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Restricted systems to secure your home!

Why choose a MLAA Product over a lock from a hardware shop?

From servicing your existing security appliances, fitting new locks and keys to planning and installing state of the art smart electronic security systems, in residential or commercial environments, the over 700 Master Locksmiths in Australia and New Zealand got you covered.

The Master Locksmiths Association provides its members with the latest in restricted keying systems, from mechanical keys and locks to world leading electronic master key systems.

These systems are protected by patents and design registration, providing you, the customer with a variety of options when securing your home, office or building.


Talk to your local locksmith about our restricted key systems.



Your home or business is likely vulnerable to lock bumping break-ins. Retrofit your locks with DC1 and stop the thieves in their tracks.

Popular standard locks are vulnerable to lock bumping. Lock bumping is a simple, fast and quiet break and enter technique that is now the first choice of many thieves. Foiling them is as simple as installing or retrofitting your locks with the DC1.

The DC1 is a patented, high-security suite of lock cylinders lab proven to be highly resistant to lock bumping.

DC1 can replace your existing lock (or locks) to more securely protect you and your assets.

Four reasons the DC1 lock is the smart security choice

DC1 Lock - High Security  High Security – a unique, patented bump resistant system plus a pick-resistant key broach keeping wannabe thieves at bay DC1 Lock - Unmatched Flexibility  Unmatched flexibility – DC offers cylinders to suit all major commercial and residential lock types from mortice locks to leversets and deadlatches
 DC1 Lock - Superior Quality Superior Quality – DC1 components are designed in Australia to the highest standards  DC1 Lock - Restricted System Restricted System – The key is protected by Australian & New Zealand law. Designated master locksmiths can reproduce it & authorised users may only request copies.

For further information, please visit or contact the Master Locksmiths on (03) 9338 8822 to find your nearest authorised DC1 dealer.

 DC-1 Brochure (PDF - 1MB)



LSGP Key System

Secure, Protected, Affordable

The LSGP keyway is a restricted, six pin in-line system and is 100% designed and manufactured in Australia.

The LS series has been developed to be installed as a new restricted security system or to replace an existing system. In many instances locks can retained with a combination of LS Series cylinders being incorporated to work with the locks that are already in place.

Design registration provides protection until September 2019, and importantly there is a full range of restricted plugs available to suit just about every application.

LSGP is distributed under licence to a select group of Master Locksmiths who meet the MLA's high standards of workmanship and professionalism.

Combined with the MLA’s Code of Ethics, consumers are guaranteed protection from unauthorised duplication.

The restricted nature of the system means that the locksmith holding the system may only cut or copy keys and only with the clients written authorisation.

If you require any further information, please call the MLA to find your nearest LS Series distributor.

 LSGP Brochure (PDF - 1.5MB)



 BP Key System

Protect what is important to you with Binary Plus

Binary Plus is a unique patented locking system which gives you that extra level of security to protect you, your family, your home and your business.

100% designed and manufactured in Australia, Binary Plus is distributed under licence to a select group of Master Locksmiths who meet the MLA's high standards of workmanship and professionalism. They are the only locksmiths authorised to supply Binary Plus products and duplicate your keys.

Using an in-line six-pin cylinder with a unique system of side springs and traps, provides you with extra security and to prevent manipulation.

The Binary Plus key is made of thicker material than normal and has a distinctive head design with the licensees identification stamped thereon. This provides added security against unauthorised duplication.

Please download the brochure below or contact the MLA for you nearest BP dealer.

BP Series Brochure (PDF - 1MB)


NZ Series Key System

New Zealand’s very own high security restricted profile.

NZ Series Key System

The newest restricted security key system is the NZ Series.

The NZ Series will provide your customers with the latest security features in mechanical restricted keying.

With Anti-bump, anti-pick and anti-drill optional features, this flexible multi-broach system can be implemented in any domestic or commercial setting.

There is an extensive range of barrels available to suit almost every application making retro-fitting your current security systems with the new NZ series easy. Unlike many other restricted profiles, there is both a master profile key blank and a master profile barrel.

Further information is available from the NZ Series website, download our NZ Series Brochure or contact Steve Karmawan at Levco on 04 473-3025.

NZ Series Brochure (PDF 320KB)


Master Locksmith Access Key

The Master Locksmiths Access Key (MLAK) is an innovative system that enables people with disabilities to gain 24/7 access to a network of public facilities.

The MLAK system has been fitted to elevators at railway stations, accessible toilets in Council municipalities and National Parks and in adaptive playground equipment (Liberty Swing) across Australia.

People with a disability are able to purchase an MLAK master key from their local Master Locksmith member which will open all toilets, playgrounds and other facilities which are fitted with this specially designed lock.

Please note – it is the local Council’s or Municipalities decision to implement the system into its facilities. They will also determine whether these facilities are locked or unlocked during business hours for public access.

More information is available on our MLAK page.