Zinc Alloy Disc Lock

Zinc Alloy Disc Lock is a specific type of disc lock designed for security applications. As with other disc locks, it is circular in shape, featuring a shorter, rounded shackle integrated into its circular body. The term "zinc alloy" refers to the material used in the construction of the lock.

Zinc alloy is a type of metal alloy composed primarily of zinc along with other elements such as aluminum, copper, and magnesium. This alloy offers several advantageous properties for disc locks, including durability, corrosion resistance, and lightweight construction.

Similar to other disc locks, the Zinc Alloy Disc Lock typically features a keyed body. Most models contain pin tumblers within the lock mechanism. To unlock the disc lock, a key is inserted into the body and turned, which releases the shackle, allowing access to the secured item.


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