The UNION 3G115 is a direct replacement for the old beloved CHUBB 3G115 - and should therefore retrofit without problems when replacing a Chubb 3G115.
One main benefit with these models is that not only are they suited for doors up to 50mm thick, but they have also been assessed and certified under EN1634-1 which qualifies them for use on 60 minute fire doors! So if a lock for a fire door is what you were after, well you found it!
With its anti-pick and anti-saw security features, this lock is equipped to deal with these common attacks and can be very useful on fire doors that need some protection against such attacks.
The lock is backed by a full 10 year guarantee, so you can rest assured this is a good quality lock that lives up to the long-standing name! And to sweeten the deal, you'll get a pair of matching escutcheons too, to tidy up the area around the keyhole to ensure a nice clean finish!
|Keying-Alike Service||Free Keying Alike Available!|
|Conforms to Standards|
|Finish||Satin Chrome, Polished Brass|
|Case Depth||67mm, 80mm|
|Forend Finish||Satin Chrome, Polished Brass|
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, putting these short little videos together to be able to give you, our customers, the opportunity to look at the products that we have to offer in hopefully a little bit more detail, or in the flash, so to speak.
So today I want to show you quite a staple when it comes to deadlocks in the UK. This is the 3G115 5-lever deadlock that was originally Chubb, it's now branded as Union, because unfortunately the Chubb name is no longer available. But the actual lock still exists. But as you can see, they've now branded them under the Union mark. So if you have a look at the faceplate here, you can see that they've got stamped "Union" here. There's a bit of a protective cover over this particular faceplate here. But it's actually branded Union. But this is still manufactured as a Chubb lock. There hasn't been any sort of compromise in regards to quality that you would expect from the Chubb brand.
So that's quite important to know. Now this particular lock is not a British standard lock. Even though it's a five-lever lock and it carries a few of the key attributes that you would expect with a British standard lock. For an example, it has the curtain that's on here to stop anybody actually putting the key in there, sorry, putting some levers in there, manipulating the bolt and the levers themselves inside. So that's a distinct advantage. Also on the bolt itself, it has roller bearings in here. So if anybody tried to throw the bolt across, if anybody tried to hacksaw the bolt, as soon as they hit those little bearings, they're gonna roll and make it a lot harder to be able to hacksaw the bolt open.
Now, if you're thinking that you're wanting to replace these, Chubb, in their infinite wisdom many many years ago when they started building these particular type of locks, they decided to create their own backset. So these particular locks is the 3G114 and the 3G115 that we have here, they do have a unique set of backsets. So it's quite important that if you're thinking of replacing a lock, and you see it to be a Chubb, and it has this color body that kind of sets it off from the competitors, so to speak, then the chances are, this is the lock that you're going to have. The backset on these are slightly different to the norm. The backset on these are 40 mm on this particular case, and then of course then they do the bigger version, the 80 millimeter version as well. So check those backset guys, if you're thinking of wanting to replace this particular type of lock.
Another distinct key feature as well is the style of key. The key hasn't changed even though now it has Union actually branded on the key. The physical style of the key is still a Chubb key. So that gives you an idea as to whether or not it's a Chubb lock. And similar also is this particular type of escutcheon. It has a cover over it as you can see. It is kind of indicative to the old Chubb brand. So just to let you be aware of that.
The actual key also is a full-body key as you can see here, and it's fully bodied at the back as well, so therefore then reducing the attack on the frame side of the lock also. So we can get them in brass or a stainless steel finish. We can also key them alike for you, as well. So if you want one key to fit your garage, one key to fit your house, all one key, then we can do all of that for you in-house. So that helps you in that respect.
Also we do a full range of rebate kits as well for you. Now a little top tip as well. If you're looking at wanting to look at the family of these particular locks, that's the 3K74, the 3K75, the 3G114, and the 3G115, we can actually key all of those alike to include sash locks and deadlocks together in this family group.
So let me give some measurements for you. So therefore then you can see whether or not this is the particular lock that you're looking for. We talk about the case itself here. The height on that is 75mm. This is the 2.5-inch version, therefore then it's looking at about 66 or 67 millimeters case depth there. The actual backset there is about 40mm from the faceplate to where the keyhole is. The 4N-width there is 25mm, and the 4N height from one end to the other there is about 134mm. The centers, the fixing centers, give or a take a millimeter guys, you're talking roundabout there about 108mm there. You'll notice as well, your bolt is relatively smaller now compared to the British Standard that you may be more familiar with.
So there you go. If you need a bit more information on these or any of the products that we have, boom, just pop us over an email. Use the live chat, or simply pick up the phone and give us a call. Either way, we'd love to hear from you. And more importantly, we'd love to see you as one of our customers. So from me Darrel, and all of us at the team, thanks for taking the time to tune in, catch up with you real soon I hope. Take care now. Bye bye.