Keylock management

  • 08-Jul-2008 09:28 EDT
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Encompassing a wide variety of latch styles, including compression latches, push-to-close latches, cam latches, cam locks, and multi-point latches, Southco’s key choice system is designed to accommodate the physical demands of diverse applications. It provides a solution to the common problem of coordinating keylocking latches and key codes to meet end-use requirements. By separating the key code specification decision from the latch specification decision, the system offers flexible options for managing security. Recreational vehicles, utility trucks, buses, and off-highway equipment benefit from the convenience of managing all of the locks on the vehicle, from entry locks to access panels and storage compartments inside and outside the vehicle, with a single key.

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