For use on PVCu, Composite, Timber, Steel and Aluminium Doors
Secured by Design approved
Designed for use on PVCu, composite, timber, steel and aluminium doors
Has tapered long throw top and bottom deadbolts – offers high security and compression
Additional hook between top and centre lock case is available
Handles are available with latch hold back snib
Has a 51mm latch
Designed for 240mm backplate handles with 68PZ handle centres
Easily reversible latch as standard
Has a split spindle option for use on front door applications
Cycle tested to 100,000 operations
Resistant to corrosion – BSEN1670 Grade 5 (480 hours)
The SL16 Multibolt has gained an enviable reputation in all markets for strength and reliability in over 17 years of successful service. The 2 + 2 lock was the FIRST lock manufactured in the UK to offer the now very popular hook and bolt combination.
Designed for PVCu, composite, timber, steel and aluminium doors, it 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 SL16 deadbolts are chamfered to pull in smoothly and have a 25mm long throw for maximum security on any door type.
Faceplate = 2150mm (Stainless Steel): For use on the Fullex Gemini system
No of Hooks
BS EN1670 Grade 5 (420 Hours)
Cycle Tested to 100,000 Cycles
Top and Bottom Hook: CZ122 brass stamping Deadbolt: CZ122 brass stamping Centre Deadbolt: CZ122 brass stamping Faceplate: 304 austenitic stainless steel Gearbox: Dacromet coated die cast zinc
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.