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Keyed-different (KD). A group of locks each operated by a different change key. Keying. A term, used in the hardware industry, that refers to the arrangement of locks and keys into groups to limit access. Keying levels. The stratification of a master key system into hierarchies of access. Keying systems are available with one or more levels. The degree of complexity of the system depends on the number of levels used. Generally, the top-level master key can open all locks in the system. Each successive intermediate level of master key can open fewer locks but can open more locks than a change key. Keying system chart. A chart indicating the structure and expansion of a master key system, showing the key symbol and function of every master key of every level. Keyway (Kwy). The shape of the hole in the lock mechanism that allows only a key with the proper key section to enter. See key section. Levels. See keying levels. Maid s key. A hotel master key, given to the maid, that gives access only to the guest rooms and linen closets in a designated area of responsibility. A hotel is normally divided into floors or sections with a different maid s key for each floor or section. A maid s key will not open a guest room if the lock is in the shut-out mode. Multiple key section system (or sectional key sections). Used to expand a master key system by repeating the same or similar key bittings on different key sections. Keys of one section will not enter locks with a different section, yet there is a master key section milled so it will enter some or all of the different keyways in the system. See simplex key section. Paracentric keyway. A keyway in a cylinder lock with one or more side wards on each side projecting beyond the vertical centerline of the keyway to hinder picking. See simplex key section. Pin tumblers. Small sliding pins in a lock cylinder, working against drivers and springs and preventing the cylinder plug from rotating until raised to the exact height by the bitting of a key. Plug (of a lock cylinder). The round part containing the keyway and rotated by the key to transmit motion to the bolt or other locking mechanism. Plug retainer. The part of a lock cylinder that holds the plug in the shell. Privacy key. A change key set up as part of a master key system but not operated by any master keys or grand masters of any level. This key is set up for such areas as liquor-storage rooms in hotels, narcotic cabinets in hospitals, and food storage closets where valuables are kept. Removable core cylinder. A cylinder containing an easily removable assembly that holds the entire tumbler mechanism, including the plug,
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tumblers, and separate shell. The cores are removable and interchangeable with other types of locks of a given manufacturer by use of a special key called the control key. See control key. Root depth. Refers to the distance from the bottom of a cut on a key down to the base or bottom of the key blade. Root depth is easy to determine since it measures the amount of blade remaining, rather than the amount that was cut away (bitting depth). Selective master key. A special, top-level master key in a grand or greatgrand system that can be set to operate any lock in the entire system, in addition to the regular floor or section master key, without cross keying. Typical selective master keys include an engineer s key (ENG), nurse s key (NUR), and attendant s key (ATT). The number of selective master keys is normally limited to one or two and should be set up when the original system is established. See engineer s key. Simplex key section. A single independent key section that cannot be expanded into a multiple key section system. Simplex key sections, such as the Yale Para, are used for stock locks and small master key systems. Spacing. See bitting position. Standard key symbols. A uniform way of designating all keys and cylinders in a master key system. The symbol automatically indicates the exact function of each key or cylinder in the system, without further explanation. Tailpiece. The connecting link attached to the end of a rim cylinder that transmits the rotary motion of the key through the door into the locking mechanism. Top-level master key. The highest level master key in a multilevel keying system that fits most of the locks in the system. Tumbler. One or more movable obstructions in a lock mechanism that dog or prevent the motion of the bolt or rotation or the plug and are aligned by the key to remove the obstruction during locking or unlocking. Uncontrolled cross keying. See cross keying. Visual key control. A system of stamping all keys and the plug face of all lock cylinders with standard key symbols for identification purposes. Other key and cylinder stamping arrangements are available but are not considered visual key control.
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