These are simple, inexpensive locks used on all types of steel and metal enclosures, cabinets and panels. The diecast housing fits a ‘double-D’ piercing and is retained by a large hexagonal nut.
This is the original ‘Wilmot Breeden’ specification with several special features as noted. It is particularly suited for applications where vibration may be a problem.
|1/27890||’Deluxe‘ lock, 90°, mixed keys|
|1/27893||’Deluxe‘ lock, 90°, FS 880|
|1/27900||’Deluxe‘ lock, 180°, mixed keys|
|1/27902||’Deluxe‘ lock, 180°, FS 880|
|For clarity, retaining nut is not shown|
|A||Head diameter||26 mm|
|B||Total depth||28 mm|
|C||Head projection||6 mm|
|D||Depth to cranked latch||11 mm|
|D1||Body depth||19 mm|
|E||Height of bar||37 mm|
|F||Thread depth||15 mm|
|latch bar reversible, can be fitted at 45° intervals.|
|G||Diameter, locating plate||34 mm|
|H||Piercing, across flats||17.5 mm|
|J||Piercing, diameter||20 mm|
|Locating plate enables lock to be fitted into a
round hole, especially with wooden panels. Latch
bar must be removed for mounting.
|7/01905||Locating plate, spiked|
|5/00479||Locating plate, flat (steel)|
|1/27847||Retaining nut (brass)|
|7/03181||Neoprene gasket (black)|
Finger-pullBlack, moulded design which improves access
to cabinet door. Suits all models.
Finger-pullChromium-plated, steel finger-pull for ‘utility’ applications.
weathershieldBlack PVC cover for weather-protection.
Suits all round-face locks. (Also see A6).
Moulded spacerUseful where inside space is limited, raises
lock 5mm above panel surface. Black nylon.