Additional Lock Options
- A Key-Stop can be added to the lock to ensure that the key can only be removed from the lock once the bolt has been thrown to the locked position.
- A Key-Code tag can also be supplied with the lock to aid the registration/reorder process.
- Key ID Stamping options add support to the recognition and reorder process.
Keyed-Alike Lock Options
- (2) only keys are provided in the price for any keyed-alike lock set requested.
- Additional key requirements to a keyed-alike lock set will need to be purchased separately.
- A keyed-alike set can be made up of (1) or a number of different handings.
- The add-on lock options apply to all or any locks
- (1) x 406-W/KA2 is (2) locks keyed to the same key-code (PAIR).
- (1) x 406-W/KA3 is (3) locks keyed to the same key-code (TRIPLE).
- (1) x 406-W/KAn
Key Surcharge Considerations
- (2) keys are always included in the price of any keyed-to-differ safe lock option.
- R30 keys (30mm between-bitt-bow) of the key, is the default keylength supplied on LH/RH handed safe locks.
- R40 keys (40mm between-bitt-bow) of the key, is the default keylength supplied on UP/DN handed safe locks.
- R30, R40 and R50 keys are included in the price of all locks in this series safe locks.
- For the Dual Control safe lock option, (2) keys to each set are included in the price.
- R75, R85, R100, R130, R150 and R180 keys attract a per key surcharge.
- A sintered (Single-Bitt) Keyhole Insert can be purchased. Simply drill a 19mm hole through the steel plate door, countersink the inside surface to allow for a strengthened weld point and then dress-off and fit the lock.
- A diecast Keyhole Escutcheon can also be purchased. This offers a convenient solution to hiding the keyhole on the door.