We manufacture semi-finished custom lock Parts as per requirement. We are capable of providing precision components with tolerance of 1µm. We also manufacture forged knobs, handles and other accessories. The different types of door locks and handles include knob locks.
Each type of
is built differently, but let’s take a look at the anatomy of a typical door lock usually used in homes or light commercial buildings. The main parts of a door lock are the cylinder, bolt, box and strike plate. It’s useful for any DIY-er to know how things around the home operate. Understanding the different parts that work together to make a door handle and lock work, can help you fix minor problems on your own. Remember, if you’re having problems with a sticky or faulty door, knob, handle or lock, trust the skilled locksmiths at Empire Alloys to help.
The cylinder, or
is the part of the door lock where you insert the key. When it’s locked, the cylinder engages a series of spring-loaded pins which keep the cylinder from turning. When you insert a key, the uneven edge pushes the pins upward to fit the key’s height in that location within the lock body. Essentially, it recognizes the correct key when the pins move into their proper places. This “opens” the cylinder, allowing the bolt to move, and you to open the door.
mechanical device for securing a door or receptacle so that it cannot be opened except by a key or by a series of manipulations that can be carried out only by a person knowing the secret or code.
- Bump Resistance. The first thing to consider when looking at the security of most locks is the bump-resistance of the lock
- Key Control. Key Control is another important aspect of any high security lock. …
- Pick Resistance
- Drill Resistance
- Force Resistance
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