GL15 Frameless Glass Door

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Locks & Handles

Dorma stainless steel panic bars with external lever handle and key access

Dorma stainless steel panic bars with external lever handle and key access

Centre patch deadlock with eurocylinder

Centre patch deadlock with eurocylinder

Centre patch lock with lever handles and latch for single action doors

Centre patch lock with lever handles and latch for single action doors

Dorma bottom rail with deadlock. Also available as a matching top rail

Dorma bottom rail with deadlock. Also available as a matching top rail

Concealed transom shear lock, linked to access control system

Concealed transom shear lock, linked to access control system

720mm Dorma T pull handles in stainless steel. Also available in 1240mm and 1760mm lengths

720mm Dorma T pull handles in stainless steel. Also available in 1240mm and 1760mm lengths

Dorma stainless steel panic bars with external lever handle and key access Centre patch deadlock with eurocylinder Centre patch lock with lever handles and latch for single action doors Dorma bottom rail with deadlock. Also available as a matching top rail Concealed transom shear lock, linked to access control system 720mm Dorma T pull handles in stainless steel. Also available in 1240mm and 1760mm lengths

Locks & Handles

On the GL15 glass door, locks may be fitted to three positions on the door; centre, top or bottom. The common options are centre only, or top and bottom together. The centre lock is always a patch lock, while the top and bottom locks are incorporated into patches or rails.
The central patch lock may be fitted with lever handles and latch for a single action door, while a deadlock with key access could be used on single action or double action doors.
Top and bottom locks, often fitted with keyed alike eurocylinders, may be fitted to patches or rails.
Access control systems may be linked to concealed transom shearlocks and bottom solenoid locks, both using rails.

Pull handles are available in a variety of styles, sizes and finishes. It is common to fit a pair of pull handles to both sides of the door, even for single action doors.

Escape doors may be fitted with panic bars or touch bars, normally with top and bottom latches. Outside operation devices with lever handles and key access are available.


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