What is a deadbolt?

Deadbolt Locks (Deadlocks): a lock with a bolt which requires a deliberate action to extend and which resists end pressure in the unlocking direction when fully extended

  • Medium, high to extra heavy duty
  • Commercial, multi-family and institutional applications
  • Pros - Versatile options and grades
  • Cons - No immediate egress, double cylinder functions can be a safety hazard

 

Schlage Commercial deadbolts

·         B600/700/800-Series (ANSI/BHMA Certified A156.5-2001, Grade 1 auxiliary lock, UL Listed for 3-hour fire door, B800-Series is UL437 listed)

·         B500-Series (ANSI A156.5, 2001, Grade 2. Available UL Listed for 3-hour fire door)

·         B250-Series, Night Latch/Gate Latch: not a traditional deadbolt as defined above because instead of a bolt it comes with a latch. (ANSI/BHMA Certified A156.5-2001, Grade 2 auxiliary lock)

 

Falcon deadbolts

·         D100-Series (ANSI/BHMA A156.5, 2001, Grade 1 auxiliary lock, Available UL Listed for 3-Hour fire door)

·         D200-Series (ANSI/BHMA A156.5, 2001, Grade 2 auxiliary lock, Available UL Listed for 3-Hour fire door)


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