security

Using a Carriage Bolt as a Tamper Resistant Fastener

A carriage bolt is used to fasten metal to metal, wood to wood, and wood to metal. The head of a carriage bolt is round with a square neck under the head. The square neck functions as a locking device when inserted into a pre-drilled hole, designed to keep the head from turning as a nut is tightened. Carriage bolts can be manufactured from low and medium carbon steel, as well as stainless steel.

Security Fasteners & Tamper Proof Screws

 

Tanner Bolt & Nut Corp. features seven types of security fasteners with unique drive configurations, each available in different head styles and materials. Security fasteners are cap screws, machine screws, self-drilling screws, concrete screws, sheet metal screws, nuts, or bolts manufactured with a tamper-proof or tamper-resistant drive or head style. Installation tools are available.

Security Sleeve Anchors To Protect Your Property

ARE THEFT & TAMPERING A RISK?SECURITY SLEEVE ANCHORS CAN HELP SECURE YOUR ASSETS TO ENSURE THEY STAY SAFE & WHERE THEY BELONG

Tanner security anchors for normal-weight concrete, grouted, hollow and brick masonry, offer a high-value, cost-effective solution for safeguarding products and property. Security anchors are a bit more expensive than conventional commercial fasteners, but the added security is worth the additional cost. Tanner offers several different types of security anchors, based on

Stop Theft, Tampering & Vandalism – Secure Your Assets with Tanner

Let Tanner be Your Security Product Specialist

Tanner has been providing customers with the assistance, guidance & products necessary to secure their valuable assets and property for the past 30 years. Our customers come from a wide variety of industries and require high quality tamper-resistant fasteners, sealants and anchoring systems.

Adhesives & Sealants for Work & Security

Wide Variety of Adhesives & Sealant Available

Adhesives & Sealants come in a wide variety styles, each with it’s own specific applications and uses. General purpose for everyday use, heavy duty anchoring systems for industrial applications and tamper resistant compounds used for security reasons. With the growing number of adhesives & sealants out there, it can be easy to mistakenly use one of these for the wrong use. Read on to learn more about some of these adhesives & sealants that Tanner

DynaFlex SC – The Best Choice When Looking for a Tough, Durable, and Flexible Security Sealant

Seal and Secure with Pecora’s DynaFlex SC and DynaPoxy EP-1200

Pecora DynaFlex SC is a unique one part, non-sag, tamper resistant elastomeric STPU (silyl-terminated polyurethane) joint sealant. It has many of the strengths of other two part security sealants, but with an easy to use application method. No mixing nozzles required here, instead DynaFlex can be installed quickly and easily with standard caulking equipment. DynaFlex can be used to seal any interior joints or openings that require a sealant. Suitable materials include: masonry to masonry,

Custom Installations Are Simpler with Specialized Mounting Hardware

Specialized mounting hardware, such as security screws and fasteners are designed to resist tampering by the public, or an un-trained person. Specialized mounting hardware is designed with a what’s called a tamper-proof head. These fasteners require a specially designed tool that isn’t commonly available on the shelf of the local hardware store. You may see this type fastener on the walls in a public restroom.

Solar Panel Theft is Getting More Attention

A recent article over at RenewableEnergyWorld.com focuses on the growing problem of solar panel theft. Solar theft grew by 15% in 2009, and has likely been on the rise ever since. The 15% figure, which the article quotes, is courtesy of SolarInsure, an insurance company specializing the solar industry.

Why Solar Companies Need to Address Panel Theft

The purchase, assembly, and installation of solar panels represent a significant investment. The value of solar panels has made them an inviting target for resourceful thieves. Solar panels can have a retail price approaching $1,000 each for some panels.