Vote Armor Is Process Controlled

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Process Control Measures

  • - Keys and locks are stored in a safe until installation in the Vote Armor unit

    - During fabrication a dedicated dummy set of locks is used in place of actual locks

    - Check in and check out procedure is controlled so that keys and locks are not taken off premises or left attended

    - Keys and locks are identified with a code rather than customer name ensuring anonymity in case of loss or theft


Please contact us anytime

Vote Armor Division
5406 184th St E, Suite D
Puyallup, WA 98375

(253)846-8370 Phone
(253)846-8371 Fax


Because of the nature of our business and the many great customers we serve, we can get very busy moment-to-moment. It is not necessary, but if you have the ability to call ahead and give us some notice, we will be in a better position to devote some undivided attention for you.

We are excited to meet you and exceed your expectations.