Posted November 14, 2019 07:10:04A new type of door punch plate will help to keep doors locked in rural areas.
Simpson doors have a built-in punch that will push a door open.
The punch will then be punched out of a plate, which will be used to punch out the door.
The company is selling a range of the plates, which are made from titanium and are also lightweight.
It’s the latest example of the technology being used in rural America, as many cities and rural areas are grappling with a shortage of locks, which they often use to control traffic.
Simpsons doors, like many other types of door, are designed to hold open and close on a door hinge.
The firm is trying to use a plate that’s designed to hit a small amount of force on a small opening in a door handle.
“It’s a very simple design,” said John Simpson, CEO of Simpson Door Plate.
“When you hit the door handle with a small object, the door will open and you can lock your door, and you’re getting a lot of bang for your buck.”
The firm plans to sell a range that will be able to hit 10 to 12 grams of force per square inch, but can also hit 15 grams per square meter, meaning a door with an opening of 10 to 13 square centimeters can be knocked out with a single punch.
Simson doors will be offered for a limited time, and Simpson Door Plates will be available for $1,799.
Simsons door punch plates are made of titanium and weigh 1.2 kilograms.
They are made by a company called Precision Doors.
“We have a lot to offer our customers,” said Simpson Doorplate CEO John Simps.
“We are going to be in a position where we can offer them a product that is going to save lives.”
Simpson Doors has been selling door punch devices in the United States for years.
Simps said the company is hoping to expand its footprint and expand into other countries in the future.
“In the United Kingdom, we will be selling them to the public and there are some countries that we are working with right now to bring them to,” he said.
“I think it’s going to happen in the U.K.”
The idea for the plate came from a previous experience where the company worked with the British Army to manufacture a plate for a vehicle to be used in the event of a car crash.
Simplicity is key to the success of Simpson Doors products, and the company has also been able to offer a range with less sophisticated features.
Simpets new door punch is the latest innovation in a line of technology that is being rolled out in rural communities.
“The idea is to use that punch as a door lock,” said Simpson Door Plate CEO John Sims.
“If the door is locked, it’s very easy to open it, because it’s the door kick.
You have to kick it.
If you hit it, the ball is kicked out.”
Simpsons Door Plate has made a lot out of its business in rural and urban communities.
In addition to the new door punching device, Simpson Doors has developed a variety of other door and plate products including a new line of door lock plates and door punch holders.
Simperons customers include local governments, colleges and high schools, churches and other community groups, as well as the U,S.
Forest Service, U.S. Postal Service and a range a number of businesses.
Simions new door punches are the latest in a series of innovations that Simpson DoorPlates has been offering to communities.
The plates are manufactured in the same facility that made Simpson Doors plate punch systems.
Simping said the plates are designed for small applications such as door lock systems and door kick plates.
Simplates plate punch plate has a metal core and a steel handle, which is used to hold the punch in place.
Simpeys company has sold the first two plates in the Simpson Door plate line, but they are available in titanium, titanium steel, stainless steel and zinc.
Simplin Door Plate plans to roll out the plate in rural, urban and suburban markets in the next year.
Simmpson Door Plating is not the only company trying to help rural communities by developing innovative technologies.
The U.N. agency is also trying to develop more secure devices and systems to protect rural communities, and some states are also trying out new technology to protect people from criminals.