Acorn WT7BI, 13-1/2" Warwick Single Cylinder Lockset
The 13-1/2" Warwick Single Cylinder Lockset is perfect for larger doors. The rough black iron finish of the Warwick Handleset duplicates that found on the ironwork of many old European castles and cathedrals by imitating the texture of naturally weathered of iron; and it is backed by a lifetime no rust warranty. It is made for 1-3/4" to 3" thick doors with 2-3/4" backsets. Perfect for restoration projects, this single cylinder handleset's deadbolt is operated by key from the exterior and a thumbturn from the interior; while the latchbolt underneath the deadbolt is operated by a thumbpiece from the both sides.
Unlike a simple tubular latch, this is a mortise lock. They are extremely durable and have a tighter clearance tolerance. You know it's a mortise lock when you hear that heavy, smooth, solid 'click' when the door closes shut.
Single Cylinder Handleset: A key operates the deadbolt from the exterior while a thumbturn operates it from the interior. The latch is operated by a thumbpiece from both the exterior and the interior.
Also Available Matching:
13-1/2" Warwick Dummy Handleset
13-1/2" Warwick Double Cylinder Mortise Handleset
Features of the 13-1/2" Warwick Single Cylinder Mortise Handleset:
- For exterior and interior use.
- Heavy gauge plated steel mortise case.
- Anti-friction brass latch bolt.
- The deadbolt is made of brass with hardened steel inserts.
- Package Includes: interior and exterior handle, thumbturn, cylinder, and all necessary mounting hardware.
- Lifetime Finish Warranty
Specification for the Acorn WT7BI Mortise Handleset:
- Finish: Rough Black Iron
- Exterior Cylinder Rose Length: 2-7/8"
- Exterior Cylinder Rose Width: 2-1/8"
- Exterior and Interior Handle Length: 13-1/2"
- Exterior and Interior Handle Width: 3-1/4"
- Door Thickness: 1-3/4" Standard, Optional up to 3" thick doors
- Backset: 2-3/4"
- Mortise: 8” x 1-1/4”
- Case: 6” x 3-5/8” x 15/16”
- Latch Bolt: 3/4” throw
- Deadbolt: 1” throw
- Strike: 4-7/8” ASA
- Thumb Turn Hubs: 3/16” on the diamond.
The handing actually refers to the mortise lock, rather than the knob. Click Here to Determine Handing