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Twinbolt - New and Improved

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Locking system for use with Securefold and Securefold Bottom Rolling

  • Locks the door from the inside of the system
  • Provides two points of locking using top and bottom throw rods
SKU:
twinbolt-new-and-improved
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Short CodeFor Use WithDoor Thickness RangeMax. Door Height
TB/SFSecurefold 100 - mortice and non mortice56 - 68mm3300mm
TB/SFMSecurefold 100 - mortice square56 - 68mm3300mm
TB/SFBRSecurefold Bottom Rolling - morticeand non mortice56 - 68mm3000mm
TB/SF150Securefold 15056 - 68mm4000mm
Description PDF DXF DWG
TWINBOLT SF150 NON MORTICE
TWINBOLT SF150 NON MORTICE 52.23 KB 851.84 KB 159.82 KB
TWINBOLT SF50-100 MORTICE
TWINBOLT SF50-100 MORTICE 52.00 KB 52.00 KB 996.29 KB 193.18 KB 193.18 KB
TWINBOLT SF50-100 NON MORTICE
TWINBOLT SF50-100 NON MORTICE 53.00 KB 2.77 MB 528.43 KB
TWINBOLT SFBR MORTICE
TWINBOLT SFBR MORTICE 54.11 KB 1001.53 KB 189.90 KB
TWINBOLT SFBR NON MORTICE
TWINBOLT SFBR NON MORTICE 52.25 KB 2.80 MB 532.59 KB
  • Top lock rod is easily adjusted to suit standard and non standard door heights
  • Impressive 22mm lock throw range
  • Optional extras include Twinbolt handle and Routing Cover Strip
  • The new and improved Twinbolt locking system has been designed for use with P C Henderson’s Securefold range of folding door hardware.

Locking System

As an alternative to flush bolts, Twinbolt features top and bottom throw rods which are operated by one simple turn to engage two points of locking. The kit includes lock rods, connecting pins, shoot bolts, cover plate, lock box and pin location blocks.

Accessories

A number of accessories are available to enhance the system including a routing cover strip (available in black, white and brown) and a satin handle kit to complete the system (please see accessories).

Please note: This is a made to order item, delivery date will be provided upon order confirmation.

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