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Yale 64mm Brass effect 5 Lever Mortice sashlock

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Product Details

Product Information

This 5 lever mortice sashlock is ideal for external use with wooden doors. Suitable for use with left hand or right hand opening doors.

  • 64mm backset
  • Kitemarked BS3621:2007
  • Comes with Lock set and 2x keys
  • Latch-bolt is reversible to cater for right and left handed doors
  • 10 year Guarantee

Features and Benefits

  • Anti-saw deadbolt
  • Recommended by insurance companies and the police
  • Maximum level of protection against known attack methods
  • Opting for products that last longer means less frequent replacement.
  • Anti-saw deadbolt

Technical Specifications

BrandYale
FinishBrass effect
Fitting instructionsLatch-bolt is reversible to cater for right and left handed doors
Fixings suppliedFixings supplied
Guarantee10 year
KitemarkKitemarked
LocationExternal
Lock backset measurement64mm
ModelPM560 2.5P
Number of keys included2
Number of levers5
Pack quantity1
ReversibleReversible
StandardBS3621:2007
Product code5010608056052

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3 / 5(4 reviews)

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Scouser816 - 1 year ago

Bought the lock a few weeks ago. Relatively easy to install

Good product

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Bigal57 - 2 years ago

Bit fiddly to install as didn't line up with old unit

Not as on web site

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Rogerxxxxxxx - 2 years ago

The lock was not the same as in the picture on the website. The dimensions needed to check the size are not specified. Not sure how you are supposed to get a replacement lock.

Seems Ok but ...

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Paledai - 2 years ago

Bought as a replacement for a different make. The holes for the door handle and keys match but the width of the lock was different requiring some work. More importantly, the holes for the screws were in slightly different positions. This meant that the facing plate was difficult to line up and either the bolt or the latch would rub on the facing plate. Less than half a millimetre extra clearance around either would have solved the problem.
So, if you are doing it from scratch it is probably a good buy but as a replacement, especially if the original was fitted by a professional (i.e. bodged), then probably not the best idea.