Mortice cross-key lock – Snap quarter-turn latch
The cross key mortice lock with swinging bolt is equipped with a cross-key cylinder installed in a steel and zinc alloy housing, which operates a swinging bolt. The pins arranged in a cruciform pattern, along with the peculiar key shape, ensure a high level of security.
It is only necessary to drill a 12 mm hole for the keyhole and, thanks to the 19 mm key entrance, the application on narrow spaces is also possible. On the cabinet the keyhole appears like a small hole, which is almost invisible. The fixing on the door is extremely easy, you just need two screws on the front plate.
It is available both in KA (keyed alike) and in KD (keyed different). It features a 25 mm swinging steel hook bolt for high resistance.
This lock is easy to install and multifunctional, the range of cross-key locks consists of 5 models: rim cross key lock, mortice cross key lock, mortice cross key lock with swinging bolt or hook bolt, mortice cross key lock with double bolt.
The mortice cross key lock with swinging bolt is suitable for steel profiles. Thanks to its reduced size, it caters for any need in contract forniture on showcases and doors but also in the building sector to secure small gratings and boiler rooms. The bolt protrudes 22 mm allowing the application on entrance doors in shops and furniture for shops in train stations and airports.
- Mortice cross key lock with swinging bolt
- Three keys 70 mm MCHGYSP
- Striker plate
- Two rosettes in black plastic
- ⁃ Keyed different (KD)
- To correctly insert the key, the notch on the key bow must be upward.
- The key can be removed in the opening and closing position.