Xinlock's Magnetic-Coded Technology: New Security Options in Burglary Prevention

Xinlock magnetic-coded locks employ magnetic technology to increase security 3-fold. These locks are more resistant to locking-bumping and picking, and allow the lock owner to have more confidence in key control when compared to conventional locks.
 
 
Xinlock Door Knob Lock
Xinlock Door Knob Lock
 
Aug. 6, 2008 - PRLog -- Xinlock has developed a new entry door knob lock for the residential and light-commercial markets. By employing magnetic-coded technology (patent pending) on the basis of pin and tumbler lock mechanics, Xinlock is able to increase the overall security of a conventional lock 3-fold.

Lock-Picking
The embedded magnetic pins in the lock housing are not exposed to the key way, therefore, no lifting force can be applied to move the magnetic pins. Most standard forms of lock picking are therefore preventable.

Lock-Bumping
A growing and possibly more dangerous form of lock picking, lock bumping, transmits kinetic energy from the key to the drive pins, to split the bottom and top pins. The magnetic-coded technology that is employed in the locks require no physical contact points between key and magnetic pins, therefore no kinetic energy is transmitted. Additionally, current Xinlock knob locks are created with double-sided pin shafts which further reduces the effects of bumping.

Key-Control
Due to the magnetic cylinder elements embedded in the keys, there is a high degree of key control. Unlawful key duplications are minimized by limited access to key blanks (locksmiths) and unique magnetic coding in the key that cannot easily be determined by inspecting the target lock.

About Xinlock Company
Xinlock Company is the exclusive distributor and provider of Magnetic-coded lock systems.

Web:
http://www.xinlock.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetic-coded_lock

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Xinlock is a home security company that sells mid-priced door locks, which incorporate, magnetic-coded technology. This technology provides key control, anti-bumping, and anti-picking protection at significant cost benefits to the end user.
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