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|Customizing the HPC Kekab-120 key cabinet by adding a CompX DualAxess mechanical combination lock.|
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Selectlocks.com has developed a custom version of the Supra/Kidde Big Box and the NuSet Model 7060-3 with tamper resistant features.
Many new features. Check it out.
The only name on the lock is SELECTLOK or SELECT LOCK. After some digging, we have found the manufacturer.
For those of you needing parts or new locks go to http://www.selectrix.com/selectlok
They are located 'down under' in Australia and New Zealand.
From their website:
Selectrix is a 100% Australian owned company that was incorporated in 1978 and now boasting 150 employees over 4 countries. With Australian branch offices located in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Head Office in Melbourne.
Subsidiary companies include Selectlok NZ Limited in Auckland, New Zealand, PT Selectrix Indonesia in Jakarta, Indonesia and Frauscher Selectrail UK Limited in Alvechurch, United Kingdom.
- the SELECTLOK range of industrial locks, latches, hinges and rubber seals for the sheetmetal industry.
- the SELECTRAIL range of Railways Signalling relays and Axle Counters.
- the SELECTPOWER range of switchboard accessories incorporating Brass Earth and Neutral bars and stand off insulators.
NuSet has announced that it will be replacing the 7050 Electronic Combination Lock Box.