What key systems are used for MAKE vending machines locks?

What key systems are used for MAKE vending machines locks?

For many of us, vending machines are ubiquitous. What do you see when you pass by a vending machine? Have you ever noticed the locks it's equipped with? Often, we pay little attention to the locks used on vending machines; however, they play a crucial role in ensuring the security of the products.

In this article, we'll delve deeper into the key systems used for the locks on MAKE vending machines.

Disc Key System: The disc key system is characterized by high anti-theft performance, a large number of teeth, and high security, resulting in a longer lifespan. The emergency lock core of the MAKE vending machine electric plug lock adopts a disc lock certified by the Ministry of Public Security with Class C certification, possessing high anti-theft, anti-prying, and anti-technical opening capabilities.

Wafer Key System: MAKE vending machine locks use a double-sided wafer key system, with a row of wafers on each side of the lock core. Compared to a standard wafer lock of the same length, the double-sided wafer lock has a higher number of teeth, thus enhancing security. Additionally, the insertion and extraction of keys in the double-sided wafer lock are smooth, without jamming, providing a better unlocking experience.

Tubular Key System: The tubular key system is also one of the commonly used key systems for MAKE vending machine locks. It is a type of wafer lock with wafers arranged in a circular distribution on both upper and lower rows. The tubular key is compact and precise, suitable for slightly higher security requirements, with moderate resistance to technical and destructive opening attempts. The tubular key system can be used as a master key, facilitating the daily management of vending machines.

With the development of new retail, the vending machine industry will encounter more opportunities. A reliable vending machine lock will make vending machines safer and profitability easier to achieve. If you have any questions related to vending machine locks, please feel free to contact us. We are more than happy to assist you!