Our Van Lock Security Plate Range
Typical uses for armaplate include securing door skins to prevent spiking, which allows access to vulnerable locks on vans.
Very similar to armaplate in the way it protects your van body from spiking proplate generally surrounds the entire handle unit.
To provide maximum protection from drilling into the bodywork, a stainless steel plate provides increased strength and integrity.
Why Install A Van Lock Security Plate?
Most security plates are made from stainless steel 304 grade with a powder coating finish that is both strong and durable. As soon as the product is fully manufactured, our dedicated team will fix it to the van’s doors via hidden bolts, so that it fits perfectly.
Vans are being protected in order to prevent thieves from pre-identifying a vulnerable area on a van and targeting it. To locate the lock mechanism, they often obtain a vehicle’s specs. For quick and easy access to the van’s locking system, they will either drill a hole or puncture a hole in the van’s mechanism.
If your van has already come under this attack, then you can fit the protective plate to both covers the existing damage and protect from any future attacks. Not only is a van lock security plate help with protecting your goods from theft but it is also a cost-efficient solution.
Often our customers will purchase mechanisms such as our dead or hook locks alongside our van lock security plates.