Saracen Deadlock Window Lock Gearbox for UPVC Windows
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Saracen Deadlock Gearbox for upvc windows.
Please note: this is for the Gearbox Mechanism Only - shootbolts can be bought separately by clicking here
Deadlock mechanism systems consist of shootbolts and a unique central gearbox with a deadlock. The shootbolts fit into the the gearbox mechanism with a bayonet fitting using a twist-and click motion. Shootbolt rods are available in four lengths and are simple to connect to the gearbox mechanism with easy to adjust screw thread action to suit any tolerance variations.
Gear box mechanisms available in backset of 22mm and with latch size of 9.5mm or 11.5mm
The deadbolt that moves in and out of the middle of the gearbox mechanism size can be either 9.5mm or 11.5mm. You can find the deadbolt size on the end of the latch. See picture
If you are not sure if this is the correct gearbox for your window then call the Handles and Hinges team on 01204 652211
or email us with photos of your current locking system: [email protected]
Espag Lock Backset Measuring Guide
SIMPLE STEPS TO HELP YOU CHOOSE THE CORRECT FOR YOUR WINDOW LOCK
To Measure the backset on your window lock you need to measure from the middle of the spindle hole to the front of the face plate. Take a look at the picture below and the red arrows show you where to measure.
The holes that the Bolts go through are a set distance and are the same on ALL window locks (43mm).
Delivered from just £1.44
Good fit, good product.
Well described on website with good images and size well described. Good ordering experience on website and quick delivery.
Very fast and efficient service, thankyou, will be back
Exactly as described ,arrived the next day first class service thankyou .
easy to install and it worked
Great service, easy to use website to be able to order right item first time. Quality product and very good price. Would recommend and will use again.
Arrived quickly and perfect fit. This is my second one so have confidence in the retailer and the product. Home DIY
It's done the trick