Resistant to corrosion – BSEN1670 Grade 4 (240 hours)
Engineered to provide long term reliability and security, the Crimebeater 220 Pro an inline split spindle lock, meaning the external handle can operate the locking mechanism, but will not withdraw the latch without the door cylinder key. The lock is compatible with either long or short back plate handles, creating a flexible and highly secure multipoint lock.
For use on composite and timber doors, each Crimebeater lock has 2 hardened steel hooks with 54mm top and bottom hook cases, allowing for reduced routing. For added security, all hooks are opposing, which make it extremely difficult to lift them out. The centre has a deadbolt and comes with a reversible latch with snib.
The Crimebeater 220 Pro has been awarded the ‘Secured by Design’ approval and meets PAS24 requirements, meaning that you will be able to offer your customers a high quality and high security solution for their doors:
The faceplate on the Crimebeater 220 Pro is 1570mm by 20mm for use on composite and timber doors.
The Fullex Crimebeater lock is also perfect to combine with the Kinetica 3* Kitemarked Euro Cylinder, giving you a solution that offers high security, reliability and easy operation:
Faceplate = 1570mm x 20mm: For Composite and Timber Doors
No of Hooks
BS EN1670 Grade 4 (240 Hours)
Cycle Tested to 50,000 Cycles
Top and Bottom Hook: Chrome plated A3 hardened cast steel Faceplate: Mild Steel, Zinc and clear passivated
The cyclic operation machine tests the operation and use of each multi point lock. The machine works by fitting the multi point lock in to a door, and then adding a handle and cylinder. The machine will then cycle test the lock by turning the cylinder to unlock; pull the handle down to open the door; close the door; lift the handle to engage the multi point hooks, and then finally lock the cylinder. This gives a true test of how the multi point lock will work in a real life situation.
Each multi point lock is cycle tested to 200,000 cycles.
Salt Spray Test
This machine tests the corrosion resistance of the multi point locks. The salt spray cabinet produces a corrosive environment, by releasing a dense saline fog into the chamber which the multi point locks are exposed to. This creates an accelerated corrosion of the MPL and allows us to test how well the locks would stand up in harsher environments.
The multi point locks are tested to BS EN1670 grade 4 for 420 hours.