Posted 29 April 2011 - 02:58 PM
I'm copying the TTB specs below for reference and the further amusement of anyone who hasn't seen them yet.
(e) Approved locks.
(1) Approved locks shall be used to secure:
(i) Outdoor tanks containing spirits in the storage account or on an enclosure around such tanks;
(ii) Indoor tanks containing spirits in the storage account or on the door from which access may be gained from the outside to the rooms or buildings in which such tanks are housed; and
(iii) Any doors from which access may be gained from the outside to rooms or buildings containing spirits in portable bulk containers in the storage account.
(2) Approved locks shall meet the following minimum specifications:
(i) Corresponding serial number on the lock and on the key, except for master key locking systems;
(ii) Case hardened shackle at least one-fourth inch in diameter, with heel and toe locking;
(iii) Body width of at least 2 inches
(iv) Captured key feature (key may not be removed while shackle is unlocked);
(v) Tumbler with at least 5 pins; and
(vi) Lock or key contains no bitting data.
Posted 29 April 2011 - 03:25 PM
Posted 29 April 2011 - 03:36 PM
Posted 29 April 2011 - 06:17 PM
I'm going to check with some lock guys and see what they have to say. Does MKNR refer to the "captured key feature?" It seems that the base model specs of the 6850 cover the other ttb requirements.
Steve, did you mean "Medeco's Premium High Security Padlocks" per this page?
Do you have the link to the page on the TTB site that shows this lock? I searched both google and the ttb site for "padlock" and "medeco" but came up blank.
Thanks, guys, and please keep any suggestions coming.
Posted 29 April 2011 - 07:49 PM
Posted 29 April 2011 - 08:08 PM
Posted 29 April 2011 - 08:56 PM
Just make sure the wall on either side of the lock will hold up to a large sawz all to or equivalent.
Posted 24 April 2012 - 01:05 PM
Our facility only has one entry/exit, which is the front door (two if you count the roll-up door to the loading dock).
We can't padlock the door, because it's also the fire exit. The locksmith recommended a storeroom lock that requires a key to get in, but anyone can get out.
What's the usual recourse here? Anyone run into trouble over an "unusual" lock like this?
Posted 19 September 2012 - 12:03 PM
They use the word 'key control' on this page, however on the catalog page, they say key-retaining.
"Battalion™ padlocks are key retaining and have stainless steel bodies to
provide enhanced corrosion resistance."
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