Yale, one of the oldest names in the lock industry launches new range of padlocks

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With 180 years of manufacturing experience and a first patent for padlocks in 1857, we pride ourselves in being one of the oldest, international brands in the world and the best-known name in the lock industry. Today, Yale is the brand behind every lock design and function in over 125 countries.

All over the world, people have actively secured their homes and businesses with Yale locks for decades. The company has some rich history behind it and first started as a family business in America, when Linus Yale Jr. was experimenting with a lock based on a mechanism first employed by the ancient Egyptians over 4,000 years ago. This is how he came to invent the famous pin tumbler mechanism which is still used extensively in the security industry today.

Now, as societies around Europe start to unlock and move towards the ‘new normal’ people are leaving their homes to engage in work, education and recreational activities once again.  As such, it is prudent that we do not overlook protecting our everyday essentials, that can be lockers at the gym, children’s valuable technology as they return to school, or simply locking sheds and gates as we leave for work.

Keys and locks are an integral part of people’s everyday lives, a simple but necessary security solution as more time will be spent away from our homes. We use them to open and close the doors to our apartments or offices and to protect the things that matter most to us. This is why Yale locks are rigorously tested and designed in a way that can meet every security need.

With these values in mind, we’re introducing a range of Standard, High and Maximum-Security Padlocks. From gym lockers for standard security rating, through brass models for high security, to extreme outdoor uses with our heavy-duty padlocks with maximum security rating - our padlocks will offer our consumers peace for the mind, knowing that their belongings are secure with Yale.

The new line of products has undergone extensive testing against all forms of attacks in order to conform to EN 12320:2012 standard and features exclusive Yale design as well as reduction in packaging to lower our environmental footprint by 10%. Enabling us to improve the sustainability of the Yale Padlock packaging range.


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