LJB Publishes Article on Grivory Knives

LJB Security Training is not only devoted to helping candidates for security guard obtain CT guard cards through our one-day certification course, we also write informational articles on topics of interest to security officers and general audiences alike.

Our latest article explores the world of non-metallic knives and the potential threats they present to facilities that rely on metal detectors to filter out weapons and other dangerous objects.

Knives made of Grivory – a polymer resin that has found use in high-temperature and other applications – will not show up on metal detectors. Is it a credible weapon, though?

Our article examines the performance of Grivory compared to steel; the practicality of these weapons; their availability for purchase and other aspects.

To read more, click through to our original article!

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