Digital Locks - Rhino Metals Inc

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At the center of your gun safes' safety is the locking mechanism. With out a high quality lock to your secure, it is simply a really heavy closet. At Rhino Metals we use Sargent and Greenleaf locks on our premium safes, these locks are trusted by hundreds of customers as well because the U.S. Our Kodiak line of safes are outfitted with UL Listed, industrial grade Type 1 digital locks. UL is Underwriters Laboratories and is the world chief in testing and certifying safety gear. The standards set for both electronic and mechanical locks by UL is staggering. A few of these standards embrace a "20 hour test" where the lock mixture cannot be guessed by somebody attempting for 20 hours. Electronic locks like these discovered on many Rhino Metals guns safes are capable of over 1 million totally different six digit mixtures. Our Rhino USA and Ironworks Sequence Safes come with the Sargent and Greenleaf EMP Resistant UL listed lock. EMP is electromagnetic pulse, it is a burst of electromagnetic vitality that can destroy digital elements. Having an EMP resistant lock in your safe guarantees your access even after a devastating attack. These locks are confirmed to withstand military level EMP assaults. The type of lock you've gotten in your safe is vital and it's best to repeatedly check it for functionality. We recommend changing the batteries in your digital lock as typically as you change your smoke detector batteries. This ensures it's at all times prepared once you need it.