A mortise lever lock with a latch

Advantages

  • Protection against the most common effraction methods
    — Patented hub protects against self-impression effraction
    — Protection against drilling out – a hardened shank stick
    — Protection against drilling out – an outer armor plate
    — Protection against effraction – when the lock crossbars are completely extended, 30% of their length is in the lock case, reinforced catch construction
    — Protection against lock picking - false slots at the front and levers, the increased stiffness of the spring levers
    — Protection against the quality-of-life crime – the lack of the lower wall of the lock case
    — Protection against the special tool for breaking the locking device of the lock to move the crossbar to the opening position – a loosened tooth of the shank stick
  • Holes for fixing door handles clamping screws
  • Versatility, the latch can be turned over without lock dismantling
  • Additional options
    — Elongated keys
    — Spare keys
  • 5 years warranty

Description

The lock is designed for installation in armoured doors, cabinets, and safe boxes (suitable for both right and left doors opening).

A latch turnover is made without lock dismantling.

The lock is installed with handles on the plank, optional detached accessories.

Certificates and patents

Patent No. 100538

Patent No. 100538

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Patent No. 102224

Patent No. 102224

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Certificate of conformance

Certificate of conformance

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Specifications

Type of Mechanism Lever
Type of Installation Mortise
Rating (National Standard - GOST 5089-2011) 4
Number of Levers 8
Number of Combinations over 1,6 millions
Number of Half-turns 2
Door Leaf Thickness 40-75 mm
Dimensions 138х97,5х26 mm
Weight 1,4 kg
Bolt Overhang 26 mm
Crossbar Diameter 15,8 mm
Backset 65 mm
Center-to-center distance 77 mm
Number of Keys 4 pcs
Number in a Package 15 pcs

See also