This Sale does conform to Ebay Rules - These are magazines from the Trade of Locksmithing, but are not Tools usedin the Trade. These Magazines do have a Ton of information about the Business, and are a facinating Source from the Field, I have received many inquiries and these magazines are hard to find outside the business. These are from a Estate Sale from a retired Safe Man. Keynotes is the Official Publication of the ALOA of America Group... THIS LOT is The Keynotes Locksmith Magazine , Great Tips from the Insiders of the business. Great Stories from the Master Locksmiths, Great Tips on New and old Locks, Safes Vaults. The Associated Locksmiths of America Inc. (ALOA) is an international professional organization of highly qualified security professionals engaged in consulting, sales, installation and maintenance of locks, keys, safes, premises security, access controls, alarms, and other security related endeavors.
Professional trained locksmith/security professional may do some or all of the following: install locks, deadbolts and other mechanical or electronic locking devices to safeguard homes, businesses, vehicles and other property. Locksmiths also may modify or repair such devices, rekey locks, make duplicate keys or cards, generate or program new keys/cards for locks whose keys/cards have been lost and respond to emergency calls to unlock vehicles, homes and businesses that have been locked accidentally, or whose locks have malfunctioned.
Some locksmiths install and service electronic alarm and surveillance systems. Many locksmiths specify, design, provide, install and service a wide range of electronic access control systems and closed circuit television (CCTV) systems. Because of the integration of electronic security systems with computers and networks, some locksmiths maintain security hardware and software for computer systems.
When new or replacement locks are required, a locksmith assists the customer in determining the correct types of locks needed based on the security risk/exposure, life safety application and frequency of use. The locksmith installs locks and security devices using manufacturerâe(tm)s templates and/or industry specifications, by cutting or drilling the proper opening in the selected location with small hand and power tools.
A locksmith may sell, service and install safes for home and business use. Banks have many locking devices and related hardware that require regular service by locksmiths such as; vault doors, time locks, safe deposit boxes and teller equipment.
Most are Professionals that are paid to document a tough job in the business. Great Reading.Safe & Vault Technology This is a Big LOt of 25 Magazines, that are out of Print, A lot of Information is in these Magazines on Safes and VAults SAVTA is the Safe & Vault Technicians Association âe" Americaâe(tm)s leading trade association devoted entirely to serving professional safe and vault technicians worldwide.
Since 1986, SAVTAâe(tm)s goal has always been to further your technical knowledge, while helping you promote your professionalism in todayâe(tm)s marketplace. SAVTA provides you with a host of benefits, all necessary for staying informed, solving day to day problems, and out-performing the competition. Over the years, SAVTA has helped thousands of safe and vault technicians achieve personal and professional success.
Monthly Trade Magazine
Safe & Vault Technology magazine is the only monthly trade publication devoted entirely to the needs of todayâe(tm)s safe and vault technician. w locksmith publications only touch on the safe and vault business, this magazineâe(tm)s sole purpose is to specialize in it. Safe & Vault Technology features the most authoritative technical information available on safes, vaults, bank equipment, industrial security applications and the products used to work on them. Your monthly issue will keep you constantly informed on important developments that affect your business.