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Posted 10th March 2016

Infographic helps Ultion installers sell

Brisant Secure’s new infographic combines facts from its recently released Domestic Door Security Report ( with information about cylinder lock standards to create a useful sales tool for installers.

The 2016 Domestic Door Report is the most comprehensive research on security the industry has seen. It combines recent national polls of homeowners and independent locksmiths with the latest national Crime Survey figures from the Office for National Statistics.

Brisant CEO Steve Stewart says: “The infographic has really useful crime facts. Learning that by itself a 1 star lock protects you from only 1 in 10 forced lock break-ins is pretty compelling, particularly when you can choose Ultion which resists all known break-in methods.”

Ultion is a high security cylinder door lock that has achieved Sold Secure Diamond (SSD), a real-life security test most cylinders can’t pass. SSD tests have no rules. MLA locksmiths try to break the cylinder in any way they know using a vast choice of tools, taking as long as they want.

“The infographic will be distributed as a flyer with new doors,” adds Steve. “It explains why installers need to sell security, and is a useful tool for them to sell their next door with. It explains that Ultion provides the security homeowners want. Why Ultion? Because the only tool that opens Ultion is its key.”

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