Figure 12.7 The American 600 series padlock. in Visual Studio .NET

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Figure 12.7 The American 600 series padlock.
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The Master Lock Company makes a variety of padlocks, ranging from simple warded locks to sophisticated pin tumbler types.
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The Super Security Padlock. An improved version of the familiar Master pad-
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lock was recently introduced the Master Super Security Padlock (Fig. 12.8). It was designed to give greater security than standard locks and is recommended for warehouses, storage depots, and industrial plants, as well as the home and yard. Figure 12.9 is a cutaway view of the mechanism. Salient features include:
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A patented dual-lever system to secure the shackle legs. Each lever works independently of the other and is made of hardened steel. The long shackle leg is tapered to align the locking levers. For weather protection, the case laminations are made of hardened steel and are chrome-plated.
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Figure 12.8 The Master Super
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Figure 12.9 A cutaway of the
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Master Super Security Padlock.
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For better protection, the case is larger than that of standard locks. A rubberoid bumper prevents the lock body from scratching adjacent surfaces. Tension tests show that this high-security lock can tolerate without damage a force on the shackle of 6000 pounds. When servicing the Super Security lock, follow this procedure:
1. Drill out the bottom rivets. 2. Remove the plates, one at a time, and keep them in order. 3. Remove the lock plug. 4. Assemble the lock using new rivets.
Master Lock s Pro Series locks. Master Lock Company s Pro Series is a complete
line of high-security padlocks that are especially for commercial use. The line includes Weather Tough, High-Security Shrouded, and a round, solid steel lock (Figs. 12.10 through 12.12). All have black bodies and shackles made from
Figure 12.10 Pro Series Weather Tough padlocks are protected with Xenoy thermoplastic covers and feature boron alloy shackles and special drain channels that move water and debris through the lock body and away from the locking mechanism. (Master Lock Company)
Figure 12.11 Pro Series High Security shrouded padlocks have a steel shackle guard that protects the shackle from saws, bolt cutters, and prying. (Master Lock Company)
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Figure 12.12 One type of Pro Series High-
Security padlock comes in a round, solid steel nonshrouded version. (Master Lock Company)
a hardened boron steel that provides up to 15,000 pounds of cut resistance. Inside, the shackles are locked with dual ball-bearing locking mechanisms that resist up to 13,000 pounds of pulling and prying. In addition, they are shrouded in solid iron. The cylinders of all Pro Series locks feature special spool pins to make them pick-resistant. All Pro Series padlocks are rekeyable with cylinder and shackle options that are quick and easy to change. The Pro Series also features a line of Weather Tough locks especially for outdoor applications. These locks have the same boron alloy shackles and dual ball-bearing locking mechanisms found on the High-Security models. A xenoy thermoplastic cover protects against key and cylinder jamming from sand, dirt, and other contaminants. Special drain channels inside move water and debris through the lock body and away from the locking mechanism for trouble-free opening.
Removing and replacing the laminated and Pro Series cylinder
1. Unlock the padlock and remove the key (Fig. 12.13). Turn the shackle away from its opening. Note: If rekeying WO (without cylinder) padlocks, use a screwdriver to open the shackle. Insert the tip of the screwdriver through the opening in the bottom plate. Turn the mechanism as shown to trip the shackle release. (For Pro Series 6000 locks simply pull up on the shackle. Cylinder extension and ball bearings are included in a separate polybag.) 2. The cylinder retainer screw is located inside the shackle opening. Using an appropriately sized hex wrench, rotate the screw counterclockwise (left) until the cylinder retainer door separates from the padlock body. 3. Remove the retainer door and nut. Slide the cylinder out. Be sure to cradle the padlock in your hand to catch parts. 4. Place the new cylinder rear-end first into the padlock body. Replace the retainer door and nut. 5. Tighten the retainer screw with a hex wrench.
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