mortise lock

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mortise lock

[′mȯrd·əs ‚läk]
(design engineering)
A lock designed to be installed in a mortise rather than on a door's surface.

mortise lock

mortise lock
A lock designed to be installed in a mortise rather than applied to a door’s surface.
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To reinforce a mortice lock against forced entry, fix metal plates to the area around it on both sides of the door.
There are natural beech internal doors with contemporary chrome ironmongery and properties are secured with a five lever mortice lock door and NACOSS approved intruder alarm.
He had told Mrs Tysoe not to turn the mortice lock on his door and but it was builders working on his property who had double-locked the door - not Mrs Tysoe.
He gave the following advice: l Secure all doors and use a five-lever mortice lock.
A safe believed to have been taken in the burglary is described as 3ft by 2ft by 2ft in size, rusty, coloured green-grey with a brass plate and mortice lock on the front.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Door Handles For Mortice Lock: Handle Type Anodised extruded Aluminium handles for Mortice lock of Godrej,Everite, or other equivalent make confirming to latest IS 4992 and with fixtures , fittings like door handle (90 +/-5 mm), sprocket, connecting rod, plate spring,retaining strip,cadmium plated screws of appropriate size etc.
Your back door should be fitted with a five-lever mortice lock deadlock.
Make sure the main entry/exit door has a five lever mortice lock to British standard 3621 -look for the kite mark.
Fit your front door with a mortice lock that carries the British Standard Kitemark as well as rack bolts top and bottom, a viewer and a door chain.
Leigh Savage, 23, of Jardine Crescent, Tile Hill, was the victim of the crime in August last year when the mortice lock, frame and door itself were damaged beyond repair.
Burglar got into garden shed by breaking mortice lock and stole lawnmower.
Securing doors A front door should be fitted with a mortice lock that carries the British Standard kitemark, rack bolts top and bottom, a viewer and door chain.