1006 Collection Faceplate for HES 1006 Series Electric Strikes for Mortise Locksets with 1 Inch Deadbolt Without Deadlatch in Wood Application
1006 Series faceplate to customize the functionality of the HES 1006 electric strike. Allows for mortise locksets with 1 inch deadbolt without deadlatch in wood application.
The 1006 Electric Strike Series is the strongest and most versatile electric strike available. It meets or exceeds every standard developed for electric strikes. With twenty-seven faceplate options, the 1006 can accommodate virtually every type of lockset on the market.
- For use with mortise locksets with a normally extended 1" deadbolt without a deadlatch in wood frame applications.
- Compatible locksets:
- Latchbolt and deadbolt are released by a single keeper.
- The keeper is held open to recapture the latchbolt and deadbolt, and the deadlatch is engaged when the door is closed.
- Not LBM/LBSM compatible.
- Dimensions: 9" x 1-3/8"
Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, HES is a leading manufacturer of electric strikes and locking devices for the access control industry. They are committed to providing electromechanical locking solutions and support that create safety, security and peace of mind for their customers.
Additional HES Links
This HES item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- HES A2BLK
- HES A2605
- HES A2629
Bright Stainless Steel
- HES A2613
- HES A2606
- HES A2612
- HES A2630
Satin Stainless Steel
*Discontinued model or finish
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