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KARCHER EPD pocket door bathroom locks

January 8, 2015 by · Comments Off on KARCHER EPD pocket door bathroom locks 

KARCHER EPD Pocket bathroom lock
The KARCHER DESIGN EPD pocket door bathroom locks are suitable for sliding doors of 35mm to 44mm thick, which makes them more versatile than other on the market which can only be used on a 44mm+ thick door. It comes complete with an end finger pull, to pull the door out of the pocket, and two flush pulls which have the turn and emergency release integrated into their design. Available in satin stainless steel, polished stainless steel and polished brass finishes.

The ERA Fortress 5 lever British Standard High Security Mortice Lock satisfies police

June 26, 2014 by · Comments Off on The ERA Fortress 5 lever British Standard High Security Mortice Lock satisfies police 

ERA Fortress 5 lever British Standard High Security Mortice Lock
The ERA Fortress 5 lever British Standard High Security Mortice Lock to BS3621:2007 meets the exacting requirements of insurance companies and the police. The high security levels are delivered by a 20mm bolt throw on every lock, and both the Sashlock and Deadlock have hardened steel plates to resist drilling, and two hardened steel plates in the deadbolt resist attack by hacksaw. The keys have 1,000 variations for extra high security. All steel levers have false notching to resist lock picking. The Fortress deadlock case is also supplied with two key escutcheons in a matching finish.

NEW – Pocket door bathroom lock set

May 6, 2014 by · Comments Off on NEW – Pocket door bathroom lock set 

JV825 Pocket door bathroom
Now in stock, the new JV825 pocket door bathroom lock is ideal for a sliding pocket door (40mm to 44mm thick). Because it has a flush thumbturn it allows the door to retract fully into your pocket door cavity, maximising your clear opening space.  It comes complete with a circular end finger pull, to pull the door out of the pocket, and two circular flush pulls which have the turn and emergency release integated into their design. The flush pulls are to be glued or bonded into the door with knurled fixing surfaces.

Q: Keeping a mortice deadlock on a fire exit door fitted with panic hardware?

May 1, 2011 by · Comments Off on Q: Keeping a mortice deadlock on a fire exit door fitted with panic hardware? 

I wish to keep a mortice deadlock for added overnight security, is this possible?
A: You would need to pass this with your local fire officer who will decide based on the usage of the building.

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