Multipoint / UPVC Door Locks
What is a Multi point Lock?
Multi point locks are most commonly found in UPVC or composite doors and, as the name suggests, they have more than one locking point. They feature a central case, also called a gearbox, and a faceplate that runs the full length of the door. The centre case usually features a latch and a deadbolt or a latch and a hook, although some manufacturers do make latch only multipoints. Along the full-length faceplate there will be other locking points in the form of mushrooms, rollers, hooks or finger bolts/pins which will engage with the frame either by turning the key or lifting/lowering the handle. New to Multipoint locks? Here's a guide on How to identify your multipoint lock.
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DID YOU KNOW? You can use our Filter Results tool to search for all Multipoint locks with a particular measurement or feature. Simply click on All Multipoint Locks and then set your parameters in the Filter tool at the botom of the page.