Yale 514 Sliding Door Mortise Lock
The Yale 514 Sliding Door Mortise Lock is a robust Double Throw Lock, with a distinct advantage over many other Sliding Door Mortise Locks.
The 1st Throw of the Bolt lines up the Strike and the 2nd Throw spreads the Hook Bolts vertically behind the Strike.
This feature of a Double Throw is ideal for sets of Double Sliding Doors, where there may be some additional sideways movement and alignment issues are problematic. The Yale 514 Sliding Door Mortise Lock utilises a Steel Bolt.
When utilised with an Original Yale Profile Cylinder and the Heavy Duty Strike, the Yale 514 is a formidable Lock.
Yale 510 Series Upright Mortise Lock
The Yale 510 Series Upright Mortise Locks have been in operation in Australian Domestic Building Applications for the last 40 years. The Yale 510 Series is a product of Italy.
This Lock Body is noted for its reliable operation Lock and is regarded as the benchmark for quality in its field.
The Yale 510 has a closed and riveted case to prevent the ingress of moisture and dust into the working parts of the lock. It features a Solid Brass Forend and Strike.
The Yale 510 Series utilise a Profile Cylinder.
Operation of the Cylinder retracts the Latch Bolt and throws the Bolt.
The Pitch from the Centre of the Latch Follower to the Centre of the Cylinder Broaching is 85mm.
Note: The Yale 510 Series is a "heavily-sprung" Mortise Lock, that is designed for un-sprung Lever Furniture of European origin which have an 8mm Spindle. It is therefore inappropriate for Australian Knobsets that have a 7.6mm Spindle. A special modification for "light springing" and a 7.6.mm/8mm Spindle Sleeve is available upon request.
Yale 521 Roller Mortise Lock
The Yale 521 Series Mortise Lock is designed for use with Stationary Pull Handles.
This Lock features a solid brass Double Throw Bolt and a solid Brass Roller Latch.
The Roller Bolt’s protrusion is adjustable via a screw drive on the Face Plate of the Lock. This is an important feature as “Seasonal” adjustment of the Roller Latch is sometimes a necessity due to prevailing humidity, air pressure and movement of the Door Jamb.
The Yale 521 has a closed and riveted case to prevent the ingress of moisture and dust into the working parts of the lock.