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Latitude Reversible Privacy Door Leverset Featuring a New Contemporary Design
Featuring the security and quality you expect from Schlage in new sleek contemporary styles that are ideal for residential and multifamily properties.
Interior Screws are Exposed, Exterior Screws are concealed
Interior Lever Locks by Push Button (not a thumbturn)
Modern design with clean lines created to fit the needs of the growing contemporary market
Designed to coordinate with contemporary plumbing and lighting fixtures
BHMA Grade 2 product performance ensures superior security
Schlage entrance locks have a turn button on the inside and are designed to stay locked unless turn button lock is disengaged by the user. Schlage privacy locks have a push button lock on the interior which is disengaged when the lever is turned from the inside.
Unit is non handed and is field reversible.
Faceplates (Part 16-080): Supplied with 1/4" Round Corner and Drive-In Faceplates
Strike Plates (Part 10-027): Supplied with a Round Strike with Dimensions of 2-1/4" x 1-5/8"
Does this set include 2 handles for both sides of the door?
A. The Schlage F40-LAT does come with both an interior and exterior lever.
How does this lock and unlock?
A. The Schlage F40-LAT is a privacy latch that locks on the inside with a thumb turn.
What kind of locking mechanism does this product have on the inside of the door?
A. The Schlage F40-LAT has a push-button locking mechanism.
What is a door latch and what are the differences between the three that are offered for this product? How do I know what type of door latch to order? Thanks.
A. A door latch is the tubular "tongue" mechanism that engages the doors jamb to prevent open/closing of the door without turning the handle. For your faceplate, look at the groove cut into the edge of the door for the faceplate. If it has rounded corners, you will need a round corner latch. Similarly, square corners on your groove will need a square corner latch. If there is no groove, you need a drive-in latch that does not come with a faceplate at all.
Does this come with the little plate that fits in the frame?
A. The Schlage F40-LAT is a complete and working handle set.
In case of emergency,can it open from the outside?
A. The Schlage F40-LAT has a pin hole for exterior opening.
to use for a bathroom door, locking, do you have to order 2 handles?
A. The Schlage F40-LAT is a privacy set and comes with both handles.
What is the drive in latch type? How is it different from the square one?
A. The "drive-in" latch type is just the latch without the square faceplate around it. The Drive-In is only used on doors that do not have anything bored for the faceplates. If you go to the home page of Handlesets.com, go to "Learn More" on the banner, and select "Door Hardware 101", you will see pictures of the three latch types. There is also other useful information about door hardware.
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