2022 edition

For over Twenty years, Slide Lock Tool Company has adhered to one motto: “KEEP IT SIMPLE”

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2022 edition

For over Twenty years, Slide Lock Tool Company has adhered to one motto: “KEEP IT SIMPLE”

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A Fresh Start in 2022!

Like many of our friends and customers around the country, 2021 was a tough year for Slide Lock Tool Company. Our owner Bonnie Selby, suffered from poor health for much of the year and sadly passed away on October 1st. Bonnie enjoyed getting to know so many of our loyal customers over the years. She had a passion for customer service and attention to detail. Bonnie’s obituary can be read by clicking on her image below.

Although Bonnie is no longer with us, Slide Lock Tool Company is in capable hands under the leadership of her son, Trey Ourso. Trey and the rest of the team at Slide Lock Tool Company will continue with the Z-Tool System’s primary goal in mind, “Keep it Simple.” SLTC will continue producing a fully researched, completely organized kit, using only fourteen tools backed up with a proven manual which makes solving lock-out situations easy to master.

We will continue to make the highest quality tools on the market. No exceptions. And finally, if you are not completely satisfied with your Z-Tool System we offer a 90-day money-back guarantee. No questions asked!

Our shop is fully stocked and ready to fill your orders.

So we are excited to turn the page to 2022 and look forward to having a great year!

We thank you for your continued business.

 

Trey Ourso
Slide Lock Tool Company

training sessions

Welcome to our free online auto lockout seminars, where you will learn how to train your future employees. The classes are divided into 5 sessions so that mastering a session will advance you on to the next session. Simply click on the button at the end of each session to move onto the next.

1

introduction
to the
basics

2

it’s all
in the
manual

3

the business
side of
lockouts

4

let’s
open
the car

5

“avoiding the
pitfalls” tooling
do’s and dont’s