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For more efficient lock electronic locking system has established. This requires higher level of confirmation job to unlock. Another type of lever handle is passage lever. This does not have higher grade of security as this are intended to be used in passage doors. For privacy purposes like bathroom or bedroom privacy lever handles are effective. These handles could be locked and unlocked from internal face of the lock; however require a special key to unlock from outer face. If we want to use a handle for closets dummy handles are at our side. All these lever handles are produced by numerous famous brands which are popular and qualified.
They will accept many different types of lock cylinders such as; high security and SFIC cylinders. The Lever lock has been upgraded many times over the years. They are available in electronic push button and biometric packages providing unlimited access control. The handle itself created many challenges for manufacturers such as the outside handle breaking due to excessive force. When the door is locked the outside handle will not move people were pushing down on the locked lever causing the lever or inside mechanism to break. This problem was solved by redesigning the mechanism so that when locked the outside handle will move down freely; however the latch will not activate to open.
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The best lock for you will depend on the material of your door the type of door and the level of protection you require. Here we take a look at the types of locks available and some of their applications. Mortice sashlock - for timber doors. This type of lock is a mortice lock combined with a handle that operates the latch mechanism. This allows you to open and close the door without the need for a key and to lock it with a key as you leave the house. A three lever sashlock provides a mid-level of security whereas the five lever version provides a higher level. Five lever locks are usually used on back doors which require high levels of protection. Three lever sashlocks are typically installed on internal doors which need to be lockable.