What is an institutional lock

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Apartment Corridor Lock function is defined as a lock where the latch bolt operated by lever from either side, except when outside lever is made inoperative by a stop or mechanical means other than...
Cylindrical Locks: a bored lockset whose latch or bolt locking mechanism is contained in the portion installed through the cross-bore Medium, high to extra heavy duty Commercial, mul...
A lock is any device which prevents access or use by requiring special knowledge or equipment. Mechanical locks are mechanical devices which secure an opening by keeping a door closed until a relea...
Mortise Locks: a lockset where the case is designed to fit in a mortise in the edge of a door Medium, high to extra heavy duty Commercial, multi-family and institutional applications Pros - ...
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 he...
Asylum or institutional lock - Latch bolt operated by key from either side. Both knobs/levers always inoperative. Auxiliary dead latch.
The Schlage Vandlgard option available on select L-Series, LV-Series, and ND-Series and is ideal for areas subject to abuse or anywhere vandalism is likely to be present, such as schools, univ...
Vandlgard is specified by "LV" for mortise locks. The L9000 is a mortise style lock that mounts into a pocket mortised into the edge of the door.Vandlgard is specified by ND9x functions f...
The Schlage CO-220 is standalone classroom lock down solution with remote fob and visual indicator which allows immediate local lock down by simply pushing the button on the remote fob from anywher...