5" Backset Link for 2-3/4" Backset Latch from the X Collection
A spring latch is used for a locks; attaching to the body of the lock. The spring latch portion houses the throw. When you need a tough, reliable lock that can also withstand the corrosive conditions of a marine environment you need a Falcon X Series lock with Falcons XC construction. The XC option provides a stainless steel and non-ferrous constructed chassis that, when paired with stainless steel trim, provides a Grade 1 lock that is resistant to corrosion when exposed to moisture and salt. This full knob line features an interchangeable core that can be removed for quick, easy re-keying. Falcon's interchangeable cores are compatible with SFIC products from other manufacturers. And they’re backed by one of the best names in the business.
For over 40 years Falcon Lock has been manufacturing reliable lock hardware. Their reputation and commitment to providing a high quality product at a reasonable price with timely delivery has been rewriting the standard in their industry. Falcon has one of the most extensive lines available on the market today- with a choice of functions and applications to meet and outreach the most demanding requirements. They continue to keep a pulse on our market by working closely with various agencies and organizations, such as ANSI/BHMA, who are responsible for the writing of specifications and standards. This allows them to improve and meet the needs of a changing market with reliable and flexible locks, delivered on time, exactly when you need them.
- For Use with Falcon X Series Locks
Additional Falcon Links
Our SKU: Falcon A22161-005-00
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Falcon A22161-005-00 Product Specifications
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