Activated with speed and simplicity


Withstands high velocity impacts.


Low Tech (“KISS Rule,” keep it simple).

Applied vs Theoretical-Do They Know The Difference?

“Applied” critical thinking and “applied” physics? The pictured device is a typical ideation of what product importers and salespersons theoretically think is needed for active assailant Lockdowns and Lockouts.

An understanding of applied physics as it relates to door strength and vulnerabilities immediately tells the experienced tactical clinician this locking device is in the VERY worst place it could be on the door. Hence the people selling this product may have a Ph.D. in electrical design and engineering, but they have no experience in what happens when a door is breached in reality.

A person using critical thinking skills with an “understanding” in crisis incidents (defined as someone who has been in multiple real-life incidents or has been educated with truthful firsthand accounts of the issues; not someone citing studies that many times are not accurate), will automatically ask these questions: Does the individual in the room have independent control to engage or disengage this lock? What if the electricity goes out? How long will it take to find and activate the electronic key for this device? What if the batteries go dead in the electronic opener, can I still engage or disengage this lock?

Then what is the cost, extended time needed to install, and required maintenance? Thousands of dollars for initial install cost and then continued upkeep cost! has a superior solution, which is much more cost-effective, much more efficient, and the most effective device on the market! Contact us directly and we will explain to you in detail what the difference is when it comes to “applied” vs “theoretical” concepts.