Secured by Design (SBD) member company Solon Security have announced that their wall mounted key safe has become the first and only key safe to pass attack-testing at LPS 1175: Issue 8.
Issue 8 is the most recent testing standard of the globally recognised Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB).
The Burton Keyguard XL’s SBD Police Preferred Specification accreditation is underlined by the product surviving a three-minute physical attack test against the latest category A tools. The new accreditation means the key safe is certified for fixing to rendered walls of varied depths.
The 12-digit push-button design allows over 4000 entry code options for security and peace of mind. This key safe has proven to be a huge hit with care providers, labourers and cleaners.
“It is a great pleasure to work alongside Solon Security who I have known for so many years”, says Hazel Goss, SBD Development Officer, “it is always exciting when a new product comes out and the Burton Keyguard XL has reached LPS1175: Issue 8 Security Rating A3, the first of its kind to achieve this standard. It will be another excellent product aiming to reduce crime.”
“Independent attack tests don’t lie”, adds David Simpson, Marketing & Sourcing Manager at Solon Security, “as the first and only model to pass LPS 1175: Issue 8, the Keyguard XL has cemented its place as the highest security key safe on the market today. Customers can buy with confidence knowing that the XL has been put through its paces against the newest tools and methods available to security rating A3.”
Formed over 23 years ago, and members of SBD since 2013, Solon have a huge number of products which have achieved Police Preferred Specification. You can see details on all of Solon Security’s extensive range of SBD accredited products here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&sbdoldcompanyid=569
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