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Key lock ASP/HSP
for doorsbrassstainless steel

key lock
key lock
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Characteristics

Type
key
Product applications
for doors
Material
brass, stainless steel
Other characteristics
safety

Description

The Access lock (or Door lock) is an interlock suitable for use on access points (trap doors, doors, gates, containers…) but also on transformer’s plug-in connectors. The interlock is manufactured in brass and aluminium, making it ideal for application in the energy sector. Different types of striker plates are available depending on your equipment or on-site constraints. Striker are reversible and plates can be inserted into the front (like the picture shown on the left) or the back of the lock depending your installation. The Access lock is available in two options: exchange key and multi key. USAGE The Access Lock should be used to allow safe access to potential hazardous and dangerous areas. The Access Lock should be used with • 1 key : part body access doors where the use of personal safety keys is not essential. Or with • 2 keys (consignment key) on full body access doors where the use of personal safety keys is essential (to prevent accidental lock in). The Access Lock is not designed for general security purposes, such as a safe or external access to a building. INSTALLATION A safety lock must be mounted with appropriate fasteners. Important: To avoid unauthorized removal, the lock must be mounted with rivet or M5 (screws, nuts and washers) stainless steel safety screws and secured with a threadlock. Tightening torque: 5Nm Plate drilling: 4 holes ø5,3 + 1 hole ø25 The interlock must be installed by a competent and qualified person who has read and understood these instructions. MAINTENANCE Contact STI for maintenance instructions.

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