Monthly Archives: October 2011

Kinetic Defence
What is it? KineticDefence™ is a technology that will be added to Lockwood 5 pin tumbler cylinders preventing “bump” attack. A unique set of stainless steel driver pins, along with tight manufacturing tolerances increases the security of the cylinder by resisting bump and picking manipulation. These stainless steel driver pins have a unique geometry which resists the kinetic forces applied when under a "bump" attack.…
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Kinetic Defence
Sliding Window or Door Locking System
This is a simple to make security feature we refer to “Grandma’s Security”. It is so basic, barely costs anything and yet is so effective, first time I seen this type of security feature was at Grandma’s house. It’s a homemade pole which can easily and quickly be made out of any hard substance, such as an old broomstick, solid curtain rod, simply measure and…
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SLIDING WINDOW OR DOOR LOCKING SYSTEM
SCEC
Suppliers & Installers of SCEC-endorsed Security Equipment The Security Construction and Equipment Committee (SCEC) was established by the Australian Government. The Security Construction and Equipment Committee (SCEC) is a standing interdepartmental committee responsible for the evaluation of security equipment for use by Australian Government departments and agencies. SCEC reports to the Attorney General's, Protective Security Policy Committee which was established by the Australian Government to…
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Local Locksmith
  Door hardware generally in place complement it’s dwellings surrounding. For instance, Locksmiths located in Sydney CBD on a daily basis deal with commercial grade door hardware, from basic key locks to hydraulic door closers.  A Locksmith located in a residential suburb would mainly deal with residential locks. It is always wise to contact your local locksmith firstly as your local Locksmith should have an…
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LOCAL LOCKSMITH