The combination to this Churchill Consul safe could not be remembered by the owner in Skelmersdale. We determined the current combination and reset it to a new one of their choosing.
The owner hadn’t used his Sentry Valueguard underfloor safe for so long that he’d forgotten the combination. We were able to determine the combination using good old safecracking techniques.
Safecracker in Cumbria when the combination could not be found to this Chubb three drawer filing cabinet. The combination was determined by manipulation which enables us to open locks without damaging them.
New owners of a building found this Chubb Europa Grade 3 safe with a key but no combination to the La Gard digital lock. We opened the lock non destructively and removed the lock as they just wanted to use it with the single key.
The combination lock on this Chubb safe had not been used for a long time and nobody could remember the combination. This wasn’t a problem until somebody decided to lock it after all these years and now the jewellers shop couldn’t retrieve their stock. We attended on the same day and determined the combination to open it without having to damage the safe.
A customer in Halewood, Merseyside had the key to their safe but had lost the combination. Both are required in order to open it so they called us to help. With many years of experience we were able to identify the correct combination to open it without any damage.
Sadly I recognised this safe immediately when the request for a quote to open it came through. We had opened this one about three years ago due to the combination being lost and now it had been lost again. So once more we cracked the combination for the client in Warrington so they could access their safe. Maybe we will be back to this in another three years.
This is a Secureline Secure Data safe, certified to NT Fire 017 120 Diskette – effective
protection for all computer media for two hours. Perfect for protecting your computer data but not so useful if you can’t remember the combination to retrieve it. We attended this job in Droylsden, Manchester as the business could not recall the combination code. Fortunately we were able to open and reset the combination to the La Gard lock without damaging or affecting the fire rating of the safe.
The owner didn’t want this Chubb Leamington safe drilling in order to open it. Luckily they called a professional safe cracker who loves a challenge. The lock put up a good fight but the final result was safe cracker – 1, safe – 0. A very worthy opponent though as Chubb used to make excellent safes back in the day.
Lost combination to this Mark IV Manifoil combination lock on a ministry 4 drawer filing cabinet in Warrington. Having asked the right questions and using our knowledge of the locks we were able to open this one non-destructively.