Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline.co.uk. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a look at one of our product review videos.
Now, today we're going to have a look at a rim lock that's designed for rim applications. In other words, it sits on the door, but of course it's designed for doors that are quite thin but at the same token you want to use a Euro profile—garage doors perhaps, a shed door, some door going into a locker or anything like that that you want to use a Euro profile cylinder, which of course gives you immense dexterity in regards to keying configurations.
So this is the actual lock here, as you can see. So it takes a Euro profile cylinder in there. It can be fitted onto the door through these screw fixings here, and it comes with its own set of screws, as you can see there. Okay. So if you turn it around, it has also got chamfer screws that allow you then, depending on the handings, so you can either mount it that way or you can mount it that way.
Now, it doesn't come with a cylinder because, again, it would be a decision what security grade of cylinder that you are looking for. But if I use a temporary cylinder here and I put that in there like that, just squeezing him in there, putting him into there like that, and what I want to try and do is to show you how far this bolt comes out. So it comes out once and then it comes out a second time there and it throws the bolt. And it's a staggering . . . what have we got there in measurement? Twenty-five millimetres, that's how far the bolt throws out. So really, really good security there.
So here is the actual keep. It comes with a keep as standard, so you can either fit it like that or you can fit it like that, depending on the way that your setup is. And of course, as you can see there, there's a lot of movement there, depending on what the distance is between the door and the frame in which you want to lock. Now you can, if you want to, on the inside, if this is the inside, have a thumb turn on a Euro cylinder, which will allow you to lock the cylinder, no problem at all, with a thumb turn on the inside but then of course have a key on the outside. I've just chosen a particular type and size of cylinder here, but you can of course have any cylinder you need in which to go through the substrate of the door this is fixed onto.
So if I was to take that out, it also comes as well with an escutcheon that allows you then to put it over on the outside to make sure then that it looks a little bit tidier than normal. And again, it comes with screw fixings in here to allow you then to apply that onto the door. Now, to give you some measurements on this, as we have mentioned before, the bolt projection is a massive 25mm. The height of that bolt there is 35mm there, and the thickness as well, let's just give you the thickness there, we're talking at 7, we're talking at 8mm.
The actual size of the case overall is 95mm by 80mm there. The backset, which is from the leading edge there to the centre of the actual key way, is 60mm. Okay. And these fixing centres here, I'm just going to give you a quick measurement on those. The fixing centres there are 70 millimetres, and those fixing centres there are 55mm. Manufactured by a German company called AMF. And of course, it's available on LocksOnline.co.uk. There are a lot of uses for this particular type of lock.
It's one of those locks that can take a lot of different types of application. Say to yourself, "This will actually work. This will achieve the result that we're looking for." So from me, Darrel, and all of us here at LocksOnline team, thanks for taking some time to tune in and come back and visit us real soon. From here, take care, bye-bye.