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Adams Rite MS1850S MS Deadlock w/Plain Faceplate, any shape
 

Adams Rite MS1850S

Adams Rite MS1850S MS Deadlock w/Plain Faceplate, any shape

 
Manufacturer: Adams Rite
Price: $79.18
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Adams Rite MS Deadlock w/Plain Faceplate MS1850S
Product Features
  • laminated stainless steel
  • nearly 3 inches long and actuated by an uncomplicated pivot mechanism MS deadlock is the standard of the narrow stile door industry
  • Cylinder not included
  • length of this bolt provides maximum security for any single leaf door, even a very tall (and flexible) one or installation where gap between door and jamb is greater than it should be

Instructions
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Order Options Guide
Select Backset
Backset measured at centerline of stile
Color Options
628 Satin Aluminum
313 Anodized Bronze
Select Faceplate
Handing
Please be sure to select the correct hand when ordering. For instance you may notice the Right Hand and Left Hand Reverse drawings look similar. Indeed they appear to be similar. But there is a very important difference between them. The Right Hand drawing shows the push side of the door to be the locked (usually exterior) side of the door. But the Left Hand Reverse drawing shows the locked side of the door to be the pull side. This difference is significant when talking about door hardware as the application of that hardware is dependant upon the swing of a door.
Handing Chart
Select Strike
NOT REQUIRED
STRIKE REQUIRED
Trim Strike deadbolt
Trim Strike deadbolt w/dust box
4000-011
4001-011
Armored Strike

Armored Strike

MS4002-011

MS4002-012

Select Lever
NOT REQUIRED
LEVER REQUIRED
Select Cylinder Guard
NOT REQUIRED
CYLINDER GUARD REQUIRED
Select Exit Indicator
NOT REQUIRED
EXIT INDICATOR REQUIRED
Select Two Point Converter
NOT REQUIRED
CONVERTER REQUIRED
Click for Two Point Converter info
Select Positioner Bolt
NOT REQUIRED
POSITIONER BOLT REQUIRED
Click for Positioner info
Questions and Answers
Q: Good morning – As part of my fire department duties, I teach through-the-lock training to our members. As part of that training, we have a number of Adams Rite MS1850 deadlocks that I use to show how to manipulate the Adams Rite mechanism to gain access to commercial locations with the minimum of damage to them – we do this in the case of activated fire alarms (for example) so we can check inside and be able to lock up afterwards. The reason for my email is that it looks like you’ve changed the set screws since I got the locks from cup points to pointed set screws – is that correct? Are the cup pointed set screws still available? The pointed set screws cause more damage to the mortice lock bodies that I’m using than the cup pointed set screws do. If the cup pointed set screws are still available, please provide me the part number for them. Thanks for your help –
A: According to the technical support department at the manufacturer

The tip of the set screw is pointed. There have not been any recent changes on these screws.

You might check and industrial hardware supply store and purchase modified set screws to suit your requirements.

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