Site Map - Locks and Safes

Top-Mounted Egress Lock

- By customer request, Dyna­Lock Corp. of Bristol, Connecticut, has developed a top-jamb mounting option for its 3101B Delay Egress Magnetic Lock System. The top-jamb bracket allows the lock to be mounted on the pull-side of inward-swinging door openings.

Door Hardware

- The new locking solution from Corbin Russwin of Berlin, Connecticut, is ideal for healthcare and school environments. It can be operated with hips or elbows and is ADA compliant. The strong, dur­able HP3000 Tubular Lock with paddle trim is available in 23⁄4-, 5-, and 7-inch backsets and offers both passage and privacy functions. It is UL Listed for use with fire-rated doors. The trim is available in a full range of finishes, including stainless steel and an optional MicroShield antimicrobial finish.

Keyless Deadbolt

- Arrow Lock of Salem, Virginia, has introduced a new addition to the company’s touch-screen keyless entry products. The Arrow Revolution Deadbolt offers an ex­tra level of security beyond conventional keyed locks. The touch-screen technology eliminates the need to track multiple keys and gives administrators the ability to lock out a single user.

Exit System

- The FE5400S Multi-Point Exit Device Latching System is a three-point auto deadlocking system designed to help protect lives by securing shelters.

Wireless Lockset

- Corbin Russwin of Berlin, Connecticut, has introduced a new lockset with intelligent Wi-Fi access control. The Access 800 WI1 can bring access control to areas of a building that are challenging to wire.

Lock Platform

- Medeco Security Locks of Salem, Virginia, has released M3 Logic, its newest Logic electronic cylinder platform. It allows users to control a combination of mechanical cylinders and electronic cyl­in­ders using the same key.

Electronic Lock

- The new SALTOGEO (Global Electronic Opening) electronic cylinder lock is the latest addition to the standalone RFID lock offerings from SALTO Systems of Atlanta, Georgia.

Electronic Locks

- Ingersoll Rand Technologies of Car­mel, Indiana, has designed a new line of Schlage CO-Series standalone locks to provide enhanced security and efficiency. Available in a variety of options, they allow users to choose the right solution for a facility: keypad-only, proximity, magstripe, and dual credential plus PIN options are available.

Smart Lock Cores

- Medeco High Security Locks of Salem, Virginia, has launched a suite of Small Format Interchangeable Core (SFIC) products designed to offer maximum value and key capabilities for a variety of security needs. The locks featured in the Smart SFIC Solutions product line provide a range of security protection without any new hardware or repairs to existing locks.



Parking Meter Locks

- CyberLock electronic cylinders from Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, gives parking operators control over when collections can be made and who can make them.

Lock Control

- The Lenel ILS is an integrated electromechanical locking system engineered for use with the OnGuard total security solution. Made by Lenel Systems International, Inc., of Pittsfield, New York, the new system is available in both offline and wireless versions.


- The Dual Force 2190 from Adams Rite of Placentia, California, is an interconnected deadbolt and deadlatch for narrow-stile aluminum entrance systems.

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