Stop the Spread!
Covid-19 can be spread by touching surfaces like door handles and exit devices which have been contaminated with this coronavirus and then touching our faces, but it is only just now becoming clear how long the virus can survive outside
Rusty Hinges: Charming or Corroded?
Rusty hinges charm collectors of vintage door hardware. Their weathered surfaces attract shoppers seeking a shabby chic look. But corrosion is a huge issue for commercial applications. When performance hinges on beating the elements, Stanley’s CB Series Weatherized Hinges are
Do Key Kiosks Threaten Access Control Systems?
Do key copying kiosks threaten access control systems? Yes and no! Yes they can clone “most RFID keys that are used today” then mail new cards to you “in three to five days,” but they cannot duplicate higher technology Smart
Lock and Key Tidbits, Miscellaneous & Etcetera
The Anderson Lock Gazette features “Tidbits, Miscellaneous & Etcetera” in every issue. This blog is similarly composed with odd but interesting lock and key miscellany. The first tidbit comes from a 2016 news release provided by Heritage Auctions. Titled, “Edison
Committed to Providing Outstanding Locksmith Support
Choosing a Vendor with Integrity as Important as Choosing Products Providing a safe and secure environment where students can succeed academically, socially, and emotionally is the obligation of school leaders. Because there has never been an event in which an
Cortney Anderson Wascher Elected to DHI Board of Governors
The Door + Hardware Institute Serves Door Security + Safety Professionals Jerry Heppes, CAE, CEO of the Door + Hardware Institute announced that Cortney Anderson Wascher has been elected to DHI’s 12-member Board of Governors. She will serve a three-year