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Key lock SVP 5000
handlefor doorspanic

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key, handle
Product applications
for doors
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SVP locks automatically lock doors after each closing cycle – offering the ultimate in both convenience and security. The automatic deadbolt projection of 20mm ensures that the door is always securely locked. The additional anti-thrust engagement of the clawbolt latch provides two-point locking for enhanced security. Meanwhile, the emergency escape function means that the door can be opened at any time in the exit direction by simply operating the lever handle or panic bar. Mechanical opening from the outside remains possible at any time via a key to unlock the europrofile or round cylinder insert. Emergency escape/panic function in accordance with BS EN 179 & BS EN 1125 Certified in accordance with BS EN 12209 CERTIFIRE approved For narrow stile and timber doors Automatic relocking action Universal trip latch Product details Features Convenient, safe and secure The SVP 5000 emergency escape lock is particularly suitable for apartment or house doors, as well as project build doors for which no status monitoring is required. Thanks to the emergency escape function, the door can be readily opened by simply operating the lever handle or panic bar, while the automatic relocking mechanism ensures secure lock re-engagement once the door has closed. Easy to retrofit As the lock is purely mechanical. Installation or retro-fitting is therefore particularly simple – the existing mortice lock merely needs to be replaced by the SVP 5000 unit. Operational versatility SVP locks are available in different models suitable for over-rebated or flush-closing timber doors and also narrow stile doors. They are likewise flexible in terms of their installation


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