Mortice

A Mortice Lock requires a pocket - the mortice - to be cut into the frame of the door. A mortice lock can also be fitted into a piece of furniture that requires that added element of security.

Mortice Locks are originally found on older building before bored cylindrical locks, but they have grown in popularity for commercial and upmarket residential construction sites across the world.

Comprising of a lock body (this part is installed inside the mortise cut-out within the door), the lock trim (this may selected from a wide variety of doorknobs, levers, handle sets and pulls), a strike plate or box keep (this lines the hole that the mortice lock makes within the frame) and finally, the keyed cylinder which allows for the locking/unlocking function of the lock body.

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