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The Smart Cart Lock
with patented GravityPLUS Technology
When it comes to properly securing the waste, recycling, and organics streams, a standard gravity lock is no longer the standard. Only GravityPLUS does the complete job!
What is GravityPLUS ?
Knows the difference between getting knocked over and getting serviced.
Any basic gravity lock will fail when a plastic cart is knocked over because the gravity mechanism is designed to unlock when the cart is tipped. Our GravityPLUS technology overrides the gravity mechanism. The Sure-Loc keeps the container locked when knocked over — even off of a curb!
Knows how to perform in all directions.
Any basic gravity lock will fail to unlock when dumped sideways or backwards by an ASL, and will unlock when a cart is knocked forward, because the gravity mechanism is designed to function in only one direction. Our GravityPLUS technology is omni-directional. When dumped by an ASL, the Sure-LOC unlocks regardless of which way the container is facing. If the container is knocked over in any direction, the
Sure-LOC stays locked.
Knows how to work under a load.
Any basic gravity lock will fail when a cart is overstuffed with debris or when trash falls against the lid during the dump cycle, because the gravity mechanism gets pinched due to the load being placed on the lid. Our GravityPLUS technology overcomes the load. The Sure-LOC is designed to "kick" the gravity mechanism into motion, even under a load.
Easy One-Handed Operation
Two steps to prevent access from animals.
Keyed Options Available
Keyed option provides additional security against all unauthorized users.
Unaffected by the Waste Stream
Lock is mounted out of the way so no debris is hanging up on or gumming up the mechanism.
Reduce Contamination of Recyclables
Prevent Identity Theft
The SMART Cart Lock
Two-step, knob-and-button operation keeps animals out.
Stays locked when knocked over— no more wind-blown debris.
"We placed the Sure-LOC at residences with bear issues and discovered it is enough of a deterrent that the bears are seeking other means of nourishment."
-Pacific Northwest/ Canadian Southwest Hauler
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