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What is a utility and control-cabinet key used for?

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Utility and control or service cabinet keys are used for multiple purposes Utility and control cabinet keys are designed to work across a range of products, fitting locks made by different manufacturers and valves of a wide variety of components across industries.
Wonkee Donkee says 'Some keys are called 'master' or 'universal' keys but beware: although they are multi-functional, they won’t fit every lock and valve, despite their name.'
A standard lock, handle and key is often not used on utility cupboards A lot of services or facilities products do not have a standard lock, key and handle like a door in a house might have.
A utility and service or control cabinet key and cupboard lock Instead they have a block shaped lock (often a cube or triangular prism) that is opened by a bladeless key.
Radiator bleed key on hub of utility and control or service cabinet key. Depending on the shapes of head a utility and control-cabinet key has, its jobs can include bleeding unwanted air from radiators…
Utility and control or service cabinet key unlocking an electronics cabinet to access a control panel. …unlocking service cabinets to access the control panels of, for example, air conditioning systems or switchboards…
Bin with a lock in it that can be opened by a utility and control or service cabinet key. …unlocking rubbish bins and other public facilities…
Using a utility and service or control cabinet key to regulate tap flow. …and regulating the flow of water through a tap which doesn’t have a handle.