Stolen mails, ripped doors… Identity theft is a scourge that unfortunately affects more and more residential buildings.
Thieves usually force the mailboxes cam lock using a screwdriver or simply open them using a master key. Another common issue is residents sharing the building access cards/fobs through the mailboxes, rendering your premises unsecured.
Duplicating the mailbox metal key is easy and cheap, it’s as well an easy way to bypass your access control system when your building is equipped with unduplicable access cards or fobs.
It is therefore necessary to secure your mailboxes block to prevent any theft or damage.
Cylinders Prox Access PRO represent the top in the security of cylindrical inserts. The locking system Prox Access PRO is particularly resistant to so called non-destructive methods of breaking (e.g. picking, bumping, etc.). The key hale plate, made of hardened steel, rotates during attempts to drill it off. These attributes, together with the resistance of the internal mechanism against snapping, put this type of cylinder lock and other products with locking system Prox Access PRO in the highest security level.
The base of Prox Access PRO locking system consists of a row of eight rotary discs rotating in nine special inserts, called rotating discs spacers. This new patented system is operated by a symmetrical key that can be turned only once it is completely inserted in the cylinder which prevents the cylinder from being damaged.
The combinatorics of this locking system can be increased by individual key profiles. This ensure a high number of locking combinations, which ultimately brings the uniqueness of the key. Each key profile is characterized by the cross section of the key profile in a section that passes through the controller and by the cross section in the key end part which passes through the stopper.
Easy & Fast DIY Installation
Cheaper Alternative to BiLock
More Secure than GEM lock
As of June 2017
As of June 2017
“Literally installed in seconds, fits perfectly in to my old letterbox. Mail thieves have given up! :)”
Added 05/05/2017 at 1:25PM
“The locks were installed on every single mailboxes in our building. I am sorry to say the thieves are now going to the building next door…”
Added 01/06/2017 at 9:23PM