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Brass and Steel Mortise Door Bolt 2 1/2" x 9/16" Case 1/2" Throw
This durable brass and steel mortise door bolt 2 1/2" x 9/16" case 1/2" throw has a brass oval turn know and escutcheon It also has a steel bolt for extra strength which will keep any door closed tightly.
Steel Bolt for Extra Strength Rack is Milled for Precision Fit with Pinion
Meets ANSI/BHMA A15616
Bolt Throw: 1/2"
Bolt Diameter: 1/2"
Backset: 1 3/4"
Strike: 1 3/4" X 7/8"
IVES has produced a full line of quality building hardware for over 120 years Throughout this time, IVES has adhered to the firm convictions of its founder, Hobart B Ives, that the success of a company is dependent on two major factors — product quality and customer service Today, IVES reputation is known for these core principles Emphasis is also placed on application flexibility and value IVES extensive hardware line includes a variety of pivots, flush bolts, push/pull handles, kick plates, doorstops, hinges and more
Is this satin nickel or shiny silver? Will this work on a hollow core door that is 1 5/16" thick?
A. The picture is a satin chrome finish. It is not offered in a polished nickel or chrome finish. Yes, this will work for a door thickness of 1-5/16"
Is there a way to get a mortice bolt that has an 18" bolt
The Ives S48B unfortunately doesn't come in a model with an 18 inch mortise.
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