Sunday, October 30, 2011

Abloy Protec Double Cylinder Deadbolt Lock

This Abloy Protec Lock is top of the line in bump, pick, and drill resistance, requiring special authorization to acquire duplicate keys. A double cylinder deadbolt assembly includes two keyed cylinders, one for the outside of the door and one for the inside.  As the double deadbolt requires a key to lock or unlock from either side, it ensures that the lock cannot be accidentally locked or unlocked without the key.

 One thing to note is that you'll have to make sure that a double deadbolt can be legally installed on the door you plan to install it on as in emergency situations it can pose a fire risk. If there are no restrictions where you'd like to install this lock, the safety features alone are worth the expense!

For more information on this lock system, contact us at Welter Lock & Safe!

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Trailer Pin Lock

Keep your trailer, drop hitch, and hitch covers secure with our wide array of locking hitch pins. These pins give you the peace of mind you're looking for when you venture away from your rig.

This specific trailer pin lock is perfect for any goose-neck trailer or 5th wheel trailer. The simple key lock system makes it easy for you to unlock but hard for others to open, which is exactly the point, right? The sturdy design keeps your property safe from theft and is an investment that will last for years!

For more information on this and any of our other products, contact us at Welter Lock and Safe!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Hayman FS4000 Heavy Duty Floor Safe On Sale!

We've got a fantastic Hayman Safe Co. FS4000 Floor Safe on sale, in store! We're offering this heavy duty safe for $960 O.B.O. (not including delivery and installation).

Come by our location to take a look at the FS4000 in store today! This is a deal you won't want to pass up! Visit our website or give us a call at 954-584-3811 for more information!

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Simplex LL-1011-26D-41 Keyless Lock System

The convenient push button lock combination system eliminates the need for a technician to be called out when you lose your keys! And you can reset the combination at any time, if needed.

This system is designed to fit into the same place as your existing door lock with no additional wiring or batteries!

For more information, visit our website

Sunday, October 2, 2011

What to Look for in a Gun Safe - Part 2

Here are some more tips on how to choose the right gun safe for you! Remember, call Welter Lock & Safe if you have any questions!

  • When buying a FIRE RESISTANT gun safe, be certain that the fire insulation used is of a very high quality, such as ceramic. Avoid safes with dead air spaces. Safes using ceramic blanket or bulk ceramic pressed right up against the wall of the safe is a far better method of insulating.
  • Safes with fully recessed doors give better protection against pry bars and porta-powers.
  • Be sure your safe has heavy exterior wall that is at least 1/8" thick for burglary protection.
  • The fire liner should be U.L. listed ceramic fiber insulation material, not sheet rock or fire board.
  • It has to have at least a two inch thick fire liner encased in a second layer of steel inside the safe.
  • The door must have a clamping action while the gun safe's dead bolts are being engaged.
  • You should be able to put a tremendous amount of pressure on the handle shaft itself without twisting or snapping anything on the inside of the door.
  • The safe bodies should have a one piece wrap around with no vertical seams including the door seat.
  • Your combination box mounting surface should be welded to the door first, then the hard plate should be able to slip in between.
  • Your independent re-lock should be protected behind the hard plate.
Source: SturdySafe