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Lockwood 001TOUCH
Lockwood's iconic 001 has been securing most homes in Australia. The new 001 is now available in digital. It has been tested in accordance with Australian lock standard. As with the original product, the 001TOUCH™ uses the 001 Dead latch to secure the door internally however, the external cylinder has been replaced with a digital touch screen keypad. The ability to use a pin code…
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Locked Out? What next?
If you are locked out of your home or office in Sydney call CBD Locksmiths for a prompt locksmith service 24/7 CBD locksmiths are locksmiths in Sydney but wherever you are you will find the info below helpful! We understand that emergency lock out causes a lot of frustration and anger. Getting locked out of your house or your car, especially when you are in…
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Keys to Cabinet Locks
Lost keys to you desk cabinet lock, no problem, standard cabinet locks have digit numbers stamped on the face of the lock. Provide us those numbers and we shall be able to provide you with a matching key. Key is generated by inputting the code you provide us into our software, software recognises the code and passes relevant cutting information to the automatic key code…
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What to look for in a Locksmith
Choosing a locksmith is a lot more tedious than it looks like. You have to find out what kind of services they offer and how soon they respond to your situation. You would also need to take some time out to go check their past business relationships and how have they handled situations with previous clients. This will give you an idea of what to…
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Eka – Intelligent Security System
Up until now, if you were looking for a locking system to provide security for your facility you had two choices. 1.   Traditional, mechanical Masterkey system OR 2.   Wired access control systems. However, both these systems are limited. With traditional, mechanical Masterkey systems you have no way of knowing who, when or where someone has entered your building. Further, if you lose a key you…
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Warning about Key Bumping
Approximately 90% of Australian homes use standard cylinder locks which are vulnerable to lock bumping. The knowledge of the bumping method is becoming widespread due to international media and the worldwide web, it has become a growing global security concern. Lock Bumping, also called key bumping or bump keying is a technique used to unlock standard pin tumbler cylinders with a bump key. The bumping…
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