bolt out, (photo 5). Shown in its
US26D finish, the T37 uses the
same National D4291 4-pin keyway as the original National Lock
model C8137 lock. An optional
longer bolt is also available to retrofit some existing applications.
A top view of the lock shows the
slide cover that retains the tumblers and springs. The patented retainer staple both retains the plug
and obstructs the slide cover from
sliding off, (photo 6). A bottom
view shows the ends of the staple
through two access holes, (photo
7). You can use a narrow tool to
push up the staple far enough to
create clearance for the slide cover,
(photo 8). With the staple lifted,
A trim collar and number ring
are also available for the Olym-
pus T37 lock, (photo 10). The
number ring, to the right, can
be used to stamp the lock code
without needing to permanently
stamp the lock body surface. If
the lock is rekeyed and a new
code applies, the ring can either
be re-stamped or a new ring can
be used and stamped.
Beside the T37, Olympus
makes a wide variety of easily
rekeyable pin tumbler cabinet
locks and interchangeable core
(IC) cabinet lock bodies.
For more information, con-
tact: Olympus Lock, Inc., 18424
Highway 99, Lynnwood, WA
98037. Phone: 206/362-3290.
Toll-free: 800/525-0954. Fax:
206/362-3569. Find them online
7. The ends of the staple.
8. Push the staple far enough to
9. The slide cover moved to
expose the pin chambers.
10. A trim collar and number ring.