Window lock


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Window lock

A hardware device that locks a window in a closed position; most often a sash lock

sash lock

2. A sash fast controlled by a key.
3. An upright mortised lock.
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What's clear, though, is that now is the time to go shopping for window locks.
Maintenance crews in private high-rise buildings are installing safety locks to prevent windows from opening more than 15 centimetres in concert with Sharjah Civil Defence inspectors who are visiting flats to ensure new window locks meet Sharjah Building Code revisions introduced in late 2015.
"We moved in nine months ago and I pleaded with Whitefriars to get us some window locks fitted and a radiator moved in Leo's bedroom because he could climb up it and open a window," said Corie.
Jackie Larner The council refused to fit me window locks for fire safety but within 24 hours they fitted a catch so the windows wouldn't open fully enough to fit a human through but if there was a fire it would have easily opened.
Cheltenham-headquartered Securistyle, with a staff of 205 employees, offers friction hinges, handles and window locks. The firm is anticipated to achieve sales of GBP21m (USD33m/EUR25m) this year.Country: , UKSector: Machinery/EngineeringTarget: Securistyle Group Holdings LimitedBuyer: Assa Abloy ABType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
Securistyle specialises in window hardware and locks, supplying products such as friction hinges, handles and window locks. Three quarters of its products are sold in the UK and the rest are sold in various export markets.
"We are asking residents to please keep your home secure, use door and window locks especially when you go to bed and keep valuables out of sight."
Door and window locks are fixed in a similar way, so once you've successfully fitted one lock, the rest should be a doddle!
Window locks. As well as keeping people out, window locks are also helpful to keep little ones in.
It will provide free door locks, window locks, personal attack alarms and other safety devices, as well as crime prevention advice and information.
As sturdy deadbolts and reliable window locks have become more common, some crooks have learned that the easiest way to get into a house is to ring the doorbell.
* Lock all external doors and use window locks where possible;