Combination Lock

What is Combination lockcombination lock?

A combination lock is a type of locking device that secures an object, such as a door, safe, luggage, or locker, by requiring the entry of a specific sequence of symbols or numbers to open it. Instead of using a key, which is susceptible to loss or replication, combination locks depend on the accurate entry of a pre-established code or combination to activate the locking mechanism and provide access.

Common Types of Combination Locks

Combination locks are popular for their simplicity and reliability in providing security. They use a preset combination of numbers or symbols to open, eliminating the need for keys. Here are some common types of combination locks:

1. Rotary Combination Locks
These are the classic combination locks equipped with a circular dial that you rotate both clockwise and counterclockwise to input the correct combination. Typically, rotary combination locks consist of a combination sequence consisting of three or four numbers.

2. Combination Padlocks
Like rotary combination locks, padlocks with rotary dials are commonly used to secure gates, lockers, and items. They function on the same principle of dial-turning for combination entry.

3. Electronic Combination Locks
Electronic combination locks, replacing physical dials, require a numeric code for unlocking. They find frequent use in residential and commercial settings, securing doors, safes, and other secure areas.

The Combination Lock Features

1. Resettable function (Code Changeable).
2. Master key for emergency unlocking.
3. Lock core can be removed if the master key is lost.
4. Retrieve the combination by master key when forgetting the password.
5. Suitable for various door thicknesses from 0.6 to 20 mm (metal, wood, glass, plastic...).  

The Combination Lock Applications

Locker, ABS cabinet, storage, etc.
Combination Locks made by China MAKE Lock Maker, more than 10,000 Key Combinations with Master Key. Select from a variety of models and customization choices to align with your security and access control requirements.


Showing 1–0 of results