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The lock set comprises of a 6 lever mortice lock with engraved door furniture incorporating an external indicator and emergency coin release
All locksets are supplied with one bow shaped handle key
It should be remembered that the RADAR lock is a basic system and is not designed as or intended for use as a high security lock Handing
Only two hands are required, as the latch bolt can be easily reversed for inward or outward opening doors
In order to comply with BS8300 the lever handle should be fitted between 800mm and 1050mm above the floor (900mm preferred) Operation
The door is opened from the outside, by use of the RADAR key, when the external indicator is white. Once inside, the door is locked by lifting the lever upwards, which changes the external indicator to red. (N.B. keys will not unlock door when the indicator shows red). On exiting, the door is opened by pushing the lever down, which also returns the external indicator to white
The RADAR (The Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation) promotes a U.K. national scheme, whereby specially manufactured locks are fitted to toilets and can only be operated using a RADAR key. These keys are available to disabled or registered blind people to enable them to access the facilities. This gives protection against vandalism or misuse, so that a clean functional toilet is available
Return to door safety lever handle to comply with BS8300
External indicator to show facilities are in use
External emergency coin release
Reversible latch bolt for inward or outward opening doors
Bolt through fixings to prevent lock being removed for the outside