Inmates are getting out of their cells at unexpected times.
Inmates stuff the receiver with debris keeping the door from deadbolting when closed.
The receiver on the Willo Wedge cannot be packed with debris. It has an open cavity that causes the trash to fall to the bottom of the hollow housing. This trash can be easily removed via the access port located in the bottom of the receiver.
Control Room indication is faulty and our staff does not trust indication lights.
Call Willo for a qualified technician to come troubleshoot and correct the problem. Consider an annual service and preventive maintenance contract with Willo in order to minimize this and other security equipment issues. For older systems, let us provide you with a new and more reliable control panel.
Our sliding door locking devices constantly require maintenance and sometimes are compromised by the inmates.
Inmates are breaking the locks by slamming the door against a deadlocked latch bolt.
If an inmate attempts to jam the lock so he can damage it or later defeat it, the audible Tamper Alarm will notify the officers and all within earshot.