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    High Security Camlocks from the Australian Lock Company

    Australian Lock Company

    When a simple cam lock action is needed the Australian Lock Company BiLock range of camlocks is the answer. These high security lock cylinders have been designed to be used in applications that require optimum security with key restrictions.

    Applications of camlocks can be as varied as:

    • Cash boxes and cash registers 
    • Filing cabinets, personnel lockers and secure briefcases 
    • Parking and petrol pump meters 
    • Pay phones 
    • Poker, gaming, video and vending machines

    All camlocks offer either Standard to Quick Change Core options. All models have been ASIO rated and have strong legal protection with international patents and design registrations. This ensures against any unauthorised duplication occurring.

    Accredited BiLock agents only are supplied with unique proprietary key cutting and formatting equipment. The camlocks are practically impossible to pick. It is also virtually impossible to rap or read codes through the keyway of the camlock. Their dual bladed keyway is extremely resistant to impressioning and each key profile has over 16.7 million real key combinations giving these camlocks powerful master keying capabilities.

    BiLock’s range of camlocks come with a manufacturer’s guarantee and warranty. The body of the camlock is made from brass as is the plug. Cams are zinc plated steel and the key blank is made from nickel silver. Each camlock has a chrome plated finish and four cam options are available:

    • Straight
    • Hook 
    • Offset 
    • Spigot

    A large selection of compatible cylinder types is available. These will suit most of the hardware that is currently on the market. BiLock’s 8,500 key head colour combinations mean that keys are easily and conveniently identifiable.

    BiLock has won two Australian Design Awards for product excellence. The camlocks have also received recommendations from many of Australia’s leading architectural firms.

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