Lock with striker, 3 keys and stainless steel hook. Faceplate: 225 x 22 x 4 mm. Box casement: 153 x 83 x 14 mm. Square handle: 9 mm (8mm on request). Backset: 60 mm. Note: Items are intended brass chrome plated unless ...
Lock with striking plate and 3 keys. Faceplate: 210 x 25 x 2,5 mm. Box casement: 156 x 76 x 16 mm. Square handle: 9 mm (8 mm on request). Provided with treble latch bolt. Standard backset: 50 mm (60-70 ...
Mortise lock with stricker and hole for security cylinder. Backset: 50 mm (60 – 70 mm on request ). Faceplate: 212 x 18 x 2 mm. Box casement: 163 x 75 x 13 mm. Square handle: 9 mm (8 mm on request). Provided with treble ...
Antirattle mortise lock complete with flat striking plate. Diecast brass with stainless steel springs. Front plate 17 x 182 mm Thickness 11 mm
Lock case 5016 has a choice of 2 backsets, i.e. 25 or 35 mm.It has an antifriction latch bolt and dead bolt and is suitable for wood, steel or aluminium doors.
Offshore is a mortise mount lock suitable for swing doors between 18-37 mm. Available with privacy knob or key locking. Striker ordered separately. Also available in aluminum. See related products for ...
Description The BL2615 is our marine series lock with a lateral rim fixed deadbolt and keypad designed for horizontal mounting. This lock comes in our strong MGPro finish which has been salt spray ...
Materialbrass Finishchrome polished Glass thickness8 / 10 mm Sales unit (SU)unit Shapesquare Measures70 x 100 mm Glass workGlass drill hole : Ø0 mm
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How to choose this product
Door locks for ships allow to open, close and lock doors. The lock can function operate via a digicode, magnetic cards, fingerprint recognition, etc. On NauticExpo, door locks for ships are for trade vessels, not leisure crafts.
All models presented on NauticExpo are specially designed for use at sea. They can be used aboard passenger ships (ocean liners, ferries, etc.), yachts, or commercial vessels (cabins, vaults, etc.).
Door locks for ships are made of sea-water resistant materials: stainless steel, aluminum, etc.
They can be unlocked with keys, or with more complex electronic systems (smart card, code, fingerprint).
RFIS systems (Radio Frequency Identification) allow to radio-identify the user, and require no card.
How to choose
Design will be important aboard yachts and passenger ships.
Consider the required degree of protection (keys are easier to copy than fingerprints...).
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