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25th March 2020 Issue no. 500
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Lock Lock and Ultion shine at Lockexpo
It was a hugely successful LockExpo for Brisant Secure, with locksmiths eager to see the unrivalled features of both Lock Lock and Ultion and to benefit from several show deals and free next day delivery.
Brisant Secure has become the go to brand for unrivalled security thanks to the Sold Secure Diamond, 3 Star, Secured by Design accredited Ultion and the unprecedented £1,000 security guarantee that comes with it. But LockExpo was primarily used for the promotion of Lock Lock, the only door security handle that carries Sold Secure certification from the Master Locksmiths Association.
Lock Lock has been designed with a registered edgeless design, which means greater security as there are no surfaces in which would be burglars can get a fixing on to remove the handle. It's also now passed the 6,000-hour mark in a salt spray chamber as against the 240/480 industry standard, providing long-term good looks in the face of pitted handles that have plagued the door industry for decades.
Steve Stewart CEO of Brisant Secure were enthused about the show success and commented: 'We had a great show, reflecting the incredible loyalty and sales success that our customers have with Lock Lock and Ultion, along with our unrivalled next day service. With the recent announcement that we've become the official Federal Lock stockist in the UK, we're now well set to building our following further with both door manufacturers and locksmiths across the country.'
For further information visit www.brisant-secure.com where there are links to the Lock Lock and Ultion websites and you can also register for online ordering. You can e-mail them directly at [email protected] or phone 01924 410200 and can follow them on Twitter @BrisantSecure @LockLockSecure and @UltionLock.
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