New Lock Invented to Enhance Safety and Security

Invention Submission Corp. of Pittsburgh, has designed a locking device for security windows, the inventors have created a prototype, according to a press release.

The Security Window Guardrail Lock would provide a more effective method for locking security bars in windows in both residential and commercial buildings, according to the release. The device could prevent an attempted break-in, even if the window is broken. In addition, the unit would be easy to remove from the inside, so the bars could be opened quickly in the event of a fire, according to the company.

"The fire Marshall would not approve the use of the padlock for the window guardrails in our apartment house, so to protect our tenants, I developed this device," said one inventor.

The original design was submitted to the King of Prussia office of Invention Submission Corp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information, visit

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