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Safe And Sound….And Pretty!

December 27, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Coiling Security Grilles are vertical coiling units comprised of vertical links and horizontal rods. Grilles prevent unauthorized access and discourage forced entry at building exterior openings, storefronts or certain areas within buildings, such as pharmacies or parts counters. They are a deterrent to smash-and-grab crime.

You may have seen many Security Grilles in the past in such facilities as parking garages, area schools, correctional facilities, industrial buildings or shopping malls or store fronts.  Security Grilles come in many designs allowing clients to have the best of a durable security design that is easy to operate, is highly reliable and provides peace of mind without compromising the look or feel of their facility.  These Grilles provide an eye catching solution to securing openings as compared to some conventional accordion folding or sliding gates.

Like many other security devices they come in many sizes, shapes, finishes and designs to meet both your budget and the aesthetic appeal of your building.  You can choose from motor versions, hand cranks, hand chains and push up operated designs. You can select several different finishes such as stainless steel or steel and aluminum and have your choice of a variety of patterns.

One of the advantages of a McKeon Security Grille is that it reduceshead room and side room requirements by thirty and forty percent compared to conventional coiling security grilles. When head room is a big problem, the motor drives can be remotely mounted to reduce the head room requirements by inches. Because they require much less head room than side room, they provide design professionals a great deal of flexibility.

If you are considering installing Security Grilles at your location, our service professionals are here to help you with design and set up.  We can be reached at 1-877-624-2724.


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