Mortice Locks

A mortice lock is a lock that is fitted inside the door and has a flush finish rather than surface-mounted. These locks offer better security against intruders. Mortice locks have several lever variations: a 2, 3, 5, or 7 lever mechanism, the higher the number of “levers” the more difficult the lock is to “pick” and the more secure it will be. The deadlocks on a mortice lock also mean that if a burglar breaks in through one of your windows they can not escape through the door, as long as you have not left the key in the lock on the inside.

There are 2 main types of mortice locks Sashlocks and Deadlocks


 This type of lock features a lock, latch and handle so you can open and close the door without it closing and locking behind you. These locks tend to be installed on back doors.


 Deadlocks are mainly used on entrance doors to buildings. they are fitted inside the door and work with a key turning the locking mechanism without the key the door cannot be opened so this is a great deterrent for thieves 

Frequently asked questions

 What is the difference between a sash lock and a deadlock?

 A sash lock has a bolt and a latch, a deadlock uses a keyhole and a bolt

 How do you identify if a 5 lever mortice lock conforms to BS3624?

  • Kitemark Engraved 

  • Number of levers engraved

  • Standard number engraved

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Description Prix Lock Mechanism Number of Levers Differs Forend Finish Case Height Case Depth Forend Dimensions Forend Height Forend Width Standards Met Case Material
N° de stock RS 436-4998
Référence fabricantB159PB
15,24 €
Lever 2 24 Brass 102mm 64mm 152 x 22mm 152mm 22mm - Steel
N° de stock RS 491-3225
Référence fabricant5410.60.S.SS
27,03 €
Cylinder - - Stainless Steel 165mm 93mm 235 x 20mm 235mm 20mm - Steel
N° de stock RS 491-3231
Référence fabricant5420.60.S.SS
34,96 €
Cylinder - - Stainless Steel 165mm 93mm 235 x 20mm 235mm 20mm - Steel