- The deadbolt is locked or unlocked by the key from either side with the latch bolt (which is easily reversible) withdrawn by lever handle from either side
- In the UK this is commonly 57mm.
- The higher the number of levers the more secure the lock is.
Forend Finish: Electro Brass (Striking Plate Security box type, finished to match forend)
Case Size: 78.5mm x 102mm (3in)
Backset: 57mm This is the measurement from the edge of the door to the centre of the keyhole.
Centre: 57mm This is the measurement from the centre of the follower, which operates the handles, to the centre of the keyhole
- These locks are suitable for 12.5mm full rebated wooden doors.
These locks have a 11mm aluminium deadbolt, a brass reversible latch bolt and the striking plate is finished to match the forend.
Supplied with 2 steel nickel plated keys
Keying 20 standard differs (numbers from M21H to M40H)
A deadlock has a single deadbolt which is locked or unlocked and locked by means of a key from either side, whereas, a sashlock has both a deadbolt and a latch which is operated from either side by a lever handles.
The security level of mortice deadlocks or sashlocks ranges from 2-5 levers
The Union 2242 2 lever rebated mortice sashlocks are ideal for timber doors hinged on the left or right and the keys are suitable for doors up to 54mm thick