What is the crank bolt used for?
Deadbolts cranked with strike plate are a robust and practical locking variant to lock and secure windows, garden gates and doors. The deadbolt is suitable for both right and left turning doors.
How is the crank bolt constructed and how is it used?
The deadbolt consists of three components, a bolt, the base plate and a strike plate for bolt locking. During assembly, it is important to note how far the bolt can be pushed out.
During assembly, the base plate with the bolt on it is fixed to a door or gate, in turn, the strike plate is screwed to a post or frame to enable the locking or sinking of the bolt.
What should be considered and what are the technical details of the push bolt?
Due to the cranked design of the bolt, the base plate and the loop should not be at the same height during installation. The bolt is available in the following sizes: 100 x 45 mm, 120 x 45 mm and 140 x 45 mm. Thanks to the galvanic zinc coating, the sliding bolts are protected against external weather conditions.
Technical data - available lengths: 100 mm, 120 mm, 140 mm - available widths: 45 mm, 50 mm - material: steel - finish: galvanized - product type: bolt