Dead bolts for the GU Ferco 3 28mm Rhino Europa door lock with backset multipoint lock mechanism and two deadbolts. Inbound bolts with bolt centers 570mm to the top and 660mm to the bottom.
GU Ferco Europa uPVC Door Lock 3 Inbound Dead Bolt 28mm Backset 92pz
GU Ferco Europa UPVC Door Lock 3 Inbound Deadbolts 28mm Backset 92mm PZ
- Spindle to Key: 92mm
- Backset: 28mm
- Op Type: Lever/Lever
- Locking Points: 2 Deadbolts
- Faceplate Dimension: 16mm
What You Will Receive:
1 X Full length locking mechanism
This product is a straight replacement for the discontinued GU lock. The center latch and deadbolt keeps may need to be adjusted slightly to accommodate the new lock, but this should only take a couple of screws to be reinstalled. The overall length of the lock faceplate depicted (OL: in attached exact dimensions file) is simply reduced with a sawing at the ends to fit the length of your own personal door.
Inbound bolts with bolt centers 570mm to the top and 660mm to the bottom.
If not needed or required, the teeth behind the faceplate can be ignored because they will not cause any problems.
N:B If your door is very old, you may notice that the original GU top and bottom dead bolt locks were much thinner than the new kind pictured, which has a tapered broader bolt that may grind on the existing keep. If this is the case, you could file the keep aperture wider to allow it, or you could use the wider GU keep plates that are now available to fit the locks. Our part number is 390. (GU Ferco Hook Dead Bolt Door Keep Striker To Suit Europa Locks).
What Do Inbound and Outbound Bolts Mean?
Simply put, it is industry jargon for the top and bottom deadbolt locations. I.e., the inbound bolts are closer together, allowing the entire length of the door lock to be made significantly shorter, and this lock is frequently (but not exclusively) found on shorter height doors. The outbound deadbolts are wider apart, indicating that the lock is used on a more typical height door because the bolts are closer to the top and bottom of the door. You should compare the detailed dimension drawing to your existing lock system for a better fit match. Both door lock types function identically and are actuated by elevating or lowering the door handle lever.