Clutch thumbturns designed for use on individual bedrooms and bathrooms within secure accommodation for mentally ill people, young offenders and similar. These products offer privacy to clients, while ensuring that staff can gain entry at all times in case of need.
The clutch mechanism offers anti-barricade functionality: if the client attempts to grip the thumbturn to prevent staff operating the lock from the other side, the sprung clutch mechanism releases and allows the key to turn. The product may also be dismantled from outside the door if required.
Features rounded anti-ligature design. supplied with thumbturn, roses and screws and fittings. For use with ASSA Evolution and Modular lockcases. Cylinder thumbturn version is for use with Scandinavian Oval internal cylinders; toilet version features red/white external indicator and emergency release feature.
ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions
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