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  • 9600/9700/9800 Series Exit Devices

    Based on the workhorse 9000 Series heavy duty devices, DORMA's 9600/9700/9800 Series narrow stile exit devices easily retrofit DORMA's 5000 series and most other manufacturers' narrow stile devices. The 9600 Series (concealed vertical rod) and 9800 Series...

    Product • April 27th, 2010

  • Young Ann Safe Co., Ltd

    Company • April 26th, 2010

  • Expanded Web Version: Door Operators: Opening The Door To New Revenue Streams

    Automatic doors and operators can cause serious injury or death, when not correctly and safely adjusted and maintained. Only AAADM certified technicians should repair, adjust or maintain automatic doors.

    Article • April 5th, 2010

  • General Lock Helix 100 Biometric Fingerprint Reader

    A standalone Helix 100 is tied into an existing access control system using the Wiegand output to establish a networked Helix 100 system.

    Article • April 5th, 2010

  • The Cost of Doing Business

    A local locksmith was working on a door lock at a large mall recently when he was stopped by mall security officers. The officers stated that the locksmith must include the mall as an additionally insured company on his business liability insurance policy...

    Article • April 5th, 2010

  • Essential Tools For Today’s Locksmith

    Steve Young shares his top 10 tools in three categories: automotive, residential/commercial and safe and vault servicing.

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • Master Lock Meets New ASTM Lock Bumping Standard

    Taking steps to combat a security problem that has increasingly touched the lives of homeowners, tenants, property managers, security directors as well as businesses nationwide, ASTM International (www.astm.org) has developed testing criteria under its...

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • Key Control With the GE Security KeySafe™ P500

    The KeySafe P500 pushbutton lock is designed to resist unauthorized access.

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • HASPS –The Closing Mechanism for Padlocks

    People have been locking up their possessions forever. To secure possessions, there are specialized locks like door locks, vehicle locks and utility locks. These types of locks provide specific functions. They are not designed to be taken off and used for...

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • Introducing Schlage SecureKey

    Schlage’s new SecureKey™ cylinder allows you to re-key the lock without ever removing it from the door.

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • American Lock Helps The Locksmith Sell

    The American Lock tagline tells it all, “The Locksmith’s Lock.” American padlocks have always been known for quality products and that saying remains true today. American Lock is now a Division of Master Lock Company, but the solid body padlocks...

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • Stand Alone Access Control Solutions From Securitron and Essex

    The Securitron DK-26 is Securiton’s medium to high security keypad solution. The narrow keypad makes this system suitable for door frames with narrow frames. The basic system is comprised of a controller which mounts inside the protected area, and...

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • DoorJak®: An Extra Hand You Pay For Only Once

    This new tool enables locksmiths to remove, service and install doors weighing up to 750 pounds without hiring an assistant.

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • Schlage Contactless Smart Credentials Increase Security, Compatibility and Scalability

    Schlage’s new line of contactless smart credentials provides the highest level of security, compatibility and scalability on the market today, according to Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies. The new contactless smart credentials leverage MIFARE EV1...

    Article • March 3rd, 2010

  • Vandal-Resistant Keypad

    Like a bouncer without the rap sheet, the Paxton Vandal Resistant Metal keypad has been developed to stand up to abuse and is perfect for areas susceptible to vandalism or physical environments where bumps and scrapes are inevitable. The keypad...

    Product • February 19th, 2010