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What are the different types of utility and control-cabinet keys?

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Fixed-head and swivel-headed utility and service or control cabinet keys There are two main types of utility and control-cabinet keys: one with fixed heads and another with swivelling heads.

Fixed-head utility and control-cabinet keys

Standard fixed head utility and control or service key Fixed-head utility and control-cabinet keys are the traditional type of key set.
Standard fixed-head utility and control or service cabinet key They are made of a single piece of solid metal and have one, three or four legs with a different style of head at the end of each.
Head on the hub of a utility and service or control cabinet key  Sometimes they have a head on one or both sides of the hub as well.

Swivel-head utility and control-cabinet keys

Swivel headed utility and service or control cabinet keys have two headed heads Swivel-head utility and control-cabinet keys have a plastic frame which supports two-headed metal pieces that swivel on axes set into the frame.
Swivel headed utility and control or service cabinet keys have two heads to each leg This mechanism makes the tool more compact and versatile as it can have two heads to every leg.
swivel headed utility and control or service key can be adjusted to different angles to allow for awkward turning spaces. The heads can be adjusted to be used at any angle, unlike fixed heads.
Utility and control or service cabinet key voltage detector in the shape of a pen. Swivel-headed utility and control-cabinet keys are not restricted to the ‘spider’ shape with fixed protruding legs and can have a much more convenient design. They can also incorporate non-key functions into the tool: for example, some models include a voltage detector.