Series 3504

High security, 7 locking elements, hardened steel body and centre pin, locking insert

High security, 7 locking elements, hardened steel body and centre pin, locking insert – Series 3504

The 3504 locking insert has the all-new mechanism of the Series 35 range, which is based on a revolutionary and unique asymmetrical warded keyway. Seven stainless steel locking elements fasten the central core to the outer body and it has a hardened steel anti-drill centre post. Further protection from drilling is provided by a second hardened roller inside the lock, which spins freely when a drill bit comes into contact with it.

The new mechanism and strong construction stand up to the ever-increasing threats from criminals. These range from opportunistic crimes using brute force to carefully planned attacks by organised gangs employing more insidious methods such as picking or unauthorised key duplication. The 3504 insert has no ‘shear line’, with its associated susceptibility to picking. The internal components are machined from brass for excellent durability and reliability. The black nickel plated finish will enhance the appearance of any application.

The 3504 will afford a significant upgrade in security over most popular types of locking inserts or can be designed into new equipment where high security and peace of mind is paramount.

Over 750,000 different key combinations are available, allowing an exclusive key combination to be allocated to the user or purchaser. This combination can be registered online with Camlock Systems, to ensure that only authorised personnel can obtain extra keys. The new octagram-shaped fin Series 35 key is available only from Camlock, which ensures no blanks will be available to key cutters.

Typical applications include pop-out T-handles on vending machines, amusement machines, gaming machines, snooker/pool tables, kiddie rides, juke boxes, cabinets, drugs & medicines cabinets, cash boxes, parking ticket machines, self service kiosks, chemical storage cabinets and key exchange boxes, as well as applications designed to accept a locking insert such as parking posts/bollards, wheel clamps and steering wheel locks.