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Professional Safe Drilling


Class Time: 9am to 5pm
Course Length: 2 Days
Course Fees: $650.00
Registration Fee: $25.00 (First time students only)
Course Code: EDUPSD
Location: Nicholasville, KY

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aloa-icon.png This class has been approved for 2 points towards the ALOA PRP Recertification requirements.
  Download an Enrollment Application by clicking here.

Course Description:
Join the ranks of our industry elite by learning the skills needed to open safes like an expert. Drill site selection, dial removal, drilling apparatus, drill bits, inspection lights, borescopes, number transferring, relockers, emergency dials and more are covered in this class. You will go home with the skills and confidence needed to grow in this profitable field.

 

The following is covered in detail:

  • How to plan your attack
  • How to remove various dials
  • Opening burglarized safes
  • How lock handling affects the drill site
  • Hardplate and how it is used
  • The pros and cons of templates
  • Drilling the fence off
  • HSS, cobalt, carbide, and diamond drill bits
  • Pros and cons of lever rigs and fixed rigs
  • How to transfer numbers
  • Relock triggers and devices
  • Thermal relock triggers
  • How to use an emergency dial
  • Reading through the change key hole
  • Ophthalmoscopes and borescopes

 

Do you need this class? Test yourself with these questions:

  1. When scoping the change key hole of a modern S&G 6730, do you first see wheel 1 or wheel 3?
  2. Are cobalt bits effective against most hardplate?
  3. At what dial number do many modern spline keyways align?
  4. Why is reading through the change key hole on a Mosler MR302 a bad choice of attack method?
  5. How is it possible to determine that a lock's relock trigger is engaged before even driving out to look at the safe?

 

Each student will receive:

  • 2-in-1 screwdriver
  • MBA USA Work Mat
  • Printed copy of the Class Presentation
  • MBA USA Course Certificate
  • MBA USA Coffee Mug
  • MBA USA Ruler
  • MBA USA pen
  • Notepad

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