Posts Tagged ‘chubb’

The Early History of Chubb

You don’t have to be a trained locksmith to know something about the substantial impact Chubb has had on the world of locks and security, writes Connor Glaze Jeremiah and Charles Chubb were born and raised in rural Hampshire. They were originally ironmongers and ship’s outfitters, who worked on dozens of ships that passed through Portsmouth during the early 19th century.…

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Decoders Save the World…

Thank heavens for Decoders, writes one advocate…otherwise it’d be Curtains for us all. Geraint Jones of GJ Locks explains why he thinks Decoders can help save the average locksmith’s family world by reducing the amount of time spent out on the road There are a lot of locksmiths who sit on the fence and can’t decide…

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So You Know About Safes?

Safes in the sense that we now think of them first emerged during the Industrial Revolution. They were originally designed to protect company ledgers from the all too common fires that many factories of this era suffered from. A market for thief resisting versions emerged soon after and now days there are a plethora of…

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Belzona Repair Compounds

An extra toolkit in the professional locksmith’s armoury By John Harding   The name Belzona has become a well known name in the professional engineer’s vocabulary over the last 7 decades. In much the same way as cleaning staff refer to their vacuum cleaner as ‘the Hoover’ engineers around the world frequently refer to their…

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Chubb’s New High-Performance Blackburn Development Gets Planning Green Light

Blackburn Council has granted the planning application for Chubb Fire & Security Limited [1]’s new Blackburn office, a high-performance workspace for hundreds of employees. The project will transform the existing Blackburn office campus into an advanced, integrated and sustainable space for Chubb and UK affiliates of Otis Limited and Carrier Controls Limited, and serve as…

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