Butchered, attacked, and secure
When Kestrel Aluminium Systems took Lock Lock to an official, independent test house for the PAS 24 assessment of a door, the company filmed the rigorous abuse – www.bit.ly/2GqN2IW.
Lock Lock has a registered edgeless design that cannot be grabbed by tools for forceful removal.
The video shows a sustained attack for over a minute in a test house environment with a full set of available tools, and once the handle is finally removed, Lock Lock’s spindle stops the would-be burglar. In relation to this PAS 24 test, Lock Lock carries the Sold Secure certification from the Master Locksmiths Association.
Nick Dutton CEO of Brisant Secure said: “This is clearly one of the most compelling videos yet of just how good Lock Lock is at deterring the willing burglar. This is a real-life simulation, in an independent test house, and instigated by one of our valued customers.
“Door security has never been such an important issue for consumers and the industry as a whole, and it’s a key driver in sales. The fact that many of the leading locksmiths stock Lock Lock is a testament to their absolute confidence in the product and the same can be said for leading aluminium systems companies such as Kestrel Aluminium Systems.”