Thursday, July 17, 2008

Security and Safety Supply is now


Security & Safety Supply is now

The founder and former owner of Security & Safety Supply was Dwayne Burch, who passed away recently at age 45 -- 5 years after a tragic snowmobile accident that left him paralyzed from the neck down.

We at want to honor the memory of Dwayne Burch, whose extraordinary courage -- and success in offering superb service to his customers throughout his years of paralysis -- make him a hard act to follow.

We feel that the best way to honor his memory is to maintain the same level of impeccable service that made his customers so loyal. We hope you will see fit to give us a chance to prove how serious we are about it. You can help us by letting us know if you ever experience any disappointment in our service -- even if it seems slight.

We may not be able to exceed the quality of service that Dwayne offered, but we will do everything in our power to equal it.

But there IS an extra benefit that we do offer. You will discover that our range of products is greater than anything you have encountered before.

We look forward to doing business with you, and if you need personal attention (such as answering questions or making product recommendations) do not hesitate to contact us.

Al Evan

CEIA — The Most Sophisticated Metal Detectors for Security Applications

Check this out , many government customers wanted to know how to go about selecting a walkthrough security metal detector, or security gate, here is some information that we know to be true:

CEIA — The Most Sophisticated Metal Detectors for Security Applications

CEIA, an Italian company whose US headquarters is located in Twinsburg, OH, has been making metal detectors for security purposes for over 40 years. Their line of walk-through and portable models have been called the Rolls-Royce of metal detectors.

Permanent walk-through models are installed in airports such as the Philadelphia International Airport in the US and the Ottawa International Airport in Canada. Portable versions have been used at the US Navy Air Show in Virginia, 2000, the Super Bowl in San Diego, 2003 and for the papal visit in Saint Louis, 1999. They are also in use at many corporate facilities.

CEIA also offers a wide variety of sophisticated models for special applications. One model, for example, is used mostly in airlock-type cabin entrances because of its high levels of sensitivity, discrimination and immunity. Another model—the Very High Discrimination HI-PE/CF can distinguish between weapons and metal personal effects such as keys, coins or cellphones. This makes it ideal for high flow-rate points of access, minimizing the need to deposit personal effects and maximizing the speed of transit.

The CEIA SMD601TM is a Multi-Zone Walk through metal detector specifically designed to comply with the stringent requirements of sensitivity, discrimination and immunity established for law enforcement and correctional facilities. This is an extremely sensitive device for the detection of all the objects that could be considered a threat to officer and prisoner safety. “Multi-Zone” refers to its ability to detect weapons at different body height levels.

CEIA also makes a complete line of hand-held metal detectors.

All the CEIA models—as well as other brands—are available through Security experts at are available for consultation about the pros and cons of different brands, types and models of metal detector for different applications.

by Al Evan CEO

SecurityProUSA .com

The company acquired on July 15 2008 to add new tactical products to our online retail operations. The company will offer all of our customers an access to one of the largest tactical products web sites on the web.
Since is also a GSA contractor we do service many government agencies that find new products on our sites along with the occasional customer that is interested to buy civilian defense products.. you can call us at (310) 475 8505 or fax a RFQ to (310) 475 8009 .
We are also interested to develop new safety products so if anyone has a good idea we would be interested to hear about it.
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