This Silca 1510 Ratchet showcase lock is completely reversible to suit either hand.
Ratchet arm is fitted to rear sliding door, Lock body slides along the arm to butt up tight against the edge of the front sliding door, thereby preventing the two doors passing each other, Released by use of the key.
Hi guys, my name is Darrel and I'm head of the Tech Team here at LocksOnline. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a quick look at one of our product review videos. Now we're putting these short little videos together to be able to give you, our customers, the opportunity to see the products that we have to offer in, hopefully, a little bit more detail than you may get just from a picture on our website.
So today I want to show you a glass ratchet lock that we have available. It's the type of lock where if you've got a cabinet where you've got sliding doors, they're made out of glass, etc., and you want to be able to secure them so then they can't be slid backwards and forwards, then this is probably the product that you're looking for.
Now the idea of this is quite easy, it's quite simple. What you would effectively do is... It's probably easier to show you this way. So, you would have one sheet of glass in here on this particular side, and then you'd have another sheet of glass on this particular side of this actual bar here. So this bar would actually go in the center of the two panes of glass and therefore, then, this would sit in the center there to stop this one sliding and to stop this one sliding that way. You can then pop that on there like that and therefore, then, turn the key wherever you decide you want it to be, and that would actually then lock the two doors to each other. So it's the fact is, that the back can't move and the front one can't move, is how you would actually lock the actual sliding doors together. So that's the basic principle there.
If I turn the key and pull the key out, now that's actually locked in that position and, of course, it'll close in more, but it won't actually unlock until such time as the key gets put back in and allows you to open it back up. So, that there, turn that there like that, and now I can take that off.
So there are a lot of businesses out there that have display cabinets, etc., maybe jewelry or watches or anything like that, a bit of...a few necklaces, etc., even diamonds perhaps, therefore there needs to have the ability to be able to close those off so people's fingers can't go in without somebody there, and maybe this is what you're actually looking for.
Now, the overall length of this here, just in case you need to know what your offsets are between the two panes of glass, etc., the overall length, all the way over to the furthest, is about 140 mm. So, in reality, you're looking at probably 130 mm crossover between the two panes of glass. Also in here, as well, is the fixing screw that clamps to the inner glass, and what I'll do is I'll just get a quick measurement there on the inside there. And that's registering there, 7.5 mm, so kind of guess it's more designed around the 6 mm plated glass that you would half-expect to see in a particular cabinet sort of setup.
We can get these also in key dyed groups if you need to have one key and you've got loads of cabinets, etc., in your shop, or similar, and therefore, then, one key is just going to be so much easier. Go on and pop us over an e-mail, and we can get those via special order for you.
But listen, if you need a bit more information on these or any of the products that we have, pop us over an e-mail. Use the live chat, that's totally free, you can speak to me or any of the guys in the Tech or the Sales Team. Or, simply do it the old-fashioned way, and pick up the phone and give us a call. We'd love to hear from you. We'd love to see you as a customer.
So from me, Darrel, and all of us at the team, thanks for taking the time to tune in. Hope to catch up with you real soon. Take care. Bye-bye.