Cylinder Wavy Line pro Schließzylinder Wavy Line Pro

  • Interior and exterior
  • In combination with DIN lock cases
  • To meet very high security demands in combination with high comfortable key handling
  • Patented locking technique provides legal protection against copying and high technical protection against copying
  • For keyed different and keyed alike cylinders with security card as well as medium sized and smaller key systems

Cylinder Wavy Line pro Schließzylinder Wavy Line Pro

Technology:

  • Cylinder material: brass nickel-plated (finish NI)
  • Key material: nickel silver
  • Standard drill protection without surcharge
  • Symmetrical patented reversible key
  • Combination of waved code line and dimples
  • Coded rib with blocking ball – the blocking ball blocks in case of manipulation attempts
  • Very stability by thicker key cross-section

Variants:

  • Available as double, knob and half cylinder, cam cylinder, circular cylinder for lock cases, padlock and many other cylinder types
  • 6 pins (basic length of 61 mm in total) with 4 additional locking elements in a second row
  • Cylinders can be enlarged in steps of 5 mm on top of the basic length, symmetrically and asymmetrically
  • Finishes: chromium-plated, electropolished brass, antique bronze, mat/gold-plated, polished/gold-plated (for special cylinders on demand)
  • Special features like e.g. emergency feature, salt water resistance (finish CR and special pins), free-wheel cam, pre-snap function and many more

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