Entrance hardware requiring industry standard passage tubular latches and tubular
dead bolts with a 2-3/8” backset and a 2-1/8” round stile face bore are available in the
"Rosette Sets" selection.
Single point, or 1-point locking mortise mechanisms come standard with a 50mm
(2") backset, but are also available in the following backsets: 25mm (1”); 40mm (1-
9/16”); 45mm (1-3/4”), 60mm (2-3/8”), 70mm (2-3/4”) and 80mm (3-5/32”). Turning
the lever or knob activates the latch. Turning the cylinder thumb turn engages the
The stainless steel 3 point locking entrance mortise mechanism (#7003 available
with roller cams or without roller cams) & its 2 point companion for inactive door
applications (#7002) are offered with a 45mm backset only. Lifting the lever engages
all locking points. Turning the thumb turn cylinder locks these into place. To unlock,
turn back the thumb turn cylinder and push the lever down. All locking points will
The 5 point locking entrance mortise mechanism (#1089) & its 2 point companion
for inactive door applications (#1092) are offered with a 50mm (2”) or 60mm (2-3/8”)
backset. A solid brass mechanism face-plate is visible down the entire edge of the
door. This face-plate is available in different finishes also. To lock, rotate the thumb
turn cylinder. The geared mechanism simultaneously will engage all 5 locking points
with ease. To unlock, rotate the thumb turn cylinder back and all 5 locking points will
Passage sets can be opened from either side of the door and are available with
standard tubular latches that have 2-3/8” backsets or...
Mortise mechanism passage latches are also available with the following
backsets: 40mm (1-9/16”), 45mm (1-3/4”), 50mm (2”), 60mm (2-3/8”), 70mm (2-3/4”)
and 80mm (3-5/32”). Turning the lever or knob opens the door.
Privacy door hardware
Privacy sets are available with standard privacy tubular latches that have a 2-3/8” backset.
Turning the lever or knob operates the latch. A button can be pressed from the inside of the
room for privacy. This button can be depressed from outside of the room through a port for
A mortise mechanism with privacy bolt in is available in the following backsets: 40mm
(1-9/16”), 45mm (1-3/4”), 50mm (2”), 60mm (2-3/8”), 70mm (2-3/4”), 80mm (3-5/32”).
Turning the lever or knob operates the latch. The thumb turn cylinder with an emergency
release operates the privacy bolt.
knob disengages the hook allowing the door to be rolled open. The door is locked with a
thumb turn cylinder.
The #559 single point mortise mechanism has a 50mm (2”) backset. This mechanism
Malibu hardware.) In the unlocked position, the mechanism will unlatch itself from the strike
when the door is pulled upon. This mechanism is locked with a thumb turn cylinder.
The Balcony, Embassy and Lanai sets are offered with the #3-90 or #3-45 single point
locking mechanism that is standard on many sliding doors. These sets will fit vinyl, aluminum
or wood doors with the standard 3-15/16" mounting holes with the thumb turn offset 3/4" from
the center of these 2 mounting holes. Rotating the thumb turn 1/4 turn locks the door.
The sliding 3 point locking mortise mechanism #6134 has a 50mm (2”) backset. Lifting
the lever to the vertical position, disengages the 3 locking points whereupon the handle can
be used as a door pull. When the lever is returned to the horizontal position, all 3 locking
points are engaged and the unit can be locked with a thumb turn cylinder. The mechanism
face-plate is available in different finishes.
Sliding door rollers, track, flush pulls, screen locks and foot locks are all available. Please
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|2 Point Inactive/Swing:
Engages at top and
bottom shoot bolts.
Primarily used with
double door units.
Dummy hardware is distinctively different and not to be confused with "inactive" hardware.
Dummy hardware is surface mounted. Levers do not operate, but instead are held in place
by a washer that keeps the spindle from turning. Commonly used on non-active side of
sliding double door units that meet in the middle.
Inactive 2-point hardware is operated by the lever which disengages shoot bolts located at
the top and bottom of the door much like a cremone bolt. Inactive 2-point hardware is
primarily used in conjunction with 3 or 5 point entrance, double door applications.
|1 Point Slider:
Locks in 1 place.
|Levers do not operate.
Used on inactive
double door units.