The Australian Lock Company is proud to present their range of Galaxy high security locks, developed in response to the corporate demand for secured and safe work premises.

Manufactured using the latest techniques and a combination of 316 stainless steel and high speed steel, the Galaxy range of high security locks boast a series of previously unseen attributes that will benefit both the end user and the locksmith.

Galaxy high security locks are designed and built for convenience and efficiency while maximising security. They provide a greater depth of combinations and are available with a wide range of core options to make retrofitting existing locks simple, and resetting combinations quick and easy.

The streamlined design of Galaxy high security locks eliminates the need for tumbler pins and/or coded discs to create permutations. The unique simultaneous cutting of both key and codebar using a Computerised Numerical Control (CNC) machine increases production efficiency, reduces the likelihood of error, and increases the difficulty of duplication.

When it comes to the level of security provided by Galaxy high security locks two features stand out; super strength and not easily replicated. Other security features these locks have include:

  • extreme resistance to malicious attack
  • additional locking pins and anti picking teeth on carriages to prevent 'code hunting'
  • resistant to impressioning
  • Galaxy key blank can only be reproduced by authorised Galaxy Dealers
  • stringent quality control and authentication procedures ensure manufacturing consistency of cylinders and keys.
Galaxy high security locking systems come with sturdy and impression resistant keys that are available in 21 colours. Galaxy keys carry authorised Galaxy dealer details for easy reference and identification and all keys are cut from code, not duplicated.

Made from 316 stainless steel, Galaxy keys offer increased wear resistance and the shorter design offers increased strength. Both the cylinder and keys are cycle tested to 500,000 cycles, and with maintenance and lubrication cycles can exceed 700,000.