Cylinder lock

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Cylinder lock

A lock with a central cylinder, which rotates when the key lifts the internal tumblers.

cylinder lock

A door lock in which the locking mechanism is contained in a cylinder that includes the keyhole but is separated from the lock case.
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The handle will then push out and extend, uncovering the cylinder lock and allowing conventional entrance into the household.
Segen quick-change devices consist of a steel cylinder lock and corresponding knob.
The cylinder locks stay mechanically locked until pneumatic pressure is applied to automatically release them.
While the Bic trick is a concern for any product that uses a tubular cylinder lock, including vending machines and ignition systems, Kryptonite (as well as Master Lock, which also makes tubular cylinder locks) now faces a host of lawsuits claiming that the company touted their locks' effectiveness even though it knew of the vulnerability for over 10 years.
In the latest announcement, the company expanded the offer to all those who own a Kryptonite tubular cylinder lock.
After World War II, most American lockmakers focused on cylinder locks.
Regular sash locks providesome security for windows, but key or cylinder locks are better.
In addition, he is the leading figure regarding the research and collection of ancient Chinese locks and has about 900 pieces of wooden locks, bronze locks, metal locks and pin-tumbler cylinder locks from different historical periods.
Replacement of keys, cylinder locks or part of a flowchart,
The company also has two of the only Euro cylinder locks in Europe to have both a TS007 3-star rating and Sold Secure's SS312 diamond accreditation.
Fitting is very well carried out and the cylinder locks up tightly.
Special configurations have twin cylinder locks and padlock facilities.