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Types of Doorknobs

Backset
Backset

The backset is the distance from the edge of the door to the center of the 2-1/8-inch bore hole. In the United States, there are two common backsets for residential door locks: 2 3/8 inches and 2 3/4 inches. Pack your locks with a 2-3/8-inch or 2-3/4-inch latch, depending on which backset you specify. Dummy sets have no latch and are surface-mounted so you can install a dummy set wherever you choose on the door.

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Ball Catch
Ball Catch

Ball Catch door hardware is generally used on closet doors where a latch is not used or needed. The ball catch is mounted on the top of the door recessed in a hole drilled on the top surface. A strike plate is mounted on the door jamb where the spring loaded ball will catch and hold the door closed.

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Bore or Bore Hole
Bore or Bore Hole

Standard door preparation for a door with both a door knob and a deadbolt have two sets of bore holes and cross bores stacked on top of each other at 5 1/2" from center to center (like the diagram shown on the left) It should have the exact preparation for the deadbolt, as the knob below with a 2 1/8" diameter bore hole and 1" cross bore.

Cam Locks
Cam Locks

Shop WWHardware's wide selection of cam locks and fasteners for styles like pin & disc tumbler, double formed and pad-lockable. Order today for 24-hour shipping!

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Deadbolt
Deadbolt

All deadbolt locks should be made of solid steel, bronze, or brass; die-cast materials are not fashioned for great impact and could break apart. Strongest: vertical and double cylinder deadbolt locks The main weakness of any horizontal deadbolt lock is that it is possible for an intruder to pry the door apart from the jamb or its strike plate ...

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Deadbolts
Deadbolts

Door with two locks, one in the doorknob and a separate deadbolt. A dead bolt, deadbolt or dead lock is a locking mechanism distinct from a spring bolt lock because a deadbolt cannot be moved to the open position except by rotating the key.

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Door Stops
Door Stops

Shop door bumpers & stops in the door hardware section of Lowes.com. Find quality door bumpers & stops online or in store. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation final day - 10% off for all lowe's cardholders.

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Euro Profile Cylinders
Euro Profile Cylinders

Profile knob cylinder Profile knob cylinder with Euro profile Profile cylinders with knob are delivered in series with knob shape Z, nickel pearl finish. Further knob shapes and finishes are available on demand. Due to our 14 mm core diameter it is possible to realize complex locking systems for inner and outdoor areas.

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Knob Locks
Knob Locks

Maker of SmartKey and Kevo Smart Lock, Kwikset is an industry leader and innovator in home safety with keyless entry and re-keying technology for residential and commercial door hardware. Kwikset specializes in locks, door hardware, front door handlesets, deadbolts and door knobs from Kwikset.

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Latch Mechanism
Latch Mechanism

Quick Answer. The main parts of a door lock include the knob, the dead latch, the rose insert, the strike plate and the key. Technically, only the inside of a knob is directly related to the locking mechanism.

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Lever Handle Locks
Lever Handle Locks

Interior and exterior door lever handles are available in a variety of styles and finishes, from Schlage.

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Padlocks
Padlocks

The Lever lock door handle on a backplate is another type of door handle which operates similarly to the lever latch door handle. This type of handle on a backplate consists of a lever and just below it, a key hole cut. This allows a key to be inserted into the door to control a mortice sash lock.

Rim/Mortise Locks
Rim/Mortise Locks

WHAT IS A RIM LOCK OR RIM LATCH? When shopping for door furniture you need to consider the lock or latching mechanism. Below we explain about Rim Locks and Rim Latches. For information about mortise locks and latches please go to our posting What is a Mortise Lock or Mortise Latch?

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Wall Mounted Locks
Wall Mounted Locks

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