Ultion and Lock Down Mode™
The moment that Ultion detects forced entry it activates an attack lock directly into the central cam, this is ‘Lock Down Mode’. Even if the most determined intruder gets past Ultion’s two sacrificial sections he won’t get to the attack lock because it is protected deep inside a solid molybdenum core and secured with a dedicated retaining pin. When Ultion is in Lock down Mode your home and family are safe. Even though Ultion has thwarted your intruders attempt to enter your home, you can still operate your lock normally from inside. Leaving you in complete control of your security.
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Molybdenum is used in high strength superalloys. It’s sixth-highest melting point of any alloy and ability to withstand pressures up to 300,000 pounds per square inch are why it features in the production of military aircraft and housing the attack lock in Ultion.
No test has beaten Ultion
Ultion locks have passed all major British standards test for security. Ultion meets the highest TS007 standard (3 star) without needing to be bolstered with support of cylinder protectors or extra secure door handles. Sold Secure Diamond is a test developed in conjunction with The Master Locksmith Association. Test’s designed by locksmiths. Ultion has added the globally recognised BSI Kite-mark to its list of accreditations alongside Secured by Design.
Ultion Key Control
Key Control. Another layer of security. Our keys keep what we have safe and we keep our keys safe. That’s why Ultion now comes with the extra protection of Ultion Key Control.
- Your keys are linked only to you.
- Nobody can cut keys without your permission.
- Early warning system for extra protection.
Brisant Secure is offering homeowners a FREE 10 year £2,000 guarantee against burglary as a result of snapping with Ultion locks.
Homeowners register their newly installed Ultion lock online at www.ultion-lock.co.uk/guarantee-registration/. Then if their home is burgled as a result of Ultion being snapped in the following 10 years, they claim their £2,000.