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Van Deadlocks – Supplied & Fitted

Deadlocks:

Dead Locks

A deadlock is a mechanical device fitted to the vehicle door. It operates by throwing a bolt into the receiver that is fitted in the opposing body section of the vehicle when operated by a key. Deadlocks have been used with great success in the industry for years now, and still tend to be the preferred option used by many people. Operated by a high security key the deadlock operates independently from the OEM locking system.

We also supply and install Thatcham accredited deadlocks.

Deadlocks have been used with great success in the industry for many years and are still the preferred option for most vehicle owners. Our deadlocks have modernised the original deadlocking systems and have brought the product up to date to meet the increasing security needs of the modern commercial vehicle user.


How Do Deadlocks Work?

Operated with a high security key, a secondary Mortise Lock acts independently to the manufacturer’s locking system by throwing a dead bolt into a specially designed keep, providing optimum vehicle security.

At Ed Lock Ltd, our deadlocks differ from those provided by other suppliers. This is due to the use and design of specific fixings and brackets for each application. Our deadlocks are Thatcham accredited and so are a great, cost effective, high security product you can trust.

Key Features:

  • Door specific kits and bespoke locks keeps enable optimum security
  • Manual locking; independent to vehicles vulnerable locking system
  • The largest deadbolt throw from any supplier
  • Anti-drill, anti-pick, high security and low maintenance cylinders
  • Industry standard locking system
  • Master key systems available
  • Mul-T-Lock 835 series Thatcham accredited

For more information on our Leicester based van locking systems Call Ed Lock Ltd today on 01509 821 253

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