Slave-leaf locks are installed where extra-wide leaf doors can’t be used. For normal traffic, only the main section of the door is used, with the slave-leaf unlocked only when a wider aperture is required. However, this presents a weak point in a door’s security and is vulnerable to abuse, which can damage the small leaf.
Because of this, our slave-leaf Rhino locks offers a robust solution.
Rhino bolt PR-6304-RB-RK-LL
Designed for the most extreme environments, the Rhino Bolt’s extended mortice lock bolt secures the slave-leaf to the door frame. It also lowers the keyway and brings it within reach. Steel deadbolts, high-impact strike plates, bolt-through reinforcing plates and anti-tamper fixings are also used.
Plus the 3mm reinforcing plates and back-to-back fixings provides higher impact protection to protect the lock mechanism.
Junior rhino PR-6308-BR-LL
When securing slave-leaf doors is a priority over impact resistance, the Junior Rhino is suitable.
The mortice lock is located at the top or bottom edge – or both – and locks the slave-leaf to the floor or door frame. Plus no specialist equipment required is to install, making it convenient to retrofit onsite.
Our fully working mobile lockset model blocks demonstrate how our staff override locksets keep service users safer. Plus our brochures are designed to help you select the right components for each project.
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