Hi guys, my name is Darrel, and I'm head of the tech team over here at LocksOnline.co.uk. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a look at one of our product review videos.
The product we've got here and in front of us today is the Saracen. It's the Roller Window Gear Box and this is the guy here. Now it's only a small, little thing and it's designed obviously, it's just the actual gear box itself.
You may find that some of the distinct features of this particular type of gear box over other type of gear boxes is it uses these type of rod bolts that go in either side and they've got these little brass ferrules on the end, which is the part that actually goes into the frame. I don't know if you can zoom in on these for us.
Now it's only the gear box in the centre that we're talking about here at the moment. We can get these separate. These are standard run, about 650 millimetres but we can get these of different lengths, if you want to do so. By that's not what we are really talking about here today. We're talking more the gear box that these actually fit into, which is situated in the centre of the actual window.
Some of the distinctive markers that you'll find with these is it has a patent number that is actually cited on the actual gear box itself. I don't know if you can actually zoom in enough on that. It's pretty small I'm thinking to myself. You can see Saracen written there and then you can actually see that patent number. The patent number is 920-2158.
Now there's two different styles, or two different sizes of this particular gear box and the size is the projection, how far this particular part sticks out. Here's one here that doesn't stick out as much and if I pop one against the other, as you can see, there isn't much in it, but there is a distinct difference. So you need to be aware of that.
Now, this one here I measured to give you some sort of idea as how you best measure it. That one there is 11 millimetres, that's how far it comes off the top of the plate but the datum there to the top is 11 millimetres.
This one here, guys, is going to be a little bit smaller. That one there is, let me get that for you, is 8 millimetres. So there is a little bit less on this one than there is on that one.
Now, another distinct ID mark that you can have a look at is the star configuration as to where you put your handle in, it goes to your handle. I've got a handle here, it takes a standard 7-millimetre spindle in there and that allows you then to operate that there like that no problem at all.
I'll get you also a measurement on these centres here for the screw fixings. They are the standard 42 millimetres. That's the measurement between the centres and the screw fixings for the handle. This particular handle here is a locking version. It may not necessarily be a locking version that you may have. And of course we can get a range of handles, as well, to suit these. These are just the gear boxes; they're available on our website. We're going to call them the patent number 920-2158. They've both got the same patent number, but they do have these different projections here that you need to be aware of.
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