Locksmith 10005 – Lever door handle is a style of lever door handle that works on all for of lock systems if you need key repairs call for more help Empire Locksmith. To understand we will start with a warded lock that uses a set of obstructions or wards to prevent the lock from opening, unless the correct key is inserted. The key has notches or slots correspond to the obstructions in the lock allowing it to rotate freely inside the lock. Warded locks are typically reserved for low-security applications as a well-designed skeleton key can successfully open a wide variety of warded locks.
Locksmith 10005 with a great lock and handle set again key pad locks with pin tumbler lock uses a set of pins to prevent the lock from opening unless the correct key repair is inserted. The key has a series of grooves on either side of the key’s blade that limit the type of lock the key can slide into. The horizontal grooves on the key blade align with the wards in the keyway allowing entry to the cylinder. A series of pointed teeth and notches on the blade, called bittings allow pins to move up and down until they are in line with the shear line of the inner and outer cylinder, allowing the cylinder or cam to rotate freely and the lock to open.
A wafer tumbler lock is similar to the pin tumbler lock and works on a similar principle. However, unlike the pin lock (where each pin consists of two or more pieces) each wafer is a single piece. The wafer tumbler lock is often incorrectly referred to as a disc tumbler lock, which uses an entirely different mechanism. The wafer lock is relatively inexpensive to produce and is often used in automobiles and cabinetry.
The disc tumbler lock or Abloy lock is composed of slotted rotating detainer discs. They are considered very secure and almost impossible to pick with standard tools.
The lever tumbler lock uses a set of levers to prevent the bolt from moving in the lock. In its simplest form, lifting the tumbler above a certain height will allow the bolt to slide past. Lever locks are commonly recessed inside wooden doors or on some older forms of padlocks, including fire brigade padlocks.