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Ultion drives Brisant’s quadrupled sales

Ultion sales drive Brisant growth

Ultion, the high security cylinder door lock from Brisant Secure, has taken the door market by storm and is powering Brisant’s fast growth. Sales have quadrupled in the last year as more door manufacturers have switched to sell Ultion security in their doors as standard.

Ultion’s unique Lock-Down Mode stops burglars gaining entry even when the cylinder is put through the most aggressive attacks. It is BSI Kitemarked TS007 3*, has achieved the Master Locksmiths Association’s Sold Secure Diamond, and is Secured by Design. But it’s more than just a cylinder lock; Ultion helps installers sell more doors.

Brisant CEO Nick Dutton says: “Ultion isn’t just a secure cylinder door lock, it comes with a free 10 year £1,000 guarantee against lock snapping. And homeowners can upgrade their keys with Keycap and Keyring too. Where Keycap makes it easy to identify keys, Keyring brings smart technology to Ultion so homeowners never lose their keys again.”

Keyring uses TrackR technology to link Ultion keys to the TrackR app on a smartphone via Bluetooth. Homeowners use the app to find their lost keys and make their keys ring if they still can’t see them.

“Ultion sells doors because it isn’t just a cylinder door lock – it’s a complete security ecosystem, and that’s why door manufacturers, installers, and homeowners love it,” adds Nick. “We’ve grown incredibly fast so far, and have no intention of slowing down. There’s a lot more to come from Brisant Secure!”

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Brisant Secure is led by cylinder lock expert CEO Steve Stewart. Steve designed Brisant’s range of innovative, premium quality, top performance cylinders, which have been widely accepted by the locksmith market and now making rapid in roads to the replacement door market. Having previously run ABS and designed Avocet’s ABS lock, many consider Steve the leading cylinder lock designer in the UK.

In an industry that relies on £3 Euro cylinders, standards and guidelines are complicated and often confused, so installers are misled as to the real security they are selling, and homeowners think they are more secure than they are. Brisant wants to change that.

Sold Secure Diamond testing has no rules. All cylinders are tested using any and all means known to breach cylinders. There is no time limit to how long a trained MLA locksmith can have to dissect the lock. If the lock breaks, it failed. If the lock isn’t breached by any attack, it is awarded Diamond status. Cylinders that have achieved this rating are truly the locks that lock.

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