• Knox Orientation Video

    Posted by Knox Company on Aug 2, 2011

    The Knox Company was founded in 1975 with the goal of developing a complete rapid entry system specifically for the fire service. With the introduction of the first KnoxBox, key control and emergency 24 access to commercial structures became a reality...

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  • Knox FDC Lockdown Procedure

    Posted by Knox Company on Jun 8, 2011

    Stolen fire department connections place the entire building and its occupants at risk. Teflon tape may ensure a good thread seal, but it does nothing to ensure the connection itself remains on the building. This procedure will help ensure that Fire Department Connections in your jurisdiction are present when you need them.

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  • Avondale Fire-Rescue Expands Use of KNOX-BOX Rapid Entry System

    Posted by Knox Company on Feb 19, 2011

    Seconds count in a life-threatening medical emergency or a fire. Yet many times, firefighters responding to an emergency find access blocked by locked entrance doors or gates. To help reduce delays in providing emergency assistance, Avondale Fire- Rescue promotes property owner use of the KNOX-BOX Rapid Entry System.

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  • Fire Chief Urges Lock Boxes to Prevent Property Damage

    Posted by Knox Company on Feb 18, 2011

    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.

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  • Proper KnoxBox Mounting and the Hammer Test

    Posted by Knox Company on Feb 18, 2011

    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.

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  • Now Available - KNOX Mini Elevator Box

    Posted by Cynthia Jones on Feb 7, 2011

    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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  • More first responders can enter homes via lockboxes

    Posted by Knox Company on Jan 13, 2011

    By John Wisely and Megha Satyanarayana, USA TODAY A home health aid worker in Franklin Township, N.J. could see her unconscious patient through a window of the home last month, but couldn’t get inside to help.

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