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Carrier Transicold has introduced a new line of “industrial strength” cargo security devices for trailers and containers as part of a move to expand its product offerings

Carrier Transicold has introduced a new line of “industrial strength” cargo security devices for trailers and containers as part of a move to expand its product offerings beyond temperature control and anti-idling systems. All four products in the new line are available at company dealers or online directly from the company (www.trucktrailer.carrier.com).

The Sealock is a single-use device that combines lock and seal functions. It meets voluntary U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security anti-terrorism requirements and exceeds both ISO/PAS and ASTM standards, according to Carrier.

The Enforcer is a chrome-plated steel lock with a cast iron locking component that fits around trailer keeper bars. The design shields the shackle of its Abloy high-security padlock from sledgehammer and other physical attacks.

For unattended trailers, the Enforcer king pin lock prevents unauthorized hook-ups. It features a cast iron steel alloy lock and a keyed Abloy lock cyclinder.

Truck and trailer brakes can’t be released when their air valves are protected by the Enforcer air cuff lock, according to Carrier. The portable device is keyed with an Abloy lock cylinder.

All three Enforcer models can be keyed alike, keyed differently or keyed to a master system.

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