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Last Friday Isotec proudly presented our 9th Annual Shootem-up! This shooting demonstration took place high up in the mountains of Colorado. Take a look at the below customer testimonials we took in between shooting the glass!
This ballistic rated multi-lane Safety Entrance® protects a municipal facility. The system prevents unauthorized entrance to people carrying guns. The Safety Entrance also enforces Exit Lane Breach Control, which denies entrance to people trying to gain access through the exit lane. With an expected life of more than 10 years, an investment in this type of automated security can have capitalized cost of less than $500 per month.
Bill Weimer has been recommending Isotec’s products to his clients for 17 years. The longevity of his relationships with his clients speaks volumes to his professional commitment; not only to his clients, but to their patrons as well. Bill’s clients trust his judgment, because they know he cares for their safety, and he delivers on his commitments. He makes success look easy, but he knows otherwise. He believes that “character counts” and doing his utmost to protect his clients is his highest responsibility. Below are photos of just a few of the many successful Read More
Factors contributing to bank robberies can largely be explained by three factors. More bank outlets and extended hours increase opportunities for robberies. Banks remain the most lucrative of all robbery targets; moreover, 80 percent of stolen money is never recovered. Bank robberies are usually fast, low risk crimes, because employees are trained to comply with a robber’s demands. Moreover, although the risk of arrest is high, much of this risk is short term, and risk – as reflected by clearances Read More
Do you consider doors that do what you want, when you want, to be smart? How about a door system that reacts before you do? Imagine doors that are disciplined enough to protect you from harm or respond to your request in an emergency. How does this magic happen? Smart doors are the result of aligning a series of arrayed sensors and components in constant communication with a computer know as a Programmable Logic Controller or PLC. PLCs play significant Read More