Zoo Hardware British Standard 5 Lever Security Sashlock

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From £18.02 Inc. VAT RRP £22.34 Inc. VAT

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British Standard 5 Lever High Security Sashlock. Part of our Zoo Hardware range of Locks, well recognized for their quality and design.

We recommend this Sashlock for all exterior doors as it provides a high level of security. The latch is operated by a handle or knob, and the lock is operated by one complete turn of the key. Suitable for sprung and unsprung applications.

This lock conforms to British Standard BS3621 and Fire Certification FD30/60 requirements. It also meets or exceeds the levels often specified by Home Insurance companies. Not to be confused with other cheaper locks that do not meet British Standard criteria.

Supplied in SINGLES complete with matching Strike Plate, Screws and 2 Solid Brass Keys.

Also available in Keyed Alike.

ZBSR01 Rebate kits to suit this lock are also available to order. Rebate kits are for double doors which have been cut, or 'rebated' into one another. Click here for a link to further information on rebate kits if you think you may need one.


Applicable to all
Case Height - 112mm
Forend - 166mm x 26mm
Lock Centres - 57mm

Backset - 45mm

Backset - 57mm

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NEXT DAY DELIVERY (on orders placed before 1pm)

NOTE: If your order contains a mix of products they will be despatched altogether. The delivery will be determined by the product with the longest delivery time. For more info see delivery page.

Customer Reviews

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The Zoo 5 lever sashlock was all I hoped with good greasing in advance of fitting, excellent addition of plastic spacers that benefitted the rebate option (rarely provided) and a well-machined fit for the rebate kit to the original. A robust black coating was offered to the screws for the black forends I opted for. Eurospec's hinges' screws in black are not! Not that Morehandles sell them. One slight niggle is that the apertures in the lock, for the through-bolting of the levers, were not compartmentalised. So any drilling debris dropped into the workings of the sash lock's bolt below. For me, the debris fouled the mechanism and the bolt was unable to retract, whilst the door was in place! I couldn't get the door unlocked basically. You could say I learned a lesson that I ought to remove any Zoo sashlock, in the future, before drilling the bolt-through holes. Still, I have seen tubular latches with this compartmentalising. So perhaps Zoo might consider it as an update to their pattern in sashlocks. Impressed overall though. Paul of Borehamwood.

3 months ago

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