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NOTE: Master keys need to be ordered separately - Purchase here
One set of override keys is normally purchased per set of locks that are managed. Example - one set per 50 lockers
Looking for a perfect solution for cabinets, gym lockers, mailboxes, drawers, equipment, or doors? Metal cabinet locks offer code retrievable capabilities and keyless access. Secure heavy duty combination lock has 10,000 possible combinations. Metal cabinet lock comes with key and combination access, and high security tubular keyway. Popular use for metal cabinet locks is healthcare, education, gyms, schools lockers, anywhere needing flexibility of combination retrieval or multiple person access.
Metal cabinet lock is user friendly with easy to read dials and open and close indicators. Flexibility of combination retrieval or multiple person access. Combination can be set in 3 easy steps for the dual access lock. Metal cabinet lock with key override can be installed vertically or horizontally. Cam can be placed in 180 degree or 90 degree increments (with dual hole cams). Metal cabinet lock has an easy-to-use knob with no need to twist bulky housing that defaces surfaces.
The metal cabinet lock retrofits any standard ¾” cam hole. Dual access lock is factory set to all zeros. Fits material thickness up to 3/8”. Comes with combination metal cabinet lock, 1 cam (1-1/2” straight cam), cylinder nut, screw and washer, chrome finish. Metal cabinet lock retrofits any standard cam lock and is perfect for locker locks, cabinets, drawers, storage, or mailboxes.
Cecelia (Submitted on Apr 29th 2015)
This was great for our work gym lockers. Nice to be able to access with key
Church maintenance (Submitted on Dec 22nd 2011)
I bought these locks for the lockers in the daycare area. They're perfect for the small metal lockers, and I can still get into the lockers if the daycare workers forget the combinations. This lock was a great idea - thanks!