DC1: The high-security,
restricted key system
- Patented bump-resistant feature
- Pick-resistant key broach
- Design registered keyway
- Multi-level, multi-broach system
To buy DC1, contact
your local locksmith.
Alternatively fill out the form below or call 1300 308 745 in Australia or 09 3684802 in NZ for the location of your closest locksmith.
It’s a simple break-and-enter technique. It’s quiet,
fast and almost unnoticeable. And it’s on the rise.
Tutorials on how to do lock bumping are readily
available on the internet.
Worst of all, many standard locks — especially newer ones — are especially vulnerable to this technique.
DC1 is a patented, high-security suite of lock cylinders proven in the lab to be highly resistant to lock bumping.
Designed in collaboration with the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA), it replaces your existing lock (or locks) to protect yourself and your assets against this type of attack.
Now this easy retrofit cylinder designed by Australia’s master locksmiths will securely protect yourself and your assets.
A unique, patented bump-resistant system plus a pick-resistant key broach keeps wannabe-thieves at bay.
DC1 offers cylinder housings to suit all major commercial and residential lock types, from mortice locks to leversets and deadlatches.
The key design is protected by Australian and New Zealand law: only the designated master locksmiths may reproduce it, and only authorised users may request copies. You can even designate that multiple signatories are needed for new keys.
DC1 components are designed in Australia to the highest standards and manufactured by lock-manufacturing experts with many years of experience.
DC1 is also scalable for large organisations that operate multiple offices or factories.
Locks can be keyed to support multi-level access and restrict the access of certain staff members and contractors to just one section of your assets.
You might think that your insurance will cover any loss.
Problem is that bumping is such a ‘clean’ way to steal that very little sign of intrusion may be is left behind. Since it’s then just your word, your insurer may not pay out.