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Commercial Door Locks
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The most common lever lock is known as a cylindrical lock. This lever lock is
installed on the door using a 2 1/8 inch hole drilled through the door with a 1
inch hole from the edge of the door. It also uses two additional holes outside
the perimeter of the 2 1/8 inch hole to stabilize the lock and prevented it from
twisting on the door and causing a malfunction. The mounting post hole locations
vary across the manufacturers.
When choosing a lever lock one needs to always take into consideration how often
the door is going to be used. If the door is in a high traffic area than a grade
1 lock should be chosen for this application. On a door that is used about 500
to a 1000 times a day, a grade 1 lock should last about five to seven years
without needing replacement.
A grade 2 lock can be used on a door that has a traffic level up to 300 to 400
times a day. The grade 2 lock should last approximately 5 to 7 years with
minimal maintenance for needing replacement.
Mortise locks require that a pocket is cut out from the edge of the door
allowing the mortise lock case to slide into the door pocket. On the face of the
door smaller holes are cut for the lever handles, mounting posts and mortise
cylinder. Most mortise locks are grade 1 and are the ideal application for high
traffic areas. Mortise locks are used on most commercial office buildings.
Mortise locks provide more choices for different types of trim.
Door knob locks
Commercial door knob locks fits into a 2 1/8 inch diameter hole and require a 1
inch hole from the edge of the door. These locks are still available but not
used as often because ADA now requires a lever instead. Door knob locks are
available in grade 1,2, and 3. These locks come in the standard functions. The
most common functions are entry, storeroom, classroom, passage, and privacy.
Commercial deadbolt locks
Commercial deadbolt locks are heavier than most residential great locks. These
locks are also graded to provide the consumer the ability to compare locked
equally. Some deadbolts have the UL listings which may be required on some
- Lock Boxes for Keys
- Door Closers
- Panic Bars
- Mortise Locks
- Bump Proof Locks