Key lock MS
for doorsbrassstainless steel

key lock
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Product applications
for doors
brass, stainless steel, aluminum
Other characteristics


The MS latch lock is an access interlock which is suitable for use on hinged and sliding doors. The interlock is made of copper brushed aluminium, making it ideal for use in harsh or corrosive environments and heavy use. Typical industries using the MS latch lock are cement & aggregates, mining, iron & steel, metallurgy, rail and power generation. The MS latch lock is modular. USAGE The MS Access Interlock can be used to allow safe access to potential hazardous and dangerous areas. The MS Access Interlock can be used with one key on 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 MS Access Interlock is not designed for the security of building access. INSTALLATION A safety lock must be fitted with suitable fasteners. Important: To prevent unauthorized removal, the lock must be mounted using rivets or M5 stainless steel safety fixing screws (washers, nuts and screws). The installation must be carried out by a competent and qualified person who has read and understood these instructions. In case of vibrations, contact STI. MAINTENANCE Periodic visual checks should be carried out to check for deformation or corrosion/erosion/acid aggregating by the site manager/safety officer. Clearing the marking/closing of the lock attachment. Do not lubricate lock barrel with oil or grease, use Powder Graphite if necessary. In case of defects being detected please contact your nearest Serv Trayvou Support Department for further actions. Please see Contact section for contact details.


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.