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Zephyr 1730 ADA Vertical Dead Bolt Key Lock

16.85 $16.85

Factory Availability: In stock

Lead Time: 2 Week Lead Time

FEATURES

  • The only mechanical built-in locker lock that meets ADA requirements
  • Supervisory key control
  • Each lock supplied with 3 keys
  • For use on lift-latch/multi-point style lockers that normally operate with a 1930 Vertical Dead Bolt lock
  • All Key Locks have a 5 year warranty from time of shipment
  • 72 hour shipping available

APPLICATIONS

  • Developed as an affordable solution to the current high cost of meeting the 5% requirement of ADA compliant lockers in schools
  • Designed to work on lockers with lift latch mechanisms utilizing a mechanical operation
  • No twisting of the wrist or more than 5 lbs. of force to operate as required in sec. 4.27.4 of the ADA’s Accessibility Guidelines for Building and Facilities
  • User-operated by simply inserting the key to unlock, then lifting the handle of the locker door; to lock the user only needs to close the door and remove the key

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Part # 1730
Manufacturer Zephyr Locks

FEATURES

  • The only mechanical built-in locker lock that meets ADA requirements
  • Supervisory key control
  • Each lock supplied with 3 keys
  • For use on lift-latch/multi-point style lockers that normally operate with a 1930 Vertical Dead Bolt lock
  • All Key Locks have a 5 year warranty from time of shipment
  • 72 hour shipping available

APPLICATIONS

  • Developed as an affordable solution to the current high cost of meeting the 5% requirement of ADA compliant lockers in schools
  • Designed to work on lockers with lift latch mechanisms utilizing a mechanical operation
  • No twisting of the wrist or more than 5 lbs. of force to operate as required in sec. 4.27.4 of the ADA’s Accessibility Guidelines for Building and Facilities
  • User-operated by simply inserting the key to unlock, then lifting the handle of the locker door; to lock the user only needs to close the door and remove the key

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