Vans and trucks (but also containers) are often the target of thieves and criminals because of the accessibility of valuable and/or private goods stored inside.
As promised, in this blog we look at the main weaknesses of metal boxes, often incorrectly called safes, and some of the ways thieves open them.
It should be noted that these boxes are not certified in any way and, unlike professional safes and most security boxes, are mostly imported from the Far East and are generally very cheap.
Sometimes it can be difficult to disentangle the different types of safes available on the market. However, although at first sight many of them look similar, in reality they can be distinguished into 3 macro-categories:
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Tools, electric and traditional bicycles, motorbikes and cars are just some of the valuable goods that are normally stored in garages.
Automatic gates have brought undisputed comfort, since they have made it possible to open the accesses on which they are installed without getting out of the vehicle and without any effort. Continue reading
There are many different shapes and sizes of padlocks on the market. But when it comes to choosing one, as well as looking at specific characteristics, such as the heat and chemical treatments they have undergone or the general strength of the product, it is important to consider which padlock, based on its size, can best meet your needs.
In the last post we saw how to open all the locks with the same key, thanks to the KA system.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, all these locks must often be operated by different people: owner, shop assistants, administrative staff, suppliers… which adds a further layer of complexity and possible confusion. In this case it may be useful to be able to give each person or group of people a key which only opens certain doors and not others.
A shop may have a rather complex management of the keys. Typically, there are various locks: shutters, entrance door, doors to offices and storerooms, secondary entrances or gates, security grilles and gates. If each lock is managed independently the bunch of keys soon becomes very bulky, and inconvenient to carry and use. Continue reading