Master Locksmithing: An Expert's Guide to Master Keying, Intruder Alarms, Access Control Systems, High-Security Locks... / Edition 1

Master Locksmithing: An Expert's Guide to Master Keying, Intruder Alarms, Access Control Systems, High-Security Locks... / Edition 1

by Bill Phillips
     
 

ISBN-10: 0071487514

ISBN-13: 9780071487511

Pub. Date: 08/27/2007

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

Boost Your Career Potential with Today's Most Complete Guide to Advanced Locksmithing Skills, Techniques, and Systems!

Turn to Master Locksmithing for clear, nontechnical guidance on the full range of advanced locksmithing skills, techniques, and systems.

Written by the renowned locksmithing author Bill Phillips, this career-building resource

Overview

Boost Your Career Potential with Today's Most Complete Guide to Advanced Locksmithing Skills, Techniques, and Systems!

Turn to Master Locksmithing for clear, nontechnical guidance on the full range of advanced locksmithing skills, techniques, and systems.

Written by the renowned locksmithing author Bill Phillips, this career-building resource provides hard-to-find material on such important topics as masterkeying, intruder alarms, access-control systems, cutting-edge automobile locks, high-security locks, and safe drilling. Packed with at-a-glance information and 120 detailed illustrations, Master Locksmithing features:

  • Expert accounts of all the skills required to become a master locksmith
  • A sample Registered Professional Locksmith Test
  • Listings of locksmithing suppliers, distributors, and monitoring stations
  • Depth and space charts

Get Everything You Need to Become a Master Locksmith


• Review of Lock Basics • Nonlocking Door Hardware • Rekeying Locks • Reading Wafer Locks • Lock Impressioning • Basics of Lock Picking • Picking High-Security Locks • Automotive Locks and Keys • Safe Basics • Safe Drilling • Masterkeying • Electricity Basics for Locksmiths • Tools for Working with Electricity • Electric Strikes • Electromagnetic Locks • Emergency Exit Devices • Closed-Circuit Television Systems • Intruder Alarms • Access Control Basics • Door Closers • Securing an Office • Door Lock Installation • Automobile Locks • Getting Licensed as a Locksmith • Hiring Locksmiths • Making Your Locksmithing Business More Profitable

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071487511
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
08/27/2007
Edition description:
List
Pages:
416
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.81(d)

Table of Contents

Foreword

Introduction

Chapter 1: Basic Types of Locks and Keys: A Refresher

Chapter 2: Picking Pin Tumbler Locks

Chapter 3: Bumping Keys

Chapter 4: Impressioning Locks

Chapter 5: High-Security Locks

Chapter 6: Rekeying Kwikset Locks

Chapter 7: Nonlocking Door Hardware

Chapter 8: Electricity and Electronics Basics

Chapter 9: Emergency Exit Devices

Chapter 10: Electric Strikes

Chapter 11: Intruder Alarms

Chapter 12: Electromagnetic Locks

Chapter 13: Closed-Circuit Television Systems

Chapter 14: Access Control Systems

Chapter 15: Automobile Locks

Chapter 16: Masterkeying

Chapter 17: Safe Basics: Buying and Selling

Chapter 18: Drilling and Manipulating Safes

Chapter 19: Working as a Locksmith

Chapter 20: The Safe and Secure Home

Chapter 21: Security Consulting

Appendix A: BHMA Finish Codes

Appendix B: Standard Cylinders
Appendix C: Locksmithing Supply Houses/Distributors

Appendix D: Electronic Schematics

Appendix E: Central Monitoring Stations

Appendix F: Registered Professional Locksmith Test

Appendix G: International Association of Home Safety and Security Professionals, Inc. Membership Application

Glossary

Index

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