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change and master keys inoperative, except the appropriate individual display room key and the emergency key. Dummy cylinder. One without an operating mechanism; used to improve the appearance of certain types of installations. Emergency key (EMK). A special, usually top-level, hotel master key that operates all the locks in the hotel at all times. An emergency key will open a guest room lock even if it is in the shut-out mode. With many types of hotel locks, this key acts as a shut-out key, making all other change and master keys inoperative, except the appropriate individual display room key and the emergency key. Engineer s key (ENG). A selective master key used by various maintenance personnel to gain access through many doors under different master and grand master keys. The key can be set to operate any lock in a master key system and, typically, fits building entrances, corridors, and mechanical spaces. Establishing such a key avoids issuing high-level master keys to maintenance personnel. See selective master key. Floor master key. A master key that opens all or most of the locks on a particular floor of a building. Grand master key (GM or GMK). A key that operates a large number of keyed-different or keyed-alike locks. Each lock is usually provided with its own change key. The locks are divided into two or more groups, each operated by a different master key. Each group can be operated by a master key only, or by the grand only or by a master and the grand. Great-grand master key (GGM or GGMK). A key that operates a large number of keyed-different and/or keyed-alike locks. Each lock is usually provided with its own change key. The locks are divided into two or more groups, each operated by a different grand master key. Each of these groups is further subdivided into two or more groups, each operated by a different master key. A group can be operated by the great-grand only, a grand only, a master only, or any combination of the three. Guest room change key. The hotel room key that is normally issued to open only the one room for which it was intended. The guest room key cannot be used to set a hotel lock in the shut-out mode from the outside of the room, nor will it open a hotel lock from the outside if the lock is in the shut-out mode. Hotel-function shut-out. When a hotel-function lock is in the shut-out mode, regular master keys of all levels and the guest room key will not open the lock from the outside of the room. Most hotel-function locks can be set in the shut-out mode with the thumbturn or pushbutton from the inside, or with the emergency or display room key from the outside. Hotel keying. Keying for hotel-function locks. Hotel great-grand master keys, grand master keys, or master keys. Depending on the level of the system, these keys function as they would in a
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normal system except they cannot be used to set a hotel lock in the shut-out mode from the outside of the room, nor can they open a hotel lock from the outside if the lock is in the shut-out mode. Housekeeper s key. A grand master key in a great-grand level hotel system that normally operates all the guest rooms and linen closets in the hotel. Interchange. See key interchange. Key bitting. A number that represents the depth of a cut on a tumbler-type key. A bitting is often expressed as a series of numbers or letters that designate the cuts on a key. The bittings on a key are the cuts that actually mate with the tumblers in the lock. Key bitting depth. The depth of a cut that is made in the blade of a key. See root depth. Key bitting list. A list originated and updated by the lock manufacturer for every master key system established. This list contains the key bittings of every master key and change key used in the system. Each time an addition is made to the system, all new bittings are added to the list. It is essential that a complete copy of this list be furnished to any personnel servicing a master key system locally. The lock manufacturer should be informed of any changes made locally to a keying system. Key bitting or cut position (also called spacing). The location of each cut along the length of a key blade. It is determined by the location of each tumbler in the lock. Bitting position is measured from a reference point to the center of each cut on the key. The most common reference point is the key stop, but the tip of the key is sometimes used. Key change number. A recorded number, usually stamped on the key for identification. A key change number can be either the direct bitting on the key or a code number. Key changes (chges). The total possible number of different keys available for a given type of tumbler mechanism. In master key work, the number of different change keys available in a given master key system. Key interchange. An undesirable situation, usually in a master key system, whereby the change key for one lock unintentionally fits other locks in the system. Key section (KS). The cross-sectional shape of a key blade that can restrict its insertion into the lock mechanism through the keyway. Each key section is assigned a designation or code by the manufacturer. A key section is usually shown as a cross section viewed from the bow towards the tip of the key. See keyway. Key set (or set). A group of locks keyed exactly the same way. A key set is usually identified with a key symbol. See standard key symbols. Keyed-alike (KA). A group of locks operated by the same change key. Not to be confused with masterkeying.
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