Welcome to Industrial Security Locking Systems LLC, (ISLS)
Industrial Security Locking Systems (ISLS) is a full service industrial locksmith company specializing in SCIF doors and SCIF locks.
We are a founding member of the Federal SCIF Services Group (FSSG), a group of companies who have come together to offer information and construction services to those planning to build a SCIF.
We are proud to be an authorized distributor for Overly Door Company, manufacturer of acoustical metal doors for over 50 years. We are also proud of the fact that all of our technicians have been factory trained and certified by Overly Door Company in the installation of acoustical doors.
ISLS and FSSG also offer our customers technical advice on the impact of regulations and laws (ICD705, NFPA 101, ADA, etc.) on the planning for and construction of SCIF’s.
If you are planning to build a SCIF, expand a SCIF or create a high security area ~
WE CAN HELP YOU!
- Are you up-to-date on current STC acoustical requirements?
- Are you up-to-date on STC performance of wood acoustical doors versus metal?
- Are you familiar with STC50+ metal door “stand alone” packages? Click here
- Would you find factory tips for building rough openings for metal acoustical door packages useful? Click here
- Acoustical seals are frequently damaged when someone uses a door wedge to hold the door open. For our solution click here
SCIF Door Locks
- Are you aware of the new NFPA 101 regulations for doors in the means of egress – e.g. SCIF doors with two locks? Click here
- Are you familiar with the application of means of egress in the new life safety regulations? Click here
- Are you interested in what “single motion mechanical egress” means for SCIF door locks? Click here
- Are you up-to-date on current DoD requirements for SCIF “exit only” locks? Click here
SCIF Expansion or Re-Certification
- Are you current on codes and requirements covering these projects? Click here
- Do you know when you can and when you can’t use existing doors, locks and sound seals? Click here
- Do you have any information on how long grandfathering will be allowed for older SCIF’s that don’t meet new more rigid requirements?
- Will it be possible to find technicians qualified to repair SCIF doors, locks and sound seals?
- How important is it to use certified technicians for all SCIF door applications? Click here