Locking Options - Locks for Security Shutters

Roll Down Security Shutter can be outfitted with additional features and locking mechanism to provide a higher level of protection.

Security Features Include:

  • End-Retention
    On each side of the curtain are a number of end-retention bolts that glide in a special area of the side rail. This allows very wide openings and keeps the curtain in its tracks, even under very high pressure.
    End-Retention is not only an extended security feature, it is frequently used in hurricane protection shutters.
  • Key Switch (Motorized Shutters)
    This controls a motorized shutter. A key lock can be mounted on the exterior or interior, Waterproof enclosures are available. These switches can be combined with additional switches, key switches or remote controls.
  • Slide Bolt Locks
    A slide bolt lock is located in an intermediate or bottom slat of of the curtain. Manually operated from "inside" it is a very cost effective and reliable mechanism to lock a roll shutter in place.
  • Key Lock
    Similar to slide bolt lock, the key lock is located in an intermediate or bottom slat of of the curtain. Can be operated from "inside" or outside. It is a cost effective and reliable mechanism to lock a roll shutter in place.
  • Locking Hasp
    Typically locking hasps are mounted in the exterior. The actual lock is a standard padlock, with