Baldwin 6976, Contemporary Mortise Minneapolis Handleset with 5190 Lever
The Minneapolis Mortise Handleset was made to grace the front door of a modern home in a big city; but even if you don't live in an urban landscape, this modern handleset is perfect to bring Minneapolis glamour to any home. It is available as a single cylinder, double cylinder, or full dummy set. This Contemporary Mortise Minneapolis Handleset with 5190 Lever is available in a huge selection of modern finishes.
Mortise locks have been, and still are, the established norm for Europe and much of the rest of the world. In the early 1960’s Baldwin brought residential mortise locks to America. They ‘founded’ the residential mortise industry and continue to be the leader – so much so that their competitors have bought Baldwin locks for their own homes.
Features of the Modern 6976 Minneapolis Door Entrance Handle:
- Solid forged brass for maximum strength and durability.
- Heavy duty steel mortise lock body for a lifetime of trouble-free operation.
- Mortise locks have adjustable forged brass lock fronts, protected by armored scalp fronts for ultimate strength and protection against tampering.
- Forged brass and steel mechanical.
- Locks and strikes fit standard ANSI A115.1 preparation .
- Reinforced steel security strike with three inch screws.
- Anti friction latch bolt with 3/4” throw.
- 1” throw deadbolt has two hardened steel inserts for maximum protection and security.
- 7mm hub broached on the diamond
- Certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for use on fire doors up to three-hour rating.
- Lifetime Limited Warranty on workmanship, materials, and operation.
Specifications of the Contemporary Estates Collection Minneapolis Handleset:
When Selecting a Function:
- Full Dummy Set: Trim for non-working doors. It does not latch and does not lock. Usually used as matching trim for the non-working side of double doors.
- Single Cylinder: From the exterior, a thumb piece operates the handleset latch and a key operated the deadbolt. From the inside, a thumbturn unlocks the deadbolt and a lever operates the latch.
- Double Cylinder: From the exterior, a thumb piece operates handleset latch; while from the interior, it is operated by a lever. The deadbolt is operated by a key from both the inside and the outside.