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Union 222441 - BS Euro Cylinder Sashlock (79mm)

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Discontinued

7th June 2018

Alternatives:

  • Locked by Key on either side via a cylinder lock (supplied).
  • Latch opened by handle on either side.
  • Suitable for left or right hung doors.
  • Included Euro Cylinder is a 37-37 equal split measuring 74mm overall.
  • 57mm backset from forend.
  • 79mm deep case.
  • 20mm bolt projection.
Ref: UNI-222441-79

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Details

Product Details

A 79mm
B 57mm
C 47mm
D 109mm
E 176mm
F 25mm
Dimensions
Case Depth
79mm
Backset
57mm
Centres
47mm
Case Height
109mm
Forend Length
176mm
Forend Width
25mm
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Lock
Mortice TypeSashcase
Lock MechanismEuro Cylinder
Key Differs40,000
Bolt Projection20mm
LatchboltReversible
Followern/a
Backset (keyhole)57mm
ColourPolished Brass
Features
Insurance Approved*BS3621:2007
HandedLeft, Right
* Insurance approval may vary due to conditions and location. Please check with your underwriter.
In The Box
Lock CaseYes
Strike PlateYes
CylinderYes
Keys3
EscutcheonsYes
Accessories

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Q&A [1]

Questions & Answers (1)

 
Does the escutcheon needs to be installed if using the cylinder lock with a handle that has the cylinder profile integrally?
Ken, Croston
If you have handles that will accept the Euro Cylinder you don't need to use the escutcheons. I would also advise checking that the cylinder included with this lock is the correct size for your door and handles. This cylinder has an overall length of 74mm with an equal 37/37 split. Ideally the cylinder should not protrude from the handles by more than a few mm.
Anthony N, 3 Sep 2014
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