In the locked position, it uses the strength of the floor to stand strong when locks and deadbolts fail.
Strong locks on weak doors.
More effective than deadbolt locks.
Much bigger ones are used on access control systems to keep doors closed, and are capable of resisting a lot more force, generally the lock selected is stronger than the door, as the door or the frame will break under attack long before the lock releases due to force applied.
Takes about 10 clicks to get 2 to lock.
Three of four of mine are weak.
It is made of 6 diamonds and a steel lock mechanism
Since i still have a '68 and '79 with manual locks, i guess i just went along and lived with it since i didn't feel like dropping $150+ for new ones.
(but the weight is a good thing in the long run.)
Even the best lock will not deter a burglar if it is installed in a weak door.
Its weight makes installation tricky but hanging it is pretty straightforward.
Seems the same on both.
Lax cybersecurity practices, like using identical.
A strong password can give you good protection, while a weak one will not.
Give yale technical a ring, 01902 366 911, they should be able to give you the relevant part number and a local stockist.
Make sure you have strong doors.
Cheers symo symo, dec 17, 2003 #4
Magnetic door locks are a versatile and an affordable access control mechanism for keeping unwanted visitors out of your premises.
Most residential grade door hardware installed by a builder is grade 3.
Utilize deadbolt locks on all exterior residential doors and also on commercial entry doors.