Mortise Lock E7020

  • Mortise Lock E 7020
  • attempted break-in

As a general rule, only the front part of a mortise lock is visible – the so-called face plate. The bolt is activated when the cylinder is blocked whereas the latch is activated when the door handle is pressed downwards. A solid face plate and a enclosed lock case make your door all the more secure.

Using Mortise Lock E 7020

Solid Mortise Lock E 7020 offers optimum resistance to violent attacks.

  • Series E7020 W is ideal for resistance class 2 doors (single point locking systems).
  • Series E7020 S/W is ideal for resistance class 3 doors (dual point locking systems).
  • Series E7020 KE (convenience mechanism). When the door handle is opened on the inside, the latch and the bolt are drawn back. Not suitable for panic doors according to EN 179/EN 1125.

Security features

  • Certified in accordance with Austrian standards (ÖNORM) B 3858 und B 5351
  • Bears CE marking (EN 12209:2003)
  • Security profile bolt: can withstand a sideward load of 10,000 Newton and a front load of 8,000 Newton
  • Latch can be fitted on the left or right
  • Solid, enclosed lock case, meaning it is sturdy and highly resistant and offers protection against dust and dirt.
  • Solid face plate as a result of four screws
  • All parts are protected against corrosion, meaning they are also suitable for outdoor use
  • With self-adjusting retaining nut

Security Strike Plate SSB

  • Security Strike Plate SSB Attempted break-in

Security Strike Plate SSB enhances resistance against forced entry involving tools and brute force.

Using Security Strike Plate SSB

The strike plate is anchored into the masonry via the door frame.

Security features

  • 3 mm sheet steel
  • 6 safety screws
  • chromated