A special designed door lock for hinged doors and hatches. Opening of the door requires the same tool as to loosen the bolts for the Belt Conveyor guard, a 24 mm wrench.
The locking cover is made of cast zinc, and the protection brackets along with the striking plate are made of hot dip galvanized steel. This makes it appropriate for tough conditions and the lock we recommend for harsh environments.
Locks typically consist of several essential components, including a locking mechanism, a key or combination mechanism, and a housing or casing. The locking mechanism is the core component that secures the object by engaging with a strike plate or other counterpart when activated. It may involve the use of pins, tumblers, levers, or electronic components depending on the type of lock.
The key or combination mechanism is used to operate the lock and grant authorized access. In traditional mechanical locks, a key is inserted into the lock, and its unique pattern of notches or grooves aligns with the internal components, allowing the lock to be turned and unlocked. In contrast, electronic locks often utilize keypads, cards, biometric readers, or digital codes to grant access.
Locks can be categorized into various types based on their mechanism, application, and level of security. Common types include padlocks, deadbolts, mortise locks, cylinder locks, cam locks, combination locks, and electronic locks. Each type has its own advantages and is suitable for different situations, ranging from residential and commercial buildings to vehicles, safes, and high-security facilities.
In addition to securing physical objects, locks can also provide peace of mind and a sense of privacy. They serve as a visual deterrent, indicating that an item or area is protected, which can deter potential intruders or unauthorized individuals.
Troax, the company you mentioned, likely offers a range of locks designed for specific applications and industries. These locks may include innovative features and technologies to enhance security, such as advanced key systems, anti-pick mechanisms, tamper-resistant designs, or integration with access control systems.
|Steel, stainless steel, or other durable materials
|Various lock types available (e.g., cylinder lock, padlock)
|Keyed alike or keyed different
|Brass or stainless steel
|Various finishes available (e.g., zinc-plated, chrome-plated)
|Compatible with Troax products
|Securing doors, gates, panels, or enclosures
|Varies depending on the lock type and model
Keyed or combination options available
Anti-pick and anti-drill features
Weather-resistant and rust-proof coatings
Easy installation and operation
Optional accessories like protective covers and escutcheons