Standard Key Lock

Key Lock

The key cam lock is the staple lock in many locker rooms. It is supplied with 2 user keys per door and an optional master key for administrative access. The key lock is keyed so that each door is uniquely numbered, however they can be supplied as keyed alike.

Key Cam Lock Features

  • Australian Made
  • Single point cam
  • Flush fit
  • Supplied with 2 keys per lock
  • Keyed uniquely per order
  • Master key accessible (master key sold separately)
  • 1600 keyways


  • Keyed alike
  • Removal of master key accessibility
  • De-etching (removes number markings for anonymous lock to key relationship)
  • Barrel removal upgrade

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I pick the best lock for my project?

With such a large range of locks available, it can be challenging to pick the best type of lock. We suggest you consider how many users you intend to support, how much maintenance you are prepared to do vs your initial budget, your security requirements and what user experience you would like to provide. To help you answer these questions, please contact us today!

What if my users lose their locker keys?

Our key locks are supplied with 2 keys. One for them and one for you as a backup. The key-ways are all numbered, so if you lose a key you can reach out to us and we can organise replacement keys quite easily as the key locks, like our lockers, are manufactured in Australia.

Can I change my mind or upgrade the lock later on?

Some locks can be easily retrofitted into the industry standard lock hole in our locker doors. However, many more cannot, particularly many digital and combination locks. If you think you may want to upgrade your locks in future, talk to us! We can advise on which lock options you can select from and walk you through the projected costs of upgrading at a later stage.

What is the difference between single user and shared user modes in locks?

Single User Mode, also known as dedicated or long term access locks, are locks that are best suited to one user over a long period of time. The lock may use a key or code, but is only accessible by one person who has that key or code.

Shared User Mode, or Public Access Mode, is the opposite. It is a lock that is suitable for short term use, such as in gyms, hotel safes or end of trip facilities.

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