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How does the Medeco Maxum Deadbolt hold up against Physical Attack. For Starters let’s compare the quality. You will notice a significant difference in the weight of the product because it uses premium grade components and construction to pass the highest testing standards in the industry.
Also Medeco keys can’t just be copied at any key cutting location. You specify the dealer who can cut your keys and you must give authorization before a duplicate is cut. Compare that to a Big Box store lock, where the package behind it may use the exact same key.
For a video comparison of other security tests such as drilling, hammering, pulling and kicking; see the other videos in this series.
The Medeco® Maxum deadbolt exceeds Grade 1 ANSI/BHMA A156.36 standard for auxilary locks. Solid brass, free turning collar and 1/4 inch diameter mounting bolts resist wrenching, prying and hammering attacks. One inch throw hardened steel bolt resists sawing and crowbar attacks.
Hardened steel inserts and rotating pins provide drill and pick resistance in accordance with UL437 standard for safetly for key locks. The Medeco3 design offers a utility patent that provides protection against unauthorized key duplication.
The Maxum deadbolt can be ordered with a variety of different cylinder technologies.