Functions 2017-06-08T16:12:47+00:00

Functions

Clutch

  • the part of a profile cylinder which transfers rotational motion from the inside or outside element to a common cam or actuator
  • the feature of a lever handle lockset which allows free movement of the lever when locked
  • the feature of a cylinder which allows turning the plug without operation of the lock when a certain pressure is applied without the correct key

Deadbolts

  • • Single Cylinder: Locked or unlocked by a thumbturn inside and a key outside
  • • Double Cylinder: Locked and unlocked by a key inside and outside
  • • Single-Sided: Lock and unlock with inside thumbturn. No means of locking or unlocking from outside.
  • • Spin-to-Lock: Lock from the outside by key or by spinning the cylinder collar; unlock from outside by key unless “key block” button inside has been activated. Lock and unlock from inside with thumbturn.

Handlesets

  • • Entry: Pressing outside thumbpiece or rotating inside knob retracts springlatch. Deadbolt is operated by a key outside and thumbturn inside. Latchbolt and deadbolt are not interconnected and operate independently of each other.
  • • Dummy: Non-operable handleset for stationary leaf of a double door set.

Mortise Locks

  • • Passage: Latch retracted by lever on either side.
  • • Entrance: Lock or unlock outside lever using rocker on edge of lock. When locked, inside lever retracts latch, outside access by key.
  • • Classroom: Lock or unlock by key from outside of the door. When locked, inside lever retracts latch, outside access by key.
  • • Storeroom: Inside lever always retracts latch. Outside lever never retracts latch, outside key retracts latch.
  • • Apartment/Dormitory: Latch is retracted by either lever unless outside lever is locked by rocker. In addition, a deadbolt can be projected or retracted by key outside or thumbturn inside. Also, operating inside lever retracts both latch and deadbolt.
  • • Dormitory/Exit: Both levers always retract latch. Deadbolt can be projected and retracted by key outside or thumbturn inside. Also, operating inside lever retracts latch and deadbolt.
  • • Privacy: Both levers always retract latch. Deadbolt can be projected and retracted by thumbturn inside or emergency release outside. Also, operating inside lever retracts latch and deadbolt.
  • • Classroom Intruder: Latch is retracted by either lever, unless outside lever is locked by key from either inside or outside. Inside lever always retracts latch.
  • • Storeroom with Deadbolt: Inside lever always retracts latch, and deadbolt if it is extended. Outside lever is rigid, outside cylinder retracts latch, and deadbolt if it is extended. Deadbolt is extended or retracted by inside thumbturn or by outside cylinder.

 


Passage

Entrance
Classroom Storeroom Apartment /
Dormitory
Dormitory /
Exit
Privacy Classroom
Intruder
Storeroom
with
Deadbolt

Levers & Knobs:

  • • Entrance/Office:  Pushing and turning inside button locks outside lever/knob requiring use of key until button is manually unlocked. Pushing inside button locks outside lever/knob until unlocked with a key or inside lever/knob is turned. Inside lever/knob always retracts latch.
  • • Entry: Turning inside button locks both levers/knobs requiring use of key until button is manually unlocked.
  • • Passage: Both levers/knobs always retract the latch
  • • Privacy: Pushing inside button locks outside lever/knob until inside lever/knob is turned. Emergency tool can be used to unlock outside lever/knob. Inside lever/knob always retracts the latch.
  • • Bed/Bath: Turning inside button locks both levers/knobs until button is manually unlocked. Emergency tool can be used to unlock outside lever/knob.
  • • Exit: Blank plate outside, inside lever/knob always free.
  • • Closet/Hall: Both levers/knobs always retract the latch.
  • • Store Door: Both levers/knobs can be locked and unlocked with a key in either the inside or outside cylinder.
  • • Storeroom: Outside lever/knob never retracts the latch. Entrance by key only. Inside lever/knob always retracts the latch.
  • • Communicating: Key in either lever/knob locks or unlocks the lever/knob.
  • • Classroom: Outside lever/knob is locked and unlocked with a key in the outside cylinder. The inside lever/knob always retracts the latch
  • • Classroom Intruder: Key in either lever/knob locks or unlocks outside lever/knob. Inside lever/knob is always unlocked and free for egress.
  • • Institutional: Neither lever/knob retracts the latch. A key is required in both the inside and outside cylinder to retract the latch.
  • • Dummy: Pull only, one side of door trim.
  • • Electrically Unlocked Storeroom: When current is applied, the outside lever can be used to retract the latch. When no current is applied, the outside lever is rigid and the latch can be retracted with a key override. The inside lever can always retract the latch with or without current applied.

 

Classroom Entrance / Office Institutional Passage
Privacy
Bed / Bath
Store Storeroom Exit
Classroom Entrance / Office Institutional Passage
Privacy
Bed / Bath
Store Storeroom Exit