Mortice deadlocks are commonly fitted to wooden doors and be locked from both the inside and outside with the right key. The lock itself is fitted within the door unlock other locks which sit on the surface. Mortice deadlocks are ideal for fitting to front or back doors, especially with the 5 level technology which requires the key to turn 5 levers (rather than 3) which gives the lock a High Security rating.
The mechanism for the lock is relatively large so the door in question will require enough thickness to accommodate the lock. When the correct key is inserted, the levers align and the mechanism will rotate which in turn extends the bolt. If an incorrect key is used, it might not even fit into the lock or it won’t trigger the levers correctly and not withdraw the bolt.
Being a mortice lock, it only has a keyhole and a bolt that goes back and forth, therefore you will always require a key to open the door. Mortice locks are commonly used in doors due to their security and reliability. Yale have been producing these locks for years and are a popular choice in the UK.
The lock is supplied with 2 keys and comes with a 2 year guarantee.
Mortice locks not only come in two different styles, but also in different security strengths. This mortice deadlock is rated high security meaning it has a two year gurarantee. The 5 lever mortice lock contains 5 levers which the key turns to open the lock.
Customise your door with multiple finishes and colours. This lock is deal for use on an external wooden door when used with a door handle.
5 levers means the lock granted a high security status. The five levers are moved into position when a key is inserted and then turned into the lock. The dealock will require two door handles.
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