door bolt

door bolt

door bolt
A manually operated sliding rod or bar attached to a door for locking it; a spring is not part of the locking mechanism.
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Tenders are invited for Swing Door Bolt Eye To Irs Drg.
However, if the shed has glazed windows that could be smashed, or a door bolt or hinges that could be unscrewed, it won't be secure without modifications.
With connected door locks, a mere touch of your finger, smartphone or key fob locks or unlocks the front door bolt, and gives you activity alerts so you can monitor who's coming and going.
The men tried to claim that they had been locked into the premises but, said Mr Egan, a police officer noted that access could be gained to the outside world by simply sliding a door bolt from within the premises.
However, if the shed has glazed windows that could be smashed, for example, or a door bolt that could be unscrewed, it won't be secure without modifications.
the ground and should have locks However, if the shed has glazed windows that could be smashed, for example, or a door bolt that could be unscrewed, it won't be secure without modifications.
The eight-year-old, winner of the Jewson Novices' Handicap Chase at last year's festival, was pulled out after injuring his jaw on a door bolt in the racecourse stables.
The door bolt is then engaged, enabling the control key to be removed, and thereby securing the area.
In their installations, the solenoid-operated door bolt meshed with recessed receptacles beneath the doors, but again, the doors had been hung with sufficient space beneath them for me to insert the tip of my ballpoint pen into the gap and under the bolt.
Tenders are invited for Swing Door Bolt Without Block As Per Drg No Wd-90030-S-66 Alt.
PC Richard Hughes said a front door bolt was "snapped" and that "force had been used to open the door.
Would-be entrepreneurs make their pitches for innovations including a clothes dryer that protects washing from rain, water-powered batteries and a new type of door bolt.