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DIN Long Case Locks

DIN Long Case Locks

DIN locks are designed to a European standard and are normally used by designers with Door Handles on Roses and escutcheons to create a modern look with deeper spacing between the lock and handle. Also popular in commercial environments where doors are prepared in advance for quicker assembly. Our range of DIN locks are available in euro profile sash locks, dead locks, latches, bathroom locks, anti-thrust night latches and escape locks all in Satin Stainless Steel. Where available Declaration of Performance data sheets are available to download on each product page.

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DIN Long Case Locks

DIN is a European standard set by the German Institute of Standardization and care must be taken when selecting DIN locks as the standards are not the same as British Standards and choosing the incorrect lock can cost time and money. They meet the dimensional requirement of BS 8300 and Approved Document M meaning they are suitable for public and commercial buildings. Our range includes DIN locks that are successfully tested against BS EN 12209 and are therefore assessed for use on 30 minute and 1 hour timber fire doors and are as a result CE marked and Certifire approved.

Architects specify DIN locks due to their heavy duty lock cases making them perfect for ares of heavy use. Interior designers choose DIN locks because of the ascetically pleasing result of the longer lock case meaning a keyhole cover or lock hole is located slightly further away from the handle than on doors fitted with traditional mortice locks therefore creating a balanced, contemporary feel.