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1st April 2020 Issue no. 501
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Lock it with Lockey: the new digital lock range available at Tradelocks
Get high tech digital locks now from Tradelocks. The new Lockey range includes a variety of mortice latch locks, including products with levers or knobs depending on preference; a mortice deadbolt lock and a hook bolt lock for sliding doors.
The Lockey Mortice Latch Free Passage Lever Lock, in satin chrome and available with either left hand opening or right hand opening has been designed for heavy duty use with durability and performance in mind. It includes lever handles on the side of the keypad and an adjustable latch bolt with an anti-thrust pin 60/70mm (12mm throw). The handles have a slipping clutch to prevent any damage when being forced.
The Lockey 2200 Surface Rim Digital Lock has a mounted internal sliding bar (57mm throw) to ensure utmost security. It has a standard keypad of 14 buttons and can be installed as close to the edge of the door as necessary, as can the 2210 deadbolt lock. This digital lock has a stainless steel core shaft and just like the 2200 needs a manual throwback to re-lock it.
Tradelocks stock 3 mortice latch locks; the 2430, the 2435 mortice latch with hold back and the 2835 lever handle with hold back-free passage.
The 2500 Hook Bolt Lock for sliding doors has been designed for use on wooden, aluminium and uPVC doors. It has a surface mounted hook bolt for patio doors and light industrial sliding doors.
Each of the high end locks can be used both internally and externally. They come with teflon coated parts to improve operation by delaying any natural wear and tear. They also come with over 7000 code groups and offer an easy code change. This reduces code change errors that frequently occur with other locks. All products come in satin chrome.
For more information go to www.tradelocks.co.uk
18th January 2017