Excavator Lock Keeps Equipment Safe

Wed March 24, 2010 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


TELC’s products mechanically lock the drive controls of all types of equipment, so even if the key is available, the equipment cannot be driven.
TELC’s products mechanically lock the drive controls of all types of equipment, so even if the key is available, the equipment cannot be driven.

The Equipment Lock Company, a Virginia-based company, manufactures and sells universal anti-theft and safety devices for heavy equipment, trucks, trailers, sea containers and more.

TELC’s products mechanically lock the drive controls of all types of equipment, so even if the key is available, the equipment cannot be driven.

Large and small excavators can be secured with the excavator lock. Locking the drive control levers in opposite directions makes it nearly impossible for someone to take the excavator, even if the ignition key is available, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call 866/LokItUp or visit www.equipmentlock.com.

 

 




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