The Knox Company takes pride in manufacturing vandal resistant products. While the majority of the security components are engineered into the product design, the safe guarding of the KNOX-BOX® is contingent upon the correct installation of the product.
Alachua County, Florida
The fire department wants your keys.
Whether the keys are to your private business or your community church, High Springs Fire Chief Verne Riggall wants a copy made accessible to the fire department, in the hope that one day it could save you some money, or maybe even someone’s life.
That’s why he’s working on an ordinance proposal to be brought before the City Commission, which would call for new businesses to install a Knox-Box, and he is also readily encouraging already established ones to get them too.
Read full article in Alachua County Today
The informative white paper by Larry Pigg, retired Fire Inspector from the Garland, Texas Fire Department, addresses the challenges faced by Fire Departments in maintaining clear, unobstructed and accessible FDC connections. Case studies and Antitheft examples are also presented. Larry currently serves as voting member of NFPA and also as Director of Public Affairs for the Knox Company.
Designed specifically for the elevator lobby, the standard Knox elevator box has room for two elevator door drop keys and up to 30 emergency override keys. The smaller, “mini” model can hold 8 keys for smaller applications.
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