Multipoint locks are increasing in popularity over traditional single-point locking of deadlocks and sashlocks, with products now available for wooden, composite and even metal doors. With this in mind it's essential to ensure you're making the right multipoint lock choice when purchasing.
Different Types of Multipoint Locks
There are countless variations and makes of multipoint locks made by such companies as Wink Haus, era, Avocet, Fullex, mila, Fuhr, GU, Millenco and many more.
To identify your existing system you need to remove it from the door and look for any makers name and numbers usually stamped on the central lock case.
On a sectional system this will identify the lock case but not the bolt system, hook bolts, rollers, shoot bolts, shoot pins and vertical shoot bolts.
The most important measurements are from the handle center to the key profile center and the measurement from the edge of the case to the center of the cylinder hole.
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Popular Multipoint Locks
The Replacement BS3621 Euro Profile Cylinder meets insurance requirements when fitted to any multipoint lock mechanism