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What type of lock does this key fit in?

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What type of lock does this key fit in?

Postby lsphinx » Tue Apr 27, 2010 5:27 pm

Hello to all,

I hope I'm in the right section of the forum...
Need your help.
I have this key:
Image

Image

And I'm trying to find some information about the name of the lock.
I looks like hard to pick, though I haven't tried yet.
And at least here in Portugal this type of lock is uncommon.

The web site say's it is a high security lock, anti drilling system and anti panic system (what is this?).

Thanks in advance,

Regards,

Luís
"The will wins the skill!"
A lock is a puzzle! The goal is to turn the lock even safer while we have fun.
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Re: What type of lock does this key fit in?

Postby Rickthepick » Tue Apr 27, 2010 6:24 pm

got bigger pics?
ImageImageImage
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Re: What type of lock does this key fit in?

Postby Solomon » Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:53 pm

Yeah bigger pics would be helpful. All I can tell you from those is that it's a dimple lock, possibly a keso.
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Re: What type of lock does this key fit in?

Postby lsphinx » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:36 pm

Yes, sorry, I uploaded to picasa, and I don't know what happened.

The lock brand is Ezcurra, a spanish trade if I recall.

Bigger pics,

http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/pMydn5PocCrdaKkfw1FLlg?feat=directlink

http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/QBB1VlF1poRmq4f7hagJfw?feat=directlink

All I can tell you from those is that it's a dimple lock


I'll do some research about that lock.

Thank you both for replying.
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Re: What type of lock does this key fit in?

Postby Evan » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:45 pm

It looks like a knock-off of a Mul-T-Lock...


The website for this lock company is in Spanish as you might expect...

Here is a catalog which shows a lock which uses a key like the one in your pics...

http://www.ezcurra.com/pdfs/cerradurasseguridad.pdf


~~ Evan
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Re: What type of lock does this key fit in?

Postby lsphinx » Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:02 pm

I think it is this one
Image

Well, it is really a nice lock.

As Solomon have said, it really locks like a dimple lock.

Thank you Evan for your reply, I've found what you've told me on the catalog,
in this catalog
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http://www.ezcurra.com/pdfs/cerradurascilindro.pdf
I've found the cylinder which the key fit in.

I just don't understand the "anatomy" of a dimple lock, and what is an anti panic system on a lock.

Again, thank you all.
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