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.800 20,32 MS+ Latch/locks are operable by any standard 15/32" diameter mortise cylinder with special M. S. cam, dimensioned as shown. Cylinders with M. S. cams can be readily obtained from most cylinder manufacturers.
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Figure 13.153 Latch bolt holdback instruction details. (Adams Rite
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Figure 13.154 Adams Rite thresh-
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old bolt (left) and header bolt (right); the unit has the MS1850A maximum security lock installed. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
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Narrow stile door deadlock strikes. Three basic strikes are available. The majority of Adams Rite deadlocks are installed in metal construction where the strike cutout can simply be a slot. For aesthetic reasons or, in the case of certain locks, for added security, specific strikes should be used.
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Figure 13.155 Threshold bolt and header critical dimensions (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
The trim strike (Fig. 13.158) is a simple strike plate that can be surfacemounted on a wood or metal jamb or mortised flush. It uses #10 flathead machine screws and/or two #10 wood screws. It is made of aluminum. The box strike has a dust box added (Fig. 13.159). It is customarily used only for wood construction where the dust box prevents chips, sawdust, and other debris from entering the strike. The armored strike (Fig. 13.160) has the basic trim plate, but this is backed up by a massive steel doubler designed to prevent the method of forced entry known as jamb peeling. It fits within aluminum or other hollow jamb sections; with a trim face flush, the steel is completely hidden.
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Figure 13.156 Stile preparation and installation for the
threshold bolt. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
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Figure 13.157 Installation details for the header bolt.
(Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
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Figure 13.158 Simple trim strike
Figure 13.159 Box strike, cus-
plate for deadlocks in a metal stile door unit. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
tomarily for wood frames where the dust box permits debris from entering the strike. It can also be used on metal door frames. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
Figure 13.160 Armored
strike unit, essentially used to prevent jamb peeling types of forced entry. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
Figure 13.161 shows mounting methods for narrow stile aluminum doors. The three most prevalent methods of mounting locks and latches within the hollow tube stile of a door are easy. Method A uses the steel bridge spanning the stile. A simple handle, the installation tool, is used to position the bridge accurately in the stile while its two screws are tightened to form a web in the door. Resilient washers allow for minor adjustment to fit the lock flush with the door.
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Figure 13.161 Three methods of mounting a lock in the narrow stile doors using the basic com-
ponent parts of the Adams Rite installation kit. (Adams Rite Mfg. Co.)
Method B requires two tapped holes in the back web of the stile and tubular spacers of the appropriate lengths. Some door manufacturers use a heavy coil spring in place of the tube to allow for minor adjustments. Method C is for doors whose stile extrusion shape contains a special inside channel to accept flange clips, on which the lock is mounted. Several door manufacturers have included this channel in their latest designs, so it is something you must be aware of and look for prior to installing the lock. It provides a convenient lock mounting means and adds overall strength to the stile. Note: Refer to the Adams Rite Locksmithing Installation Kit, which discusses some of the specific tools necessary for the three methods of mounting locks.
Cylinder pulls. Cylinder pulls (Fig. 13.162) are designed for certain deadlocks
and latches. These surface-mounted pulls allow you to key a sliding glass door similarly to other types of doors that have key-in-knob or mortise cylinder locks installed. Dimensions for the cylinder pull are in Fig. 13.163 and installation instructions shown in Fig. 13.164.
Lock cylinder guards. The standard mortise cylinder is made of brass and is literally the soft spot in the narrow stile door s security. Using special pliers or other leverage devices, a burglar can tear the cylinder out of the door, leaving an opening through which he or she can operate the deadlock by hand. The cylinder guard by Adams Rite addresses this problem (Fig. 13.165). It offers a
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