G-U Cremona 3 Point Door Locking Gear with Bottom Shootbolt attachedDoes not include top Shootbolt or screws. To purchase as a kit with top shootbolt and screws included, see 4990330-KIT
Series: Europa - Cremona 3 Point Door Locking Gear with Bottom Shootbolt Only
Handle to Cylinder Spacing (Centers): 3-5/8 inch (92mm)
Cylinder: US-Cylinder system with a 90 degree turn of key or thumbturn.
Handle Position: Key below Handle (Europa)
Function: Shootbolt version: Shootbolt locks vertically at top and bottom of door panel
(Top Shootbolt SOLD Separately)
Backset: 2 inch (50mm)
Faceplate Width: 5/8 inch (16mm)
Faceplate Finish: Silver - Also available in Black and Stainless Steel
Handle Height: Normally used with 35 Inches (889mm) Handle Height
Spindle Size: 8mm Square
The Cremona 3-point locking system features shoot bolts, top and bottom for maximum security and protection against warping of the door panels.
Also featured is our 90 degree locking mechanism that incorporates a standard US cylinder offering a variety of Schlage “C” keyway systems.
• 3-point, height adjustable, locking system
• Shoot bolts, top and bottom, deadbolt and latch
• Extensions are available for taller doors
• Lever controlled engaging and releasing of shoot bolts deadbolt and latch
• Locking by US-Cylinder system with a 90 degree turn of key or thumbturn
• Non-handed, latch easily reversible
• Heavy duty mortise construction with reinforced lever return spring system
• Available in standard finish, black matte lacquer finish or 400 series stainless steel for increased corrosion resistance
• Same hardware groove detail throughout our entire door lock program (router bits available)
To Identify a Multipoint Door Lock
1. Check for manufactures stamp on the lock strip
2. Measure the width of the lock strip
3. Measure the Backset
4. Measure the Center points
5. What locking types are on the strip? (Mushroom, Deadbolt, Hook, ect.)
6. How many of those locking types are on the strip?
7. What color is the lock? (Silver, Stainless Steel, ect.)
8. Is the door UPVC, Aluminium, Composite or Wood?