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Types of locks for safes

Here you will find information about the different typles of locks for safes.

Cylinder lock incl. 2 keys

(standard lock)

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Dual bit lock to EU standard

(option at extra cost)

  • Dual bit locks have multiple disc tumblers and thus offer more security.
  • This allows for the option of fitting out a personal locker system with a locking system (all locks are individually keyed and supplied with 2 keys, and an optional master key which opens all locks is also available). This enables an authorised person to unlock all locks with one key.
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Fittings for half cylinder profile lock

(option at extra cost)

These fittings enable you to install your own half cylinder profile lock, which also makes it possible to integrate the lock with an existing locking system.

Types of locks for safes wt$
Types of locks for safes wt$

Cylinder combination lock

(option at extra cost)

  • Eliminates unnecessary additional keys and yet still allows for quick opening.
  • Supplied with default combination of 000, but can also be reassigned a new personal 3-digit combination.
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Electronic lock without emergency access

(option at extra cost)
  • 1 master code and up to 9 user codes
  • Use of this lock completely eliminates the need for keys.
  • It is also possible to provide access for additional authorised individuals by assigning user codes.
  • Easy to operate.
  • Battery compartment accessible from the outside.
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Types of locks for safes, key safes and personal lockers

Dual bit security lock incl. 2 keys (standard lock)
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With folding handle

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with fixed handle

Mechanical combination lock (option at extra cost)
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With folding handle

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with fixed handle

  • Access without a key
  • For larger safes, keys can be up to 140 mm long.
  • The 3-digit default combination can be reassigned to your own personal combination.

Electronic lock

(option at extra cost)
  • 1 master code and up to 9 user codes (assignable)
  • Particularly suitable if several employees are to have access via their own individual codes - the master code can be used to issue a new code if an employee leaves the company.
  • Linked codes (4-eye principle), programmable for delayed openings etc.
  • Audible and visual indication when battery needs replacement
  • A 9 V battery can be used to provide emergency power in case power is cut
  • On request, many safe models are available with mechanical emergency opening via key lock (at extra cost).
Types of locks for safes wt$
Types of locks for safes wt$

Electronic lock with emergency access

(option at extra cost)
  • 1 master code and up to 99 user codes (assignable)
  • Particularly suitable if several employees are to have access via their own individual codes - the master code can be used to issue a new code if an employee leaves the company.
  • In case the primary electronics fail, emergency access with the master code can still be ensured through a second, independent electronic system.
  • Linked codes (4-eye principle), programmable for delayed openings, off periods and locking times etc.
  • Audible and visual indication when battery needs replacement
  • A 9 V battery can be used to provide emergency power in case power is cut
  • On request, many safe models are available with mechanical emergency opening via key lock (at extra cost).
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