LSDA Grade 2 Lever Sets are designed for medium-duty commercial and heavy-duty residential exterior and interior doors for offices, medical, public buildings, retail and government buildings. They feature cold-rolled steel and zinc dichromate finish for rust and corrosion resistance, independent spring mechanisms for outside and inside levers prevent lever sag, optional thru-bolt posts, and have a 3 Hour UL/ULC fire rating.
- Complies with ANSI/BHMA A156.2-2003, series 4000 Grade 2 certified, UL 10C/UBC7-2 positive pressure
- Door Thickness: 1-3/8” to 2”
- Backset: 2-3/4”
- Latchbolt: UL listed 3 hour fire rated
- Handing: non-handed
- Strike: ANSI 4-7/8” x 1-1/4” ASA
- Warranty: 15 year limited mechanical warranty, and 1 year finish warranty
Vandal resistant “Clutch” lever in Entrance, Storeroom, and Classroom function
A lever lock with a clutch does not stay rigid when it is locked. The lever moves, just like it does when unlocked. However, it does not retract the latch. This “free-wheeling” feature absorbs torque and can extend the life of a lever lock.
- Cylinder: Schlage “C” 6 pin cylinder
- Compatible with many retrofit cylinders
Pushing and turning inside button locks outside lever requiring use of key until button is manually unlocked. Pushing inside button locks outside lever until unlocked with a key or inside lever is turned. Inside lever always retracts the latch.
Both levers always retract the latch.
Pushing inside button locks outside lever until inside lever is turned. Emergency tool can be used to unlock outside lever. Inside lever always retracts the latch.
Lever inside, always retracts latch. Blank plate outside.
Outside lever never retracts the latch. Entrance by key only. Inside lever always retracts the latch.
Outside lever is locked and unlocked with a key in the outside cylinder. The inside lever always retracts the latch.
Key in either lever locks or unlocks that lever.
Both levers always rigid. Key in either lever retracts latch.