Mortice locks: commonly referred to as 'Chubb' locks, Deadlocks or Sashlocks.
Mortice locks, commonly referred to as chubb locks. There are two main types, Deadlocks and Sashlocks. These have basically the same type of locking mechanism, the difference being that a deadlock does not have a handle operated latch (only key operated).
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) guidelines require all final exit doors to be fitted with 5-lever mortice locks (or equivalent) conforming to BS 3621 and marked with the BS kitemark.
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