burglary safe customers. The UL 1 Hour 1700 Fire Label and the UL Residential Security Burglary Label help safe dealers sell their customers on Gardall's very...

    Product • February 19th, 2009

  • AMSEC CSC Composite Safes

    AMSEC's CSC Composite Safes have always been an affordable solution when you want to protect both documents from fire and valuables from burglary attacks. AMSEC's improved CSC line for 2009 features 2 hours of fire protection up to 1700°F, a Group II...

    Product • February 19th, 2009

  • An Overview of Hospital Hardware

    Hospital security hardware and locks must comply with Life Safety codes and other standards.

    Article • February 1st, 2009

  • Read-Eze-II

    Lockmasters is re-releasing the "Read-Eze" - one the most useful manipulation aids of the past 50 years - along with several improvements to create the new "Read-Eze II". The "Read-Eze II" provides magnification to enhance the smallest of indications...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • Promoting Your Business for Profit

    Don’t assume your customers already know what you do. Remember, a few of these same people will walk in your store, look around at the walls holding 127,000 key blanks hanging on pegs and ask, “Do you cut keys?”

    Article • January 1st, 2009