Posts by Locks & Security Magazine

New Partnership Strengthens Presence in Site Security Market Wireless Key Safe Launched by Orbis Protect

An agreement between leading site protection provider Orbis Protect and the makers of the UK’s most secure smart key safe is set to significantly improve security for site managers and FM staff across the country. Orbis Protect has agreed an exclusive distribution deal with Keynetics, the makers of the Bluetooth-enabled SentriKey®, to offer a full-proof…

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New Garage Door Defender Awarded Sold Secure Silver

Leeds-based security specialists, Safe and Vault Company Ltd., have launched The Garage Door Defender, a solution designed to prevent unwanted entry to up and over garages. Launched in August 2019, The Garage Door Defender is the first product of its kind to achieve Sold Secure Silver Accreditation. The Garage Door Defender is suitable for a…

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NEW ULTION WXM PERFORMS 3X NORMAL 3 STAR TEST STANDARD

Ultion WXM has extra molybdenum, the metal that is 25% denser than iron, integrated within its design. Brisant-Secure redesigned and improved the materials used to increase the strength and durability that Ultion brings. The BS EN1303 test requires standard 3 Star locks to achieve 100,000 cycles. If the lock and key meet the required 100,000…

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Reliance High-Tech Relocates to New Headquarters as Part of Its Growth Strategy

New Reliance High-Tech Office

Reliance High-Tech, the leading independent security technology integrator and provider of lone worker protection services, has announced that it has relocated its headquarters to a new state-of-the-art facility in Station Road, Bracknell, from its previous site in Winnersh, Berkshire. The move follows a highly successful 12 months for the company and highlights its intention to…

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Locks exhibition at Fordingbridge Museum

Fordingbridge Museum has a brand new and exciting exhibition celebrating brothers from the town who made their family name famous. The exhibition of Chubb locks was made possible by a generous loan of locks displayed in a custom made display case by Brian Morland, the curator of the History of Locks Museum. The Chubb family…

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Squire’s New SS100 Padlock Sets an International Standard First

Squire’s new SS100 padlock

Security specialist Squire has launched another world-beating padlock, with the seriously heavy duty SS100, the only padlock ever to achieve The Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) SR4 standard. Designed as the world’s strongest production padlock, Squire’s SS100 padlock is designed for commercial premises where extra high security is a priority for facilities managers and specifiers…

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Time for Change at the GAI

Julian Newman has been appointed as the new president of the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI), with a new team of executive officers and a clear agenda for change. Julian will lead the major new developments currently underway at the GAI and Institute of Architectural Ironmongers (IAI) as part of the One Future Vision initiative.…

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Mobile Data

I have reached an age where I have decided mini holibobs are the answer. Normally I zip to Spain but with the European problem unresolved I am not sure until it has been settled what to make of it. Will my car/insurance/license/health be covered/legal or a problem. But this has led to another small problem,…

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