Locks

Locks explained:

There are many locks available to compliment our gates, and picking the right one for your project is usually as easy as referencing a door/gate schedule to see what has been specified. If in doubt, please refer to the table below for a list of compatible/recommended locks for various requirements to assist. It is important to note that while many locks are available, the gates are often required to be modified to accomodate the lock, so we will need to know at time of tendering what lock is required to provide accurate pricing. Please see the following list of locks for easy reference of what is available:e vehicle gate openings.

OUR RANGE:

SHOOT BOLT:

Included with: Chainwire Single Gates

CHAIN:

Included with: Chainwire Double Gates

PADLOCK PROVISION:

Included with: Eminence Single and Double Gates

002 LOCK + SHROUD:

OPTIONAL EXTRA

MORTICE:

OPTIONAL EXTRA

MAGNA-LATCH:

Included with: Pool Gates

BROADHURST:

Included with: School Gates

MECHANICAL KEYPAD:

Optional extra

Compatibility Table:

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