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Yale

The Yale brand was launched in the mid-1800s and our comprehensive range of security products has since been favoured by consumers and specifiers alike.

Today, Yale is still the premier name in security, offering high-security solutions for both the home and commercial use.

And we're not just about locks any more. Alongside our established product ranges of mechanical locking solutions, such as mortice locks, night latches, cylinders and padlocks, we now offer stylish ranges of door furniture, home safes, shredders, CCTV and alarms.

As part of our on going policy of only offering products that meet the highest levels of quality, we are accredited with, and meet the requirements of, BS EN ISO 9001:2000.
 

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