Complete Course in Professional Locksmithing

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1973 - House & Home - 399 pages
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Describes the servicing, installation, coding, and keymaking procedures applicable to all mortise, rim, cylindrical, tumbler, and cam locking mechanisms
 

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Contents

The Mortise Passage Latch
3
The Mortise Springlatch
16
The Mortise Dead latch
21
The Mortise Deadbolt
32
Mortise Lock Accessories
38
The Mortise Panic Exit Device
45
Bit Key Mortise Locks
50
Rim and Cylinder Locks
53
Lock Coding and Masterkeying
239
Lock Coding
241
Master Key Systems
245
Planning A Master Key System
260
Design Variations Affecting Masterkeying
265
Opening Doors Equipment and Automobiles
287
Doors
289
Office Equipment
297

Rim Locks
55
The Rim Panic Exit Device
62
Cylindrical Locks
71
Key Operated Mechanisms
109
Locks of Warded Construction
111
Lever Tumbler Lock Construction
115
The Disc Tumbler Lock Mechanism
126
The Pin Tumbler Locking Mechanism
141
Utility Locks
157
Padlocks
159
Desk Drawer and Cabinet Locks
165
Filing Cabinet Locks
169
Environmental Servicing
171
The Greater Enemy Wear or Corrosion?
173
Diagnosis Cleaning and Preparation
179
Locks in Service
181
Installation Criteria
201
Servicing Locks in a Radiation Field
209
Key Duplicating and Code Key Cutting
215
Key Duplicating
217
Code Key Cutting
233
Automobiles
299
Lock Engineering Standards
307
Design Modules
309
Design for Details
318
Lock Metallurgy
322
The Need for Standard Testing Procedures
325
Repair Techniques and Procedures
327
Parts Replacement
329
Repair Methods and Skills
332
Electric and Electronic Locks
343
Operation and Control
345
The Locksmith and the Locksmiths Shop
349
Other Sources of Income
351
Shop Location
356
Shop Layout
360
Merchandising
373
Recommended Reading for Locksmiths
379
Glossary
381
Index
393
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