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Body Width: 38mm
Handing: Left Hand,Right Hand
Handle Projection: 77mm
Body Width: 38mm
Body Thickness: 6mm
Diameter: 76mm
Indicator Size: 178mm x 38mm
Overall Bolt Size: 41mm
Finish: Anodised Aluminium , Gold , Satin Stainless Steel

Union 37651 Disabled Toilet Indicator Bolt

The Union 37651 is suitable for toilet bathroom doors where ease of operation is desired. Suitable for hinged and sliding doors, the Union can be surface mounted has bolt-through fixing and can be fitted directly to cubicle or flush panel door... [more info]



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Exterior pull may be fitted at 90, 180, 270 or 360 degree



 

Q: If Someone has locked themselves in, can I open the door?
A: Yes, the Union 37651 has a coin operated emergency release.

Q: Does this come with everything I need to Fit to my door?
A: Yes, this lock comes with the bolts and spindles.

Hi guys, my name's Darrell. I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline.co.uk and we're product reviews today and, more importantly, we're doing a product review of the Union and this is the disabled handle that's available from Union. So let's get it out of the box and let's have a look at it in a bit more detail to find out exactly what is in this box.

So what are they used for? They're used for disabled toilets where you've got this big lever handle, so it's easy for somebody to grab hold of and be able to lock and unlock the door. And one of the distinct advantages of this particular type of setup as well is that it will also work on a sliding door. You might find that a lot of disabled toilets now may have sliding doors, purely and simply because they might be restricted with space because a disabled toiled needs at least a meter size door in which to get a wheelchair in.

So here we go, let's have a look at what we get inside the box. We get that. We get some different types of keeps there. These are handed so if you're thinking of getting one, you need to make sure whether or not it's the left hand or the right hand version that you're looking for. Now they also as well, while I'm pulling these out of their bags, they come standard with an anti-bacterial coating on it. The idea is that every time you touch it, it actually has this film over it that actually kills the bacteria on your hands so the next person who comes along, if you haven't cleaned your hands or they haven't cleaned their hands, at least you know that this bacterial film on here will clean it all up for you.

So it comes with a set of fixings. This is the actual handle itself and if you'll notice there, it's got a big pop there. So the idea is that when you're using the door, you can actually just lift the handle up like that and depending on the type of keep that you've got. You've got this particular type of keep here, which is just a groove, this would obviously be used for a hinge door. But if you've got a sliding door, then the idea is this little hump here will hook into the bottom of this particular type of keep that you can then moor this into the frame. Leave it sit in there like that. I don't know if I can this out [inaudible 0:02:22]. The other one is pretty self explanatory. Let's get this out of here. So that's the actual frame for a sliding door. And these are actually used quite a lot for sliding doors because they have those distinctive [inaudible 0:02:42], so once it goes in then, you have the ability then to lock the door. And then to unlock it then, they just drop the handle like that, and of course then the door will slide.

From the outside here, you do have the indicator here, which will then indicate whether or not red is for that it's being occupied and of course white, then, if it's not occupied. You've also got a little marker here which, they call it the two penny [inaudible 0:03:09]. You can put a screwdriver in and you can actually override the lock from the other side no problem at all.

This little piece here sits in here and this is in theory, then, the pull handle, you can sit on there like that and this would then be the pull handle depending on how you wanted to work the door, pull it or so forth or slide. So yeah, these are very, very popular. Now that disabled doors, you can use pocket sliding doors, then this would be suitable for your application.

I'm going to quickly go over some measurements here whilst I've got it out here just to make sure whether or not it'll suit your application. So we'll get some quick overall measurements for you just to give you some sort of idea. The height to back now, the overall height of this particular handle is 120 millimeters. The width of this particular size one is about 38 millimeters. The overall distance from the center here to the end, I'll get a measurement there now just to give you some sort of idea. We're looking at 155 millimeters thereabouts. The size of the bolt that sticks out there, I got that in at 40 millimeters. And then the distance from here then to that little hump there which is obviously go inside the door, that there is 32 millimeters. So the thickness of this here, probably not significant, this is going to be two millimeters. Actually a little bit more than that, about three millimeters. So that ought to give you some sort of idea as to where you need to position this handle depending on this particular part here.

Like I said, yeah, very popular. We sell them by the bucket loads because of the new type of pocket doors that are being used on disabled toilets. And available on LocksOnline.co.uk. I hope this little product review and showing you all the different bits and pieces is helping you make a considered opinion as to whether or not this particular lock is suitable for your application. But in the mean time, if you've got any advice or you want any more advice or anything, pop us over an e-mail or similarly pick up the phone and have a chat with us. We'd love to talk to you. Appreciate your time and thank you very much for watching this video. Bye-bye now.





 
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Customer Reviews (4)

Average review: 5.0 out of 5 stars (5.0 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews)

Reviews for Union 37651 Disabled Toilet Indicator Bolt :

Union 37651 Disabled Toilet Indicator Bolt : Lock Now Fixed

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5 out of 5 stars (5 out of 5 stars)

Lock fitted OK and is now in use. Have replaced like for like

Union 37651 Disabled Toilet Indicator Bolt : Union 37651 Indicator Bolt -RH(L11667)

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Date Reviewed:

5 out of 5 stars (5 out of 5 stars)

The product was exactly as described and suited my job well

Union 37651 Disabled Toilet Indicator Bolt : Disable door Lock

Reviewer:

Date Reviewed:

5 out of 5 stars (5 out of 5 stars)

Quality of product good. Service very good, would use again

Union 37651 Disabled Toilet Indicator Bolt : Union Indicator Bolt

Reviewer:

Date Reviewed:

5 out of 5 stars (5 out of 5 stars)

Need to consider position of existing door handles as the opening arm is likely to obstruct the action. Not a problem with a new door



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