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Key-Choice System provides solution
The Southco® Key-Choice System provides a
comprehensive solution to the common problem
of co-coordinating keylocking latches and key
codes.
By separating the key code specification decision
from the latch specification decision, the Southco
Key-Choice System offers flexible options for
managing security.
The system provides the ability to install lock
cores at multiple points throughout the
manufacturing and distribution supply chain in order
to eliminate the complexity of tracking key code
assignments and offers a wider selection of key code
options. It also provides an alternative to using
external padlocks to manage key codes.
The Southco Key-Choice System encompasses a
wide variety of latch styles each of which accepts
the identical range of lock core options, offering the
ability to tailor key code assignment to the security needs of the application well after installation of the latch. This also offers the
manufacturer the option to bundle multiple latch styles and provide the convenience of a single key.
Practical applications of the system address any combination of keying requirements – including master keyed, keyed alike, and keyed
different key code options. It also addresses applications where access needs to be restricted to a single user or operator. It also simplifies
the opportunity to vary shared-access and exclusive-access assignments – including master-key management– across a range of units.
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moulded in applications. is isolated from excessive
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grooves along the length that creep is not a factor in ensuring
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offer maximum retention in the that the joint remains intact
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throughout the life of the product.
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clearances for 6mm and 8mm
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standard low carbon steel with a
bolts, with the CL500 series
zinc plate finish for corrosion
providing additional clearance
protection. They join Spirol’s
around the bolts to accommodate
existing Series CL200 and CL250
greater positional tolerances.
(split seam) and Series CL101 and
Spirol compression limiters are
CL111 (solid knurled) designs.
used to preserve a threaded
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Spirol Industries Limited is a
joint’s integrity when fastening
manufacturer of a diverse range
plastic-to-plastic assemblies, or
plastic-to-metal assemblies. As a
of engineered fasteners, including
bolt is tightened to achieve the
coiled and slotted spring pins,
required friction between threads,
solid pins, spacers and other
the plastic is compressed. Without
tubular products, as well as
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will creep, resulting in the
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the joint. The compression limiter vibratory parts feeders.
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