pin tumbler

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Synonyms for pin tumbler

cylindrical tumblers consisting of two parts that are held in place by springs


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The disks are thinner, allowing for more combinations than possible with pin tumbler locks.
Most replacement core manufacturers provide only pin tumbler cores.
Stansbury, an American physician, was granted an English patent for a pin tumbler door lock that embodied the operating principles of both the Egyptian and Bramah locks.
who improved an earlier pin tumbler design patented by his father in 1848 to produce the modern pin tumbler cylinder lock.
Modern pin tumbler cylinders can have between three and seven pins.
Pin tumbler locks with five or more pins offer greater resistance to picking.
Lever tumbler locks are slightly less expensive than pin tumbler locks, offer good security and many key changes.
A key is required to unlock the pin tumbler mechanism from the outside.
Most commercial grade locking devices are pin tumbler locks in various configurations.
A disk or wafer lock takes three minutes to pick, a pin tumbler takes ten minutes, and a lever lock can be compromised in thirty minutes.
Keying: 6 Pin tumbler, keyed 5 pin, solid brass cylinder plug and housings with nickel silver pins and keys.
Medeco's claim to technical superiority is rotating pin tumblers and an angled key cut that's impossible to duplicate except by the manufacturer.