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San Carlos Single Cylinder Keyed Entry Wrought Steel Monolithic Handleset
Emtek's single cylinder handlesets use traditional American locks complete with a variety of trim styles, handcrafted from authentic materials. The handleset is operated by a key from the exterior, and a thumbturn from the interior. The door is opened from the exterior by a metal handle with thumb grip, and by your choice of a variety of knob and lever options from the interior. Uncompromisingly rugged and beautifully crafted, these locks are suitable for the very finest homes.
From the blacksmith's anvil, Emtek's Wrought Steel handlesets add beauty and character to any home. Wrought Steel handles are hot forged, distressed and relieved to achieve an appearance of graceful wear. Make a dramatic decorating statement with these handcrafted designs. The Wrought Steel Collection's knob / lever handles are supported by springs mounted behind the rosettes and sideplates, which return the handles back to the rest position and prevent lever sag. The latches are heavy-duty die cast construction, with strong internal springs, solid brass nose bolts, and sintered metal cams. A plastic bushing located in the joint between the handle and the rosette ensures a friction-free wear surface, preventing metal from bearing on metal and providing smooth, long-lasting operation. Handles are positively connected to rosettes with a permanent clip. Each has a set screw which eliminates "handle wobble" when tightened. Emtek's threaded tubes are machined brass to ensure good threads and prevent corrosion.
- Standard Door Prep
- Schlage C Keyway
- Hand Forged Wrought Steel Trim
- Height: 17"
- Width: 2-9/16"
- Projection: 3"
- Material: Wrought Steel
- Door Thickness: 1-5/8" to 3" (please specify)
- Backset: 2-3/8" or 2-3/4"
Emtek is dedicated to bringing interesting, well made hardware back into American homes. Emtek's mission is to satisfy the higher expectations of today's homeowners with regard to door locks. They strive to provide a broad and interesting range of products that consumers can use as elements of decor, and not just as a way to latch a door.