Safeware Latch 3 Hooks 4 Rollers Double Spindle Multipoint Door Lock
This Safeware multipoint door lock features 4 Rollers, 3 Hooks & 1 Latch.
This Safeware lock features a gearbox with a hook which is a longer version of the Lockmaster centre case.
Safeware locks are fitted to a large range of Epwin Window Systems doors. The locks are based on the Lockmaster product but feature a design that is unique to Safeware.
Safeware locks are available in 3 different designs, featuring hooks, rollers and hook/deadbolt combination locking points.
Safeware gearboxes are visually very similar to the Lockmaster range of locks. They feature a central hook (a deadbolt version is not available) that throws downwards. These gearboxes are available in a double spindle operation only, with 92mm and 62mm centres (PZ) measurements.
Safeware gearboxes are the largest on the market. They measure 255mm high by 50mm wide. The latch measures 30mm high, as does the hook and there is 80mm between the bottom of the latch and the top of the hook.
As the gearboxes are so long, they fix to their faceplates with 4 screws. The top to next screw measures 55mm, the next screw is 80mm and the 3rd to last screw measures 108mm.
As previously mentioned, these locks are based on the Lockmaster range. The case is elongated but they are visually very similar. They also feature the additional spindle slightly above the latch, that can be used to hold back the latch, with appropriately specified handles.
Safeware hooks are bi-directional so that, when thrown, they move towards each other, offering enhanced security.
Rollers are used for compression, to pull the door against the frame, to help prevent dust or water ingress. They do little for security, but they also have the added benefit of helping to prevent the door from becoming warped as it is supported across its full height. This is dependent on the rollers being engaged into their keeps.
Rollers are normally adjustable by 1mm to help achieve optimum weather sealing.
Operation: Double Spindle
To lock the door
1. On closing the door, the latch is automatically engaged.
2. Lift the handle up to engage the locking points.
3. Lock the system by turning the key.
To unlock the door
1. Unlock the system by turning the key.
2. Push the handle downwards to disengage the locking points.
3. A further quarter turn of the key will retract the latch.
We stock a range of associated products for Safeware multipoint door locks, including keeps, spindles, handles and accessories.
Latch Reversal: Undo the screw or screws (depending on the model) in the latch to remove. Reverse, reinsert and replace screw(s).
You may find this lock used as an UPVC door lock or an aluminium door lock.
- Manufacturer: Safeware
- Backset: Select from drop-down - How do I measure the backset?
- Centres PZ: 92mm/62mm - How do I measure the centres?
- Faceplate: Select from drop-down - How do I measure the faceplate?
- Spindle Size: 8mm
- Rollers: 4
- Hooks: 3
- Latch: 1
- Main Gearbox: Latch & hookbolt
- Operation: Select from drop-down - What is the operation?
- Spindle: Double 8mm
- Handing: Non handed
- Distance Between Inner Locking: 810mm
- Distance Between Outer Locking: 1630mm
- Height: 2096mm
- Top Hook to Spindle: 705mm
- Bottom Hook to Spindle: 705mm
- Top Roller to Spindle: 815mm
- Bottom Roller to Spindle: 815mm
- Door Material: UPVC, Aluminium
How can I tell who the manufacturer is of my multipoint lock?
Check down the faceplate and look for a brand name or logo to identify the manufacturer.
How do I find out the operation of my multipoint door lock?
- 1. If you only use the key to unlock all of the locking points then the operation is called Key Wind.
- 2. If you lift the handle and turn the key to lock then the operation is called Lift Lever.
- 3. If from the outside you unlock with the key, pull handle down to disengage the locking points and turn the key to open the door then this operation is called Nightlatch or Split Spindle.
- 4. If lifting the handle fully locks the door without the use of a key then this operation is called Auto Locking.
How do I measure my multipoint door lock?
Always measure in millimetres.
- 1. Backset – Measure the distance from the edge of the faceplate back to where the key goes into the door cylinder.
- 2. Centres – Measure the distance from centre of handle spindle down to where the key goes into the door cylinder.
- 3. Locking points – Measure the distance from centre of the locking point to the centre of handle spindle then repeat for other locking points.
- 4. Faceplate – Measure the distance across the width of the face and full length of the faceplate.
- 5. Gearbox – Measure the height and depth of the gearbox.
How do I know if my multipoint door lock is left or right handed?
99% of multipoint door locks are field reversible, instructions for which are under product information. For those models which are handed please refer to the handing chart to determine which hand you require.
Do you have a gearbox for this multipoint lock?
Yes our part number is SAFEWARECASE.