Designed originally for wooden furniture, this is a key-operated ‘deadbolt’ lock (does not slam). It is a simple and inexpensive unit which can be used for any small cabinet or drawer. Finish: chromium-plated.
keys are standard 5/01464 Striker plate 7/06433 Desk Lock
|7/06433||Desk lock, chrome|
|7/06433/01||Desk lock, FS 880 keys|
|5/01464||Striker plate, chrome|
|A||Face diameter||19 mm|
|B||Body depth||29 mm|
|C||Head depth||17 mm|
|D||Depth to bolt||25 mm|
|E||Depth ‘throw’||7 mm|
|H||Hole sizes||3 mm|
|Striker plate, 5/01464|
|J||Striker width||18 mm|
|K||Striker hole centres||40 mm|
|L||Striker length||50 mm|
This is a popular and well-proven ‘cubby’ lock, which slams shut and is opened by push-button action. Its small size and simple method of fixing makes it suitable for inspection windows, control boxes, etc.
7/23057 Finger pull 7/09302
|7/09303||Cubby lock, FS 880|
|7/09280||Cubby lock, plain button|
|Note: Finger-pull is optional and secures behind fixing-bracket.Finish is stainless steel (satin) or black to special order.|
|A||Face height||25 mm|
|B||Body depth||28 mm|
|C||Rim thickness||4 mm|
|D||Location to bolt||8 mm|
|E||Centre-line to bolt||15 mm|
|F||Tolerance (panel thickness)||2 mm|
|G||Body width||22 mm|
|Request drawing for panel-piercing.|
|Square-section bolt is thrown as key is turned through 180.
Key withdraws in both positions.
|Insert from near so that housing protrudes through round hole
(20mm dia). Secure through fixing holes in rear flange.
Striker plate available.
|‘FS’ keys only, non-shuttered.|
|Lock slams against panel edge, opens with gentle pressure
on front face. Key turns 90 to ‘block’ button.
|Insert from front into special piercing, secure with brackets
provided at rear. Suits panels up to 2mm (special brackets
for thicker panels).
|‘FS’ keys only, non-locking model available.|
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