Certified on X-10
The Flying Locksmiths are proud to service/install/troubleshoot the X-10 High Security Combination Lock. The Kaba Mas X-10 is an incredible locking product, manufactured in Lexington, Kentucky by Kaba Mas. With over a million X-10’s sold, Kaba Mas has fortified itself as the “brand name” when it comes to U.S Government combination and have continually proven the locks quality, durability and reliability. As Physical Security Specialists, the Flying Locksmiths undergo specific training to certify themselves to be able to assist with anything X-10 related.
Due to the latest revision of the FF-L-2740, the X-10 was developed. This revision is the U.S. Government’s highest security standard for combination locks used to protect Classified and National Security Information and it now specifies some very specific requirements, which the X-10 satisfies. Requirement #1 states the lock is to be self-powered and the X-10 does exactly that. Power is generated to the unit, when the dial is being turned, meaning in a power failure, this combination lock will still operate the door! For that reason, the X-10 is approved for use on all GSA Approved Security Containers and Vault Doors and TFL is approved to service them.
Another great feature is the new backlit display. Unlike the previous versions (like the X-08 or X-09) the X-10 is equipped with a built in LCD. By simply turning the dial, the screen will light up and allow you to see much easier when dialing in the combination. An ulterior light source is no longer needed and that can be highly important in an emergency. The backlit display was approved by the General Services Administration (GSA).
National Stock Numbers
National Stock Numbers (NSN)
The X-10 can be ordered directly from the Government through either the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) or from the General Services Administration (GSA). Each agency has its own NSN – as follows:
DLA NSN: 5340-01-625-9851
GSA NSN: 5340-01-613-2078
Or, if you prefer – The Flying Locksmiths can source the product for you as well. Contact us below!
While most locksmiths are not necessarily equipped to handle intricate safe openings, many of our TFL locations are! Our teams utilize an internal network, to share photos, drill points, safe opening techniques and many other pieces of valuable safe information – to make opening safes and working on safes easier and more efficient. The ability for a TFL Physical Security Specialist, to call on 200 other safe experts across the country, means our resources are unparalleled and unmatched in our industry. If you have a safe that is giving you trouble, or you want to convert a dial in an electronic combination, we have the knowledge to get it done.