He might try snapping your lock
Lock snapping is a fast growing epidemic where the intruder can quickly, quietly and simply snap your handle and lock and walk into your home. Anti-snap locks are designed to snap off in the correct place leaving the burglar incapable of being able to grab the lock. But not all anti-snap locks will stop him then attacking the central section of the lock and opening your door – still within a few seconds.
Ultion's double snap resistance
If an attacker tries to snap an Ultion lock he will only snap the end of the lock leaving another sacrificial section still in place. If he then manages to reach the next section inside the door and remove it he is left with a secure molybdenum core.
A hidden security lock automatically engages when an attack is detected
Deep inside the Ultion central molybdenum core there is a concealed attack lock. As soon as the lock detects an attack it will activate this hidden lock and enter lockdown mode. So even if the attacker manages to snap Ultion (twice) your home is still secure from the outside, yet fully operational from the inside, with a key! Ultion gives you this protection even if the key is left in on the inside of the lock.
Using a series of specialist lock picks is perhaps the oldest and most specialised break in method. Its still possible today with locks that only have 5 or 6 locking pins to manipulate.
Bumping your lock
An intruder may try and get in your home by using a special ‘bump key’. Even quicker than snapping all he will do is put the key into your lock, tap it with a hammer and disengage the lock. With the wrong lock it is as quick and simple as that.
Ultion bumps bumping
There are dedicated bump resistant pins nestled deep within every Ultion lock as standard. These pins respond differently to the others, leaving the intruder out in the cold and not in your home.
Drilling your lock
This destructive entry method is when the burglar uses a hardened drill bit to just destroy your lock, and security.
Ultion defeats drilling
In both ends of every Ultion lock there are 6 hardened steel rods and 2 plates. The plates protect the lock from a drill attack through the key way, whilst the 6 rods will stop a drill attack through the bottom of the lock stopping the intruders drill getting to the mechanism that keeps your home and family safe.
Even if he tries to snap then drill, Ultion's got you protected - 4 out of the 6 anti drill rods are positioned behind the first snap off section.
Picking your lock
Using a series of specialist lock picks is perhaps the oldest and most specialised break in method. Its still possible with today’s locks that only have 5 or 6 locking pins to manipulate.
Ultion is pick protected
If an intruder tries to get in your home by picking your Ultion lock he will need to be significantly more skilled than a conventional 5 pin lock picker. Not only does he have 11 pins to manipulate all at the same time, but he also has to contend with pins specifically designed to protect from picking.
This amazing protection is illustrated by looking at the incredible number of potential key combinations Ultion features.
|TYPE OF LOCK||Typical 5 Pin||Typical 6 Pin||Typical 1 Star||Ultion|
|TYPE OF LOCK||COMBINATIONS|
|Typical 5 Pin||30,000|
|Typical 6 Pin||150,000|
|Typical 1 Star||140,000|