A mortise lock requires a pocket (the mortise) to be cut into the door or piece of furniture in which the lock is to be fitted. It includes the lock body installed inside the mortise cut-out in the door, and the lock trim and cylinder which are installed out the outside of the door.
Corbin Mortise Locks are designed to meet the rigors of high-traffic commercial, institutional, industrial and government applications. The thru-bolted trim design allows for proper alignment and increased security. The case is constructed of chrome plated heavy-gauge steel.
Sargent Mortise Locks are certified to exceed Grade 1 operation and security with all standard trims. The case is 12 gauge heavy-duty wrought steel, zinc dichromated plated, the hubs are cold forged steel, and are easily reversible.
Schlage Mortise Locks are designed for offices, schools, hospitals, hotels, commercial/industrial buildings as well as residences. They have independent heavy-duty spring cages for effective lever support, thru-bolted mechanism for positive interlock to door, and have a free-wheeling lever which eliminates the ability to stand or exert excessive force on the end of the lever to resist vandalism.
Ilco Old Style Mortise Locks are designed to be a reproduction of the mortise locks in homes and other buildings. They are available as a complete set with knobs, spindle, lock body, escutcheon, strike, screws and keys. Replacement “Crystal” glass knobs, brass knobs, etc. are also available.