Yale has launched the Lockmaster 21 Stable Door Lock in response to the increasing trend for stable door functionality in contemporary settings as well as cottage-style properties.

The lock, developed and tested with trade fabricator Shepley, is a combination of Yale’s recently launched Lockmaster 21 multi-point door lock and its Lockmaster Keyturn key-operated multi-point lock. It has been designed.

It includes the Lockmaster hook and anti-lift pin on both the top and bottom leaf. It also features a push-in snib feature to prevent accidental lock-outs.

The range includes 35mm and 45mm backsets, is available with or without rollers, and comes with a two-piece keep. It is tested to 240 hours of corrosion resistance (Grade 4) and features a faceplate made of 430 stainless with Yale branding.

Shepley sales director Tony Ball said: “We were pleased to work with Yale on the development of the Lockmaster 21 Stable Door Lock, providing our expertise to help ensure that testing and functionality are of the highest possible standard. The final product is an excellent addition to the market, and will enhance both our own range of stable doors and other stable doors across the industry.”


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