Monthly Archives: September 2011

Master Locksmiths
By consulting a member of the Master Locksmiths Association for your security needs you can be sure that you are dealing with a locksmith who : is a qualified and experienced security industry professional is licensed to operate as a locksmith under relevant State and Territory security industry legislation abides by an established code of ethics. All Master Locksmith members hold recognised trade qualifications and/or have passed…
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Key Cylinder Locks
The locks, hardware and accessories that you install on your buildings all rely on the integration of the lock cylinder and the key. The lock cylinder is central to the lock mechanism installed on your door. This combination controls who is allowed or denied access to the door. With technological changes in the security industry, key systems that incorporates features such as Design Registration and…
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Building Codes, Fire Exit
The current standards state that a required exit or in the path of a required exit must be readily openable without a key from the side facing the person seeking egress, by a single hand downward action or pushing action on a single device which is located between 900mm and 1100mm from the floor, except if it – Serves a vault, strong-room, sanitary compartment, or…
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