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G-U Monolock 50/92 Single Door Lock, Key BELOW - Stainless Steel

Part Number: 6-C4873-50-0-8
Price: $135.36
NOTE: This will NOT replace the gear box on a Multipoint Lock.
G-U Monolock, Europa series 50 mm Interior and Exterior Door Lock System
(This Locking System is also available with a backset of 35, 40, 45, 50, and 55 mm)
Series: Europa - Monolock Door Lock Gear only 
Handle to Cylinder Spacing: 3-5/8 inch (92mm)
Cylinder: US- American Cylinder system with a 90 degree turn of key or thumbturn.
Handle Position: Key below Handle (Europa)
Backset: 2 inch (50mm)
Faceplate Width: 5/8 inch (16mm)
Faceplate Finish: Stainless Steel
Handle Height: N/A on single point - Normally used with 35 Inches (889mm) Handle Height
Spindle Size: 5/16 inch (8mm) Square

Operation: To extend deadbolt and lock door - Raise the handle, then use key or thumbturn to keep locked.

Note: This is for single-point doors only and CANNOT be used for a multipoint lock. Any destruction or faceplate removal deems the product non-returnable.

The Monolock system consists of the same reliable features you’ve come to expect from G-U.
This product is ideal for exterior and interior door applications.
The routing and mortising dimensions are the same as the multi-point locking systems.
Also featured is a 90 degree locking mechanism that incorporates a standard US cylinder offering a variety of Schlage “C” keyway or other.

Key Features:
1” (25 mm) throw on deadbolt
US design with deadbolt located above lever
Lever controlled releasing of deadbolt and latch
Locking by US-Cylinder system with a 90 degree turn of key or thumb-turn
Non-handed, latch easily reversible
Heavy duty mortise construction with reinforced lever return spring system
Available in standard finish, polished brass or 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 - We need the Following
1. Check for manufactures stamp on the lock strip
2. Measure the width of the lock strip
3. Measure the Backset
4. Measure the handle - cylinder 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?

Different Styles of Single-Point Locks

How to Rehand a GU Single Point Lock