New Padlock Choices from Pacific Lock

The first laminated padlocks will have a four-pin tumbler lock mechanism using the Pacific Lock PW1 keyway. Future introductions will include a five-pin tumbler version with various restricted and non-restricted keyways.


Pacific Lock, the manufacturer that offers locksmiths the ability to sell personalized logo padlocks, has introduced several padlocks, unique padlock configurations and accessories. Just about every locksmith has bought, sold, unlocked or made keys for laminated padlocks. The laminated...


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To install a sleeve into the “XIC” padlock body, loosen the 2.5 mm diameter setscrew. The IC Sleeve comes complete; just install the small format interchangeable core. When the core has been installed, insert an operating key and rotate ninety degrees to unlock the shackle. Loosen the setscrew, and slide the sleeve into the padlock making sure the shackle slides through the center hole. Once seated, turn the key to the removal position and the shackle is locked in place. Tighten the setscrew until the sleeve can still slide freely up and down. The IC Sleeve is installed.

To install a KIK/KIL X Sleeve requires installing the appropriate driver onto the rear of the lock cylinder. The Schlage driver has two positions for the spring-loaded retainer cap pin. This driver should be horizontal. Once the driver has been installed, the next step is to mount the hardened steel barrel plug. Make sure the screw hole faces toward the back of the sleeve. Insert the shackle and the stopper into the sleeve. Slide the lock cylinder into the sleeve making sure the driver slides into the stopper and aligns with the slit in the shackle. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to secure the lock cylinder in the sleeve. Insert the operating key and rotate ninety degrees to unlock the shackle. Loosen the setscrew, and slide the sleeve into the padlock making sure the shackle slides through the center hole. Once seated, turn the key to the removal position and the shackle is locked in place. Tighten the setscrew until the sleeve can still slide freely up and down. The X Sleeve is installed.

Pacific Lock has developed the investment cast hockey-puck padlock hasp that can be used with the standard and the XIC versions. This investment cast hasp provides corrosion resistance and strength.

 

PAC-SHIELD

The new, patented “PAC-SHIELD” is Pacific Lock's interpretation of a weather resistant high security padlock. It is designed to fit over a PACLOCK 150 Series rectangular body padlock having the one-inch shackle. The “PAC-SHIELD” is formed to protect the body of the padlock as well as the legs of the shackle. Installation requires a hammer and a solid surface to secure the shield to the padlock.

The “PAC-SHIELD” is manufactured from 1/8” thick steel, powder coated to resist corrosion. The 150 Series padlock is manufactured of non-ferrous metal, eliminating the problem of rusting. “Your Logo, Your Locks” engraving will be available for the black powder-coated “PAC-SHIELD”.

For more information, contact your local locksmith wholesaler or Pacific Lock Company, 21618 Marilla Street , Chatsworth , CA 91311 . Telephone: 888-562-5565. Fax: 818-678-6600. Web site: www.paclock.com.

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