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 Medeco is Pick and Bump resistant:

The unique, patented Medeco design offers virtual Pick and Bump resistance.

Medeco is Drill resistant:

Hardened steel inserts in Medeco locks make them virtually drill resistant.

Medeco is Key Control:

This unique design has built-in key control, requiring special Medeco keys,
plus trained security experts to duplicate keys.

How Locks Are Compromised:

Why Medeco Is Your Best Choice

They Hammer The Lock: 

Maxum Is Made Of Solid Brass And Is Secured With High-Tensile Steel Bolts For Maximum Resistance.

They Drill The Lock:

The Medeco Deadbolt Is Built With Strategically Placed Hardened Steel Inserts To Provide The Utmost Resistance To Drilling.

They Pick Or Bump The Lock:

Double-Locking Action Makes Medeco Locks Virtually Pickproof And Bump Proof.

They Copy Your Key:

Medeco’s Patented Biaxial System Makes It Virtually Impossible For Someone To Copy Your Key Without Your Permission.

They Wrench Off The Lock:

Maxum’s Solid Brass Collar Spins Under Pressure So A Wrench Is Ineffective.

They Pry With A Crowbar:

Maxum’s Hardened Steel Bolt Is Surrounded By Heavy-Gauge Tubular Steel To Resist Crowbar Attack.

They Kick In The Door:

The Maxum Strike Plate Has A Special Design With 2" Screws To Anchor The Strike Directly To The Building.

They Saw Through The Bolt:

The Bolt Is Made Of Hardened Steel, And Is Virtually Impossible To Saw Through With A Common Hacksaw.

Medeco has made the distinction between its high security lock and other common locking systems. It’s a distinction that can give you the security you need. $1.79. That’s about how much it costs for a thief to get your key duplicated at any one of more than 30,000 hardware or 26,000 discount stores nationwide. How did they get your key?

Ever given your key to a babysitter or pet-sitter, cleaning service, valet or mechanic? Even an unskilled thief can get a copy of your key made by writing down the code stamped on it – and it only takes moments. Locks provide no protection if the criminal has a key. And how about the locks on your doors? If they are like most locks available at many retail stores, they have very limited combinations – meaning the chances of your neighbor’s key fitting your door are as high as 1 in 50.