We offer the widest selection of switchlocks that service the needs of the elevator industry allowing you to get exactly the right lock for each job.
Our wide range of cam locks can be keyed to the specific code requirements of your jurisdiction and will have the finish, length, positions and keypulls that you need.
Wide variety of styles and configurations to meet your specific elevator job requirements
Northeast Lock’s elevator locks and keys are designed specifically for applications in the elevator industry. We have locks and keys for all of the major elevator functions to all of the specifications required by code. Northeast Lock is the leading provider of locks to the elevator industry. We have the widest selection of parts and key codes available from any supplier. Our elevator locks are made from high-quality materials that stand up to years of use. Our customer service representatives have a deep understanding of the elevator lock requirements. If you need a lock or key for an elevator, give us a call and we will get you exactly what you need and fast.
Elevator Locks are generally made up of switchlocks, cabinet locks, and cam locks. They are used for various functions within an elevator system.
Switchlocks are sometimes referred to keyswitches. The terms are interchangeable. Many switchlocks require a specific number of positions and a specific number of key pulls. We have single pole, double pole, triple pole and more switches depending on your needs. We also have different finishes so that you can match your chrome, satin chrome, or brass elevator panel.
We provide the widest choice of elevator switch locks that can be used for various jobs in the elevator industry, so we can ensure that you get the proper safety for the job at hand.
As well as being keyed to meet your jurisdiction’s codes, we manufacture a wide range of cam locks customized to match the finish, length, position, and key pull you require.
Our elevator locks are available in many styles and configurations to meet your specific elevator needs. These are mostly used in fire service panels that require that the cabinet be self closing. These locks are sometimes referred to as slam locks as a result. For fire service, elevators require that you have a Phase 1, Phase 2 and Cabinet lock all keyed to the same number. We have both stud mounted and screw mounted spring bolt cabinet locks for use in the elevator industry. We provide cabinet locks to all of the major fire service key codes.
An elevator key controls various elevator devices and functions. A key used in an elevator can also activate the unique service modes, some of which are used in emergencies and firefighting.
You can also use elevator keys to restrict the use of elevators or access to some or all floors.
Popular Elevator keys are either defined specifically by code or are picked by large Original Equipment Manufacturer’s (OEMs) or elevator maintenance or fixture companies.
We offer different brand replacement elevator keys manufactured for your needs, such as Northeast Lock replacement keys, Illinois Lock Company Replacement Keys, Medeco Replacement Keys, Yale Replacement Keys or even other replacement keys, including CompX, Ace-Style, Tubular, Chicago & Fort.
FEOK1 or FEO-K1 (abbreviation for Fire Emergency Operation Key -1: Used nationally
Yale 3502: Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Maine
Yale 2642: New York City
Yale 255: White Plains
WD01: Rhode Island
SC1000: South Carolina
FFSK1: Zone 1 Florida
FFSK2: Zone 2 Florida
FFSK3: Zone 3 Florida
FFSK4: Zone 4 Florida
FFSK5: Zone 5 Florida
FFSK6: Zone 6 Florida
FFSK7: Zone 7 Florida
SI2: Indiana Fire Box Key
Otis: UTA, UTB, UTC, UTD, UTF, UTH, UTG
TKE: L201, L202, L203, L204, L205, L206
KONE: KONE1, KONE2, MK01, MK04
Schindler: 501CH, H200, H301, OC01, OC04
EPCO: EPCO1, EPCO2, EPCO11
MAD: X4001, X4002, X4003, X4004, X4005
Monitor: J200, J201, J217, J220, J222
Innovation: EX511, EX512, EX513, EX514, EX515
PTL: PT01, PT04, PT14, PTFS
Dover: H1846, H1848, H2007, H2011, H2252
Adams: AE102, GG101, MM101
CJ Anderson: M700, M701, M702
GAL: R63C FS, R63C LF, R63C INS, R63C MK, R63CA, G1601P, G1617P
Modern elevators have switchlocks so emergency services or law enforcement can use them in an emergency and for authorized technicians to work on the elevator. Here is the specific function of an elevator lock and key:
Some of the most popular functions that are used in elevators include:
The keys aren’t universal, but each manufacturer usually has their own standard key for each function.
Northeast Lock provides the largest selection of locks for various elevator applications.
When you need elevator locks that adhere to national and state regulations, we’re the ones to call. The following standards are met by our comprehensive OEM and retrofit solutions:
Please remember we aren’t locksmiths. But we are your provider for any locks and keys your elevator might need. There is more to our business than just pulling a product off the shelf and shipping it. It is our responsibility to provide locks according to our customer’s specifications.
Although elevator locks and keys have been around for many years, they are still susceptible to theft and vandalism. If you are maintaining or repairing an elevator lock system, it is essential to know the latest locks and keys. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services or to schedule a consultation.
We look forward to helping you keep your property safe and secure!
In order to qualify for a controlled key purchase, please start by filling out the required form (PDF). Once completed, fax to us 1-800-524-2576, and we will contact you to complete the order.
Northeast Lock is your source for compliant elevator locks that meet all State and Federal Elevator codes. Our complete OEM and retrofit solutions are fully compliant with:
The following list of FAQs regarding VA 2009 State Fire Prevention Code was provided to us from Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office (Standardized-Fire-Service-Elevator-Key FAQs) pdf