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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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
I am unsure which lockcase to purchase for my door handles I am looking order door handles for my new doors, S103 mitred lever BSS/PSS and matching bathroom lock set but could you please let me know which lockcase I need?
You can order the “S103 bathroom set, Duel” (which includes the door handles, bathroom indicator set & bathroom lock case), just select 44mm (or 57mm) for the backset dimension – the usual for domestic doors is 44mm, and as they’re … Continue reading
Door hardware for a sliding pocket door to a disabled wc which would comply with Doc M/disability guidelines?
The problem with most large/projecting disability handles is that they won’t suit pocket doors without severely restricting closure of door and hence clear opening size. We don’t have space to make the door wider to compensate. Is there anything suitable? … Continue reading
I work for a housing association and I am trying to source a privacy lock for an internal, wooden bi-fold bathroom door. What can you suggest?
We supply a mortice bathroom lock for a sliding /folding door which is used in conjunction with a normal bathroom indicator & thumbturn. It works by splaying out the latch bolt behind the keep. You can buy them both on … Continue reading