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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Her plans required all her time and attention, she said; she was about to depart for some unknown bourne; and all day long she stayed in her own room, her door bolted within, filling trunks, emptying drawers, burning papers, and holding no communication with any one.
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.
PC Richard Hughes said a front door bolt was "snapped" and that "force had been used to open the door."
A spokesman for Barclays said the problem was caused by a "faulty door bolt" and not human error.
The door bolt is then engaged, enabling the control key to be removed, and thereby securing the area.
Request for quotations : Door bolt, door hinges, door closer, window reducer
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.
The witness described how the teenager tried to smash a chain securing the skip's door bolt with a brick before running to get help from passing motorists and workers on Gateshead's Team Valley Retail Park.
His claim includes pounds 1.75 for a door bolt and pounds 25 for a garden trellis.
The blade is secured underneath the door bolt with Blutac, which makes it impossible for officers to detect.