XS1154: Extended strike for 'ORANGE' privacy & euro latch locks (LA1156, LA1154, LA1193, LA1191, LA1189, LA1162)
Please note, this product is made to order and quantity discounts are available.
Extended strike plates are required when a standard strike plate supplied with a lock or latch does not have a long enough lead in lip. This can be due to a number of factors, the most common being if the door leaf is thicker than usual, or the door is set within a deep reveal.
Stainless steel roses with springing mechanism and sealed ball bearings, for optimum performance.
The unique rota-bearing sprung rose brings smooth, positive and flawless operation while addressing all the common lever handle issues. The unique rota-bearing sprung rose is our preferred option to be used with all lever handles.
Stainless steel roses with sealed ball bearings, for optimum performance.
The bearing rose to bring smooth, positive and flawless operation while addressing all the common door knob issues. The unique bearing rose is our preferred option to be used with all door knobs.
Flat aluminium rose, that may have to be used in some situations where the Grip Tight, Self-centring, Sprung Bearing Inner-Rose System cannot be accommodated, for example, thin metal doors.
This rose option is not our preferred rose to supply with lever handles or door knobs, it does not offer any of the properties and or performance of the grip tight or sprung rose designs, and operation of the handles are purely down to the strength of the lock and highly accurate installation.
Stainless steel roses with TIG-welded fixed spindles.
A highly durable fixed rose for use where a lever handle or door knob is not required to turn, or rotate but is needed to be installed in a push/pull application, e.g. when used in conjunction with a magnetic catch on a cupboard door.
Stainless steel single sided rose with TIG welded spindle with bearing for smooth operation, designed for lever handles and door knobs.
The bearing rose to bring smooth, positive and flawless operation while addressing all the common door knob issues. To be operated from one side of the door by the use of a single door knob.