A: The golf course. Jake and Dalton Geringer represented SDC at last week’s IML Security Supply’s Golf Tournament in Utah, where a good time was had by all. May the fores be with you boys.
Last Friday, prior to the Memorial Day Holiday, SDC held a company-wide event in the parking lot - our first since the pandemic lockdowns of 2020. What a joy! In addition to sharing savory SoCal food - street tacos, rice, beans, guacamole, chips & salsa - there were a variety of lip-smacking deserts for all.
Code Compliant, Flexible Access & Lockdown Control
No Classroom Security Solution Is Complete Unless It Also Addresses Life Safety. For example, fire is statistically more than three times likely to happen than an active shooter situation in a school*. School administrators considering security, risk mitigation and liability should only consider traditional, tested, locking products that meet the code requirements for providing life safety in addition to security.
Proud Papa - SDC's Sales Facilitator, Hunter VanHulzen - holds new baby girl Capri, born this morning while many of you were having your 1st or 2nd cup of coffee. SDC congratulates new Mom, Dad and the entire VanHulzen family on their blessed event. Rumor has it Capri is already enrolled in online Hardware and Access Control courses for her early childhood training.
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The SDC E75 EntryCheck® is a standalone electronic battery powered solution, providing controlled access for basic and multi-level high security requirements. The E75 lockset is keypad programmable, and combines multiple access technology with efficient motorized locksets. E75 series can be retrofitted to existing prep for cylindrical locks.
SDC E75 EntryCheck® lockset is keypad programmable, and combines multiple access technology with efficient motorized locksets, providing controlled access for basic and multi-level high security requirements.
There are many different brands of cost effective commercial exit devices on the market. The vast majority of these devices are strictly mechanical. Today’s market demands an Economical Commercial Exit Device with Electric Latch Retraction. Not only does SDC’s S4000 Series Electrified Commercial Exit Device satisfy both market needs for a cost-effective exit device with ELR, but the S4000 also comes standard with Request-to-Exit Monitoring, enabling access control compatibility.
The Returns Coordinator is accountable for recorded information and facilitates the processing of merchandise returned to the manufacturer because of defects, damage, customer errors, stock rotations, or for repairs/modifications and requires knowledge of CRM/ERP system utilization for return material processing and inventory control.
Essential Duties And Responsibilities
Receive returned materials, examine and compare merchandise with SDC product and production standards and records information such as product type, item numbers, quantity, type of return, device condition, package condition and date.
Identify and distribute materials to the appropriate SDC production department for inspection to be evaluated, repaired, modified, replaced, returned or restocked.
Facilitate and expedite timing and process of each returned product remains within SDC production departments.
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The 45F fire-rated Grade 1 strike is designed with a durable, stainless steel die cast body. Engineered with corrosion resistant components and fewer moving parts for maximum life, it's compatible with any access control. SDC's line of electric door strikes accommodate several types of mechanical locksets, door and frame styles.
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