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Yale showcases its mechanical security range for the brand’s first interactive webinar with the MLA

Yale, the home security expert, has announced the brand, along with its team of experts, will be presenting its first webinar for Locksmiths in September, giving insight into its broad product portfolio.

Partnering with the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA), Yale’s security experts will be on hand to provide various demonstrations, showcase its range of traditional and smart security products and answer the trade’s questions via a webinar on Monday 13th September 2021 at 6pm.

From front door security, including Yale’s range of trusted cylinder products, to the recommended outdoor security solutions designed to protect homeowner’s garden spaces, the webinar will offer a detailed review of the brand’s extensive product range.

Yale will also be providing attendees with an introduction into the brand’s range of smart security products, including its award-winning Conexis L1 Smart Door Lock.

Being one of the first brands to bring smart locks to the security market, Yale has a thorough understanding of smart locking technology, making this particular presentation a ‘must watch’ segment of the webinar.

The security experts at Yale will be providing an extensive demonstration to its trade audience during the webinar on retrofitting a multipoint lock, to ensure each product recommendation meets the necessary industry standards required.

For professionals attending the online event, there will also be an opportunity at the end of the session to ask the Yale experts any trade-related questions, including general product queries and advice.

And there is still time for trade professionals to sign up to attend the webinar, titled ‘Industry Approved Home Security Solutions’, by clicking the link here.

And if you’d like more information on the range of security solutions at Yale, or for additional advice on the product portfolio, please visit