Outside view. Standard cylinder with core shown.
Inside view. Standard recessed thumb turn shown.
Shown here is the standard recessed thumb turn in the swing door lock. This is how it looks mounted in the door's "lock plate" - the square portion that frames the lock and holds in the door leaf.
This is a view of the slide door lock in a door. It is shown with the standard keyed cylinder that comes standard with our locks. Notice the difference between the "tongue" (or latch) of the slide door versus the swing door lock.
This cylinder comes without a "core" (the center part into which the key goes in and turns) so your customer can put their own core and key system. Also pictured here are the expandable, spring-loaded color for the cylinder and the black plastic construction temporary key.
This accessory replaces the recessed thumb turn that comes standard with mortise locks.
This acessory takes the place of the keyed lock cylinder so rather than using a key to open your door, you just turn the knob. This accessory is convenient to have but removes the security from the lock's function.
This accessory, as shown here, replaces the cylinder lock. It goes on the outside of the cage door and removes any lockability of the door.
This knob accessory goes on the inside of the cage door and replaces the standard recessed thumb turn.