EVA-Dry Dehumidifiers can accommodate from 333 cubic feet to 500 cubic feet and are available in white or camouflage. They come with a five-year manufacturer's warranty.
For more information, contact EVA-Dry, telephone 877-382-3790 or web site: www.eva-dry.com.
FREIGHTLINER FT CODE SERIES
The FT0001-FT3000 code series is used by 2003 and up Freightliner semi-trucks. The FT code series has seven spaces and five depths. This code series uses the Ilco 1588 (square head) or Y157 (oval head) key blank. Prior to 2003, Freightliner trucks used code series FL001-FL262 and Z001-Z262 (same codes). These code series have seven spaces and only four depths of cut. The FL and the Z code series use the Ilco 1588 key blank. The spacing is the same for the three codes series as well as the first four depths of cut.
HPC previously made their CX60 card for the 1200CM using the Chrysler L0001-L3580 code series. It just so happened that this code card would operate the FL001-FL262 and Z001-Z262 code series.
There is no card available with just the five depths of cut for the FT code series. To easily solve this problem, you can either use a card producing computer program and make a card or measure the distance between the third and fourth depths (which is approximately 5/16”) and draw a new vertical line for the fifth depth of cut. Once everything is properly positioned, use a pen to draw the line. Pencil lead can smear or disappear after a while. There should not be a problem originating keys for the FT code series.
Note: Not every FT code will use the number five depth of cut. Also, wafer tumbler locks are more forgiving and if you are off a bit, the key should operate.
Ford Motor Company has introduced MyKey on the 2010 Ford Focus allowing owners to program a key that can limit the vehicle’s top speed, limit audio volume, encourage seat belt usage and sound chimes at 45, 55 and 65 miles per hour. Ford says MyKey will become an option on a number of their new vehicles.
Parents can program any operating key to the MyKey system using the vehicle message center, which updates the SecuriLock™ passive anti-theft system. When a MyKey programmed key is inserted into the ignition, the system reads the transponder chip in the key and immediately identifies the MyKey code, which enables the programmed default driving modes.
CONSTRUCTION KEY BLANK REFERENCE
Kaba Ilco Corp has introduced its Construction Equipment Key Blank Reference. This heavy equipment key blank reference ranges from excavators to forklifts and riding mowers. The Construction Equipment Key Blank Reference is segmented by manufacturers, application including the ignition, lift mechanism, etc.), identification (any markings/identifying codes), cuts/code and key blank numbers. In the back of the key blank reference are drawings.
Printed copies are available from a Kaba Ilco distributor or downloading from the Kaba Ilco web site: http://www.kaba-ilco.com/key_systems/literature/literature_grid_key_blanks.aspx
Under Automotive Key Blank General Information Reference Guide ,double -click the PDFs and the window that appears will contain the Construction Equipment Key Blank Reference as well as four other references and guides.
BROOKS INDICATIVE PADLOCKS
In addition to providing padlock protection, Brooks Tamper Indicating padlocks have tamper indication and deterrence features using the Brooks’ single-use seals.
Unlike traditional padlocks that can be opened and re-closed without any evidence of tampering, Brooks Indicative Padlocks feature a 1/8' diameter bored hole that passes through the body and shackle. Applying a uniquely numbered Brooks seal through this cavity prevents the padlock from being opened without first having to remove and destroy the seal.
Most of these padlocks are probably specially keyed for large trucking companies, etc., to ensure that once the product has been loaded into the trailer, tampering can be identified.
You may want to know your customer before making keys for these padlocks.