Reed Brothers Security provides services to secure key switches and push buttons to a point that intruders will need industrial power tools to attempt to short-circuit these switches.
The typical key switches and/or push buttons that are used for manual control of gates, overhead roll-up doors and barrier arms are not very secure. A semi-skilled intruder can easily short-circuit these switches and gain access to the premises.
The aluminum-made key switch enclosure that houses the interior panel cannot withstand heavy blows from a tool like a sledgehammer. Nor would it need to, as its front panel that secures the interior panel is easily removed by unscrewing the four corner screws.
Most key switches and/or push buttons cannot be left unsupervised unless other security measures are in place.
The security enclosure to protect key switches and push buttons is made of thick slabs of steel. This enclosure will withstand various physical attacks and weather conditions.
The enclosure is locked in place by a high security hockey puck padlock. These padlocks come with hardened, solid steel bodies, a shackle-less design for the highest level of protection against bolt cutter attacks.