Ask the Experts | Ask the Key Wizard | Wesko Lock Key Blank

Question:

A customer came in with a key that is used on a NCR cash register.  NCR said it is a Wesko lock.  What Wesko lock key blank should I use?  It is a double sided key, flat on one side with two straight parallel wards separated by a centered milling.

 

Answer:

Wesko is a lock manufacturing company headquartered in Ontario, Canada. It specializes in locks for office furniture, casinos, cash registers and more. It also has a high security line of locks. Based on your description, it sounds like a Lowe and Fletcher key blank. If it is, it should be an Ilco LF7.

 

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