armored front

armored front

[′är·mərd ′frənt]
(design engineering)
A lock front used on mortise locks that consists of two plates, the underplate and the finish plate.

armored front

In builders” hardware, a lock front which consists of two plates: the under plate (an unfinished plate fastened to the case) and the finish plate (a plate which covers the cylinder setscrews, thus protecting them from tampering, and which is fastened to the under plate); used on mortise locks.
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