The main parts of a door lock are the cylinder, bolt, box and strike plate. It’s useful for any DIY-er to know how things around the home operate.
The latch bore, also known as the edge bore, is the hole drilled from the side of the door into the cross bore to allow the latch of the lock to be installed and to accommodate the sliding of the deadbolt. The diameter of the latch bore is generally 1” to accommodate bolts from either mechanical or electronic locksets.
The latch is the mechanism that slides into the enge of the door and retracts or protrudes with the turn of the door knob. The latch keeps the door closed and when the knob is turned allows the door to open. A lever or lever handle has the same functionality as a door knob, but has a different appearance.
Shackle: Most often a loop of metal (u-shaped bar) that opens up to lock and unlock the padlock – available in varying lengths and diameters to fit a variety of needs.
Definition of lock strike : a metal fastening on a doorframe into which the bolt of a lock is projected to secure the door.
The handle is pretty self-explanatory; it’s the device that you grab and turn to open the door. … The door strike is fastened, usually by screws, onto the frame of a doorway, and it is carefully aligned with the lockset in order to give the latch a place to sink into when the door closes.
The strike plate is placed on the door jamb where the hole for the bolt of the door and the bolt meet. It is a small metal plate that is screwed to the door jamb.
Door latch guards prevent unauthorized access to the latch bolt on a lock set, which helps deter break-ins and avoid repairs. They are commonly used with mortise and cylindrical lock sets and can be installed in both left- and right-facing applications.
The main latch is supposed to fall into the strike hole on the door frame, the little part is supposed to sit on the surface of the strike (not fall into the hole). This feature is meant to keep someone from retracting the latch from the outside of the door with a credit card or other device.
Hinges are the hardware used to attach a door to its frame, and are the pivot point for opening and closing the door. Whether you are replacing an old door or hanging a new one, hinges are an important part of the structure.
Mullion for Double Doors Fixed mullions are an integral part of the frame between two doors. They allow the doors to swing off the mullion if required. This type of mullion actually separates the doors and causes the doors to become single doors within the frame.
What Is an Architrave? The architrave (sometimes also referred to as jamb casing) is part of the door casing and refers to the decorative trim that sits around the door frame. It is purchased separately to the frame, which is what the wood around the door frame is called.
Typically the padlock is used to lock two things together, for example, a door and its frame, two or more chains, or a chain and a fixed object. Padlocks are not recommended for high-security applications because the shackle is easily cut with a bolt cutter or hacksaw.
The shackle is actually completely hidden underneath the padlock body, making them highly resistant to attack and therefore very secure. They tend to be designed for use with specific, matching security hasps.
Most interior doors are prepped with a single boor hole. … Through the edge of the door there is a 1” cross bore that extends from the edge of the door through the bore hole. This cross bore is where the latch is installed. In addition to the two cross bores, a door can be prepped for one of 3 different types of latches.
The solenoid lock denotes a latch for electrical locking and unlocking. The power-on unlocking type enables unlocking only while the solenoid is powered on. … A door with this type is locked and not opened in case of power failure or wire disconnection, ensuring excellent safety.
Round drive-in faceplate: This is an optional faceplate that may replace the rectangular faceplate already attached to the latch if your door calls for it. … Short screws: These will be used to secure the bolt and faceplate with the door.
Full Lip Strike: The full lip strike is the most common. As you can see there are 2 different kinds of full lip strikes: round corner or square. The measurement that this strike plate is showing would be considered the width, because it would be the width if it was on the door jamb.
Strike Plate This is the plate the latch-tongue, or deadbolt-tongue will connect with. It should sit flush with the door jamb. Any passage or privacy set needs to have a strike plate for the door to latch. Additionally, deadbolts need a strike plate to properly lock.
A sash is a moveable piece of glass that is used in a window or door. Several sashes are typically joined together to make a frame of glass panels. … A sash can also be used in cabinetry to create unique cabinet doors.
A door sweep is a long strip of metal that holds a seal made of a material such as neoprene, silicone, or a nylon brush. This long strip of metal is surface mounted to the bottom of the door.
The two pieces of trim that go on either side of your door are known as “pilasters” while the top piece is called a “lintel”. Sometimes, the entire unit may be referred to as the door casing, with the top piece being known as the header.
1. door guard – someone who guards an entrance. doorman, hall porter, ostiary, porter, gatekeeper, doorkeeper. commissionaire – a uniformed doorman. guard – a person who keeps watch over something or someone.
Latches are lock bolts designed to automatically lock the door when it is pushed closed. … When operating and installed correctly the guard bolt prevents the latch from moving or being depressed to unlock the door.
Auxiliary latch deadlocks latchbolt when door is closed. Inside lever is always free for immediate egress. Latchbolt retracted by knob/lever from either side unless outside is locked by key from either side. … Auxillary latch deadlocks latchbolt when door is locked.
Most hinges consist of three basic parts: leafs, a knuckle and a pin. Leafs are the rectangular-shaped plates on the sides of a hinge. A knuckle is a cyldrical-shaped tube that’s created when the leafs are joined together. A pin is a solid metal rod that’s inserted through the knuckle to interlock the leafs.
A hinge mortise is the shallow cut made in the edge of a door and the door jamb that mirrors the size and thickness of the door hinge. The hinge mortise allows the hinge to be mounted flush with the jamb and door so the door will close properly.
A pin hinge is a type of hinge designed to rotate about a vertical axis maintained by a pin (as opposed to something like a pivot hinge which rotates about a single point). Commonly found in cabinetry products, pin and barrel hinges are commonly found in exterior and interior doors.
Mullion. Fundamentally, muntins are the vertical shafts of wood separating panes of glass in a traditional multi-pane glass composition. Mullions, on the other hand, are the single vertical props used in two-pane assemblies.
Astragal: A strip of steel or wood, which covers or closes the gap between the edges of a pair of doors.
French door (n.): A door, usually one pair, of light construction with glass panes extending for most of its length. They also can be referred to as French windows.
Door frame Side jambs, head jambs, and mulls are the parts that make up the frame. Residential door frames are most often made of wood but can also be made of aluminum, fiberglass, or a composite material. Door frames can be purchased primed (ready to paint) or ordered with a factory finish in a variety of colors.
Architrave is a form of interior moulding that is featured in most houses, offices and other buildings. In this case, it is the strip of material that rounds off the wall and door. While ‘architrave’ is the correct term for the moulding, it can also be mistaken for: Door Casing. Door Surround.
- Padlocks. …
- Deadbolts. …
- Knob Locks. …
- Lever Handle Locks. …
- Cam Locks. …
- Rim/Mortise Locks. …
- Euro Profile Cylinders. …
- Wall Mounted Locks.
- Cylindrical Locksets—Often called key-in-knob or key-in-lever locks. …
- Dead-Bolt Locks—Sometimes called tubular dead bolts. …
- Mortise Locks—Mortised or recessed into the edge of the door. …
- Drop-Bolt Locks (often called jimmy-proof locks)—Auxiliary locks similar to dead bolts.
If there was no green padlock you would assume that the web page in not secure – that the communication between your browser and the website is in clear text (HTTP). Google’s preference is for ALL website traffic to be over HTTPS, which is secure and encrypted. … In October 2018, Google is scheduled to release Chrome 70.