Espagnolette bolts - source?


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dom

Hi - I'm looking for a source to buy built-in espagnolette bolts/locks
for a set of double chapel doors(2.2m high) - surface mount ones I can
find - I want the type that can be set into routed out rebate in a set
of new oak doors.

Anyone know a source?
 
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The Medway Handyman

Hi - I'm looking for a source to buy built-in espagnolette bolts/locks
for a set of double chapel doors(2.2m high) - surface mount ones I can
find - I want the type that can be set into routed out rebate in a set
of new oak doors.

Anyone know a source?
Google search for espagnolette bolts brings up 980 hits.

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Dave
The Medway Handyman
www.medwayhandyman.co.uk
01634 717930
07850 597257
 
D

dom

Google search for espagnolette bolts brings up 980 hits.

Thanks - but all the ones on the first few pages are surface mount
window espagnolettes - apart from one in China that does actually list
the kind of thing I need - built-in espagnolettes for a final exit door.
 
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Andy Dingley

Hi - I'm looking for a source to buy built-in espagnolette bolts/locks
for a set of double chapel doors(2.2m high)
Talk to a smith and get them made.
 
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Rob Morley

Hi - I'm looking for a source to buy built-in espagnolette bolts/locks
for a set of double chapel doors(2.2m high) - surface mount ones I can
find - I want the type that can be set into routed out rebate in a set
of new oak doors.
Wouldn't that be quite easy to make? I'd have thought all you'd need is
square bar for the bolts, a bit of steel plate for an actuating cam, and
a handle.
 
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Chris

Hi - I'm looking for a source to buy built-in espagnolette bolts/locks
for a set of double chapel doors(2.2m high) - surface mount ones I can
find - I want the type that can be set into routed out rebate in a set
of new oak doors.

Anyone know a source?
Did a lot of searching for a source for this a few months back - found that
Yale do a multipoint espagnolette type system . I've just had a couple of
sets fitted and they work well.
http://www.yalelock.com/epibrowser/Yale UK DWS/Product Catalog/Sect
1%20Multipoint_G2000.pdf

See http://www.yalelock.com/Yale/Templates/LocalSearch.aspx?id=2764 for
other options

Got them from T.F. Sampson in Stowmarket 01449-613535 - not cheap - over
£350 for a set for a double doors.

HTH

Chris.
 
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pen

You can also buy direct from Yale, they will deliver anywhere in the UK
for about £8. We have them fitted on the balcony doors of our flat
and they work quite well. They can also come with a centre hook or two
which grab the other door and help to protect against warping. The
standard sizes can be cut down (due to a builder's total cockup we had
to have this done).
http://www.yalelock.com/Yale/Templates/FolderList____5391.aspx will
bring up pdf catalogues.

Yale do various handles in two spindle cross sections, 7mm and 8mm. I
would advise you to go for 8mm throughout as 7mm seems to be available
mostly as (more expensive) special order. Guess which were fitted here
- Taylor Woodrow must have had a job lot kicking about. Cranked
handles generally offer more room for fingers. Chrome finishes cost
about 25% more than brass.

Pen
 
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Thank you for all tips, I am at the moment searching for the same type of products.
 

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