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Anti-Panic | Emergency door opening mortise lock for cylinder latch protrusion 16mm complete stainless steel (304) anti-piracy on board (ISPS) | GSV-No. 3816 APZ

SKU: 3816 APZ

Other optional Features

Optional - handle hub square position 0°

Optional - latch strike protection through POM insert

Optional - beveled faceplate

Optional - individual faceplate design

Optional - strongest handle rentention force

The handle retention springs are adjusted to handles according to the shipbuilding standard.

For handles deviating in dimensions and weight from that standard, the spring design for the highest available spring force can be applied by default.

The request for this spring force has to be explicitly stated.

Optional - Faceplate Radius 10

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Description

Antipanic mortise lock for cylinder
GSV-No. 3816 APZ
without cylinder / strike plate
complete stainless steel
not to be used together with thumbturn-cylinders

Additional information
Weight N/A
HS-Code

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Note on express dispatch | 24 delivery serviceNote on express dispatch | 24 delivery service

Each item with a stock quantity can be dispatched within 24 hours. The surcharge for the 24h delivery service is 5%.

DIN EN ISO 9001:2015 management certificate
2° incline of the square in the handle hub

The 2° incline is specified by the shipbuilding norm DIN

Anti-Panic | Emergency door opening mortise lock for cylinder latch protrusion 16mm complete stainless steel (304) anti-piracy on board (ISPS) | GSV-No. 3816 APZ

Note on chemical hazardous substances

Our products do not contain the following chemical hazardous substances:

Substance
Asbestos
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
Halons
Other fully halogenated CFCs
Carbon tetrachloride
1-1-1-Trichloroethane
Hydrochlorofluorocarbons
Hydrobromofluorocarbons
Methyl bromide
Bromochloromethane
Anti-fouling systems containing organotin compounds as a biocide
Cadmium and cadmium compounds
Hexavalent chromium and hexavalent chromium compounds
Lead and lead compounds
Mercury and mercury compounds
Polybrominated biphenyl (PBBs)
Polybrominated dephenyl ethers (PBDEs)
Polychloronaphthalenes (Cl >= 3)
Radioactive substances
Certain shortchain chlorinated paraffins
Perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS)
Brominated Flame Retardant (HBCDD)
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FAQ – Handings | essential components | essential dimensions of a lock

What are the general handings of a door?

Answer: Mortises

The hand of door for mortise locks is defined as:

if the door is closed and the hinges are visible on the right/left, then the door is right/left hand. The door is therefore hinged on the right/left and according by definition of DIN right/left.

Or: if you grasp the handle with your right hand and latch and deadbolt show to the left, then it is right hand. If you grasp the handle with your left hand latch and deadbolt show to the right, it is a left hand.



Rim locks

The hand of door for rim locks is defined as:

if the door is closed and the hinges are visible on the right/left, then the door is right /left hand. The door is therefore hinged on the right/left and according to the definition DIN “right/left".

In addition to the designation “left” and “right”, it is to be indicated whether the locks are intended for inward or outward opening doors.



Sliding door mortises

The hand of door for sliding door mortises is the same for right and left. Sliding rim door locks different for left and right doors.

When ordering, always indicate “left” or “right”.

What are the essential components of a lock?

Answer:

Latch

The lock latch keeps the door shut. In order to open the door, it must be retracted.
Type of latch design Illustration
single latch
anti-vibration or three-piece latch
rolling latch adjustable
POM-latch for strike dampening


Deadbolt

The deadbolt regulates the access rights through the turning motion of the cylinder by key. The deadbolt is being driven out or retracted through the turning motion.
Faceplate

The faceplate is the visible part of the lock case. The faceplate, the latch and the deadbolt are the only visible parts of a mortise.
Handle hub

The handle hub takes the square spindle of the handle in order to retract the latch inside the lock through the turning motion of the same. This process allows the opening of the door.

The shipbuilding norm specifies a 9mm square with a 2° incline. Schwepper supplies also with 8mm square, special contour or 0° incline on request.
WC-/privacy hub

The WC hub takes the square spindle of the olive or thumb turn, that retracts or drives out the deadbolt from the inside - analogue to the turning motion of the cylinder.

The shipbuilding norm specifies a 7mm square. Schwepper supplies also with 8mm square on request.

What are the essential dimensions of a lock?

Answer:

Dimension Illustration
Backset

The backset is the distance from the front edge of the faceplate to the center of the cylinder hole respectively handle hub square.

The rear backset behind the center line remains always 27mm.
Distancing

The distancing is the dimension from the center of the handel hub and the center of the hole for profile cylinder / privacy (WC) / key.

The industry standard in shipbuilding is 75mm.
Latch protrusion

The latch protrudes according to the industrial DIN standard in shibuilding 14mm.

Other technical standards for latch protrusion are:

16 mm according to DOT (Department of Transportation)
19 mm according to USCG (US Coast Guard)

Is there a document including all the above information?

Answer:

Type of lock Illustration (click to download as PDF)
Mortise latch locks
Mortise WC or toilet door locks
Mortise locks for EURO profile cylinder

Why shipbuilding should not use land based locks…
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