When protecting your home, it’s important to know how break-ins happen. Often a drill will be inserted into the lock to destroy the pin and tumbler system and compromise the lock’s ability to stay secure. Another common method is a simple kick-in forced entry, where the area surrounding the lock is kicked with a heavy boot, splintering the wood that holds the lock into the door jamb. Knowing what you're defending against will help you choose your security method.
You can buy the most expensive lock on the market, but if it's mounted to a hollow-core door, it will not provide much security in forced-entry situation. So getting a heavy-duty door and solid doorframe might be your first step.
Also, most people realize that mortise offer greater security than locks that are built into door knobs, so you should consider a deadbolt as your most secure option.
Avent Security Keyless Door Lock used the US and Euro standard mortise. With the lock made of stainless steel 304. Stainless steel (Grade 304) is designed to absorb more energy without breaking. The stronger resistance to corrosion keeps a longer life time for the finish.
The many unique values provided by stainless steel, such as Corrosion Resistance, fire and heat resistance, aesthetic appearance, which makes it as a powerful candidate in materials selection.