Last updated on July 11th, 2022 by Myla Pablo
Combination Cable Lock are one the highly used lock in construction to safely protect and secure important equipment such as power tools, consumables and even the storage area. it is a sort of locking mechanism that must be unlocked using a series of symbols, typically numerals.
A collection of numerous revolving discs with inscribed symbols that directly interact with the locking mechanism, a single rotating dial that rotates and interacts with several discs or cams, or an electronic or mechanical keypad can all be used to enter the sequence. From low-cost three-digit luggage locks to high-security safes, there are several types. Combination locks don’t require keys, in contrast to regular padlocks.
Combination Cable Lock are consumables that are mostly unlocks thru a set of number code or password.
An intrinsic component of the combination lock itself is a relock trigger, sometimes known as an internal relocker. Typically, it is made to turn on when the dial spindle is punched.
The trigger, which contacts the bolt when the back cover is pulled away from the lock case, may be a spring-loaded lever or plunger. Some combination locks have a thermal relock trigger as well, which engages in the event of a torch attack. Relock triggers are present in almost all safes created after World War II.
The table below shows the latest retail Feb 2022 prices of Combination Cable Lock in Philippines Peso price per pieces including its size and model.
Price and Specification of Combination Cable Lock per pc in the Philippines
|8300d||6 ft x 2 in||1500.00|
|8154dpf||6 ft x 2 in||1450.00|
|8143d||4 ft x 5/16 in||800.00|
|78dpf||6 ft x 3/8 in||1300.00|
UPDATED: Construction Material Prices for Combination Cable Lock in the Philippines (Feb 2022)
UPDATED: All Construction Prices are based on retail prices around hardware in Metro Manila
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