565804321_chant catalogue COMPLETE

565804321_chant catalogue COMPLETE
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About chant™
Hardware of distinctive design and uncompromising finish,
developing themes that carry form through function – from the
entry way statement to the finest cabinetry and window fittings.
We met Paul Mason in 1994. His timeless designs inspired us
to establish Chant Productions. The front section of this
catalogue details both Paul’s original and his latest creations.
The remainder of the catalogue illustrates the results of working
closely with clients determined to remain faithful to their vision
of detailing and design – thank you for your inspiration and
support.
Graham, Nathan and Byron Chant
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Unit of Measure
All dimensions are specified in millimetres (mm) throughout
this catalogue.
References to other sections
The catalogue has the following helpful ‘refer to’ panels.
The other sections referred to carry either related products or
other relevant information.
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refer chant™ refer Mason
Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
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Escutcheons
68 – 69
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Technical
104 – 113
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More about chant™
Bow
Sabre
Arc
Luna
Cobra
Delta
Swan
Cubic
Line
Angle
Rod
Stop
Round/Royal
chant™ Escutcheons
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About Paul Mason
Samba
Swim
Nile
Comma
Rib
River
Flute
Mason Escutcheons
Mason Lever Handles
Door Stops
Hold Backs
Push Plates
Pull Handle Back Plates
Flush Pulls
Recessed Pulls
Privacy Flush Pulls
Locking Flush Pulls
Flush Sliding Bolts
Flush Pull Bolts
Square Bolts
Hinges
Handrail Supports
Casement Fasteners
Telescopic Security Stays
Mortice Locks & Latches
Twin Bolts
Cylinders and Turns
chant™ Custom Manufacture
Technical
Handing of Handles
chant™ Lever Handles on Rose
chant™ Door Handle Plates
Pull Handles
Attaching Plates
Door Morticing Equipment
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General
Maintenance
Finish Options, Bronze
and “Living Finishes
Product Warranty
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Mason
Accessories
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accessories
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technical
About chant™
chant™ Product Finishes
chant product finishes
chant™ Product Finishes
These colours are indicative only, subject to limitations in the printing process.
Polished Chrome Plate/PCP
Layers of bright nickel and chrome on a polished
surface.
Satin Chrome Plate Velvet/SCPV
Layers of satin nickel and chrome on a
polished surface.
Satin Chrome Plate Brushed/SCPB
Layers of bright nickel and chrome on a
brushed surface.
Sand Polished Chrome/SPC
This is a shot-blasted finish providing a textured
surface, which is then polished chrome plated.
Black Chrome/BC
A durable, deep black, polished black chrome finish.
Satin Black Chrome/SBC
A durable, satin black chrome finish.
Gold/GLD 22 carat gold plate finish with a rich gold colour. Standard thickness
is 0.5 micron.
Finish Options
All hardware is available in Combination or Split finishes.
Combination Finishes
Individual components of different finishes are assembled into a lever or pull handle,
ie. satin chrome plate velvet lever and rose cover and polished chrome plate rose
and handle boss.
Split Finishes
This is where different sections of a pull or lever handle can be processed in two
finishes. The blend between the finishes can be ‘crisp’ along a ridge line, or ‘soft’
over a contoured area of the handle, eg. combination of sand polished chrome and
polished chrome. Contact chant™ to discuss your requirements.
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Examples of
natural patinas
which occur
over time
Bronze Metal and “Living Finishes” All of our products are
made of brass as the base metal, which is used for the electroplated finishes, including
copper and satin nickel plate. Almost all of our products are also available in bronze as
the base metal. Refer to page 119 for more detailed information on Living Finishes.
Polished Bronze/PBZ This will age naturally and develop its own patina over time
depending on the prevailing climatic conditions and wear patterns. The
ultimate finish will be a rich semi-gloss bronze patina surface, often showing the
random grain structure of the bronze.
Satin Bronze Aged/SBZA The surface is satin finished by brushing, then aged to
provide a matt bronze surface. The colour of this finish will, over time, adjust to its own
natural satin patina depending upon the prevailing climatic conditions and wear patterns.
chant product finishes
Original
finish
Weathered Bronze/WBZ A bead-blasted surface on bronze, then aged to provide
a matt bronze surface. The colour of this finish will also continue to evolve over time.
Sand Bronze Aged/SABA
A shot-blasted surface on bronze, then aged to provide
a matt bronze, textured surface. The colour of this finish will also continue to evolve
over time.
Earth Bronze/EBZ A unique process creating a random spectrum of earthy hues.
Colour will naturally vary from product to product (we would recommend that a
physical sample is sighted, before specifying).
Charcoal Bronze/CBZ This deep, matt ‘coloured’ dark grey finish is the outcome
of a specialised process on bronze metal.
Copper Plate/COP
A thick copper layer plated onto the base metal, left uncoated,
which will acquire a rich red-brown patina over time.
Weathered Copper/WCOP
A thick copper layer plated onto the base metal,
then bead-blasted and ‘aged’ to a matt red-brown colour, which will continue to evolve
a natural patina over time.
Satin Nickel Plate/SNP A layer of satin nickel on a polished surface. It will
oxidise to a minor degree over time, please refer to additional information,
“Living Finishes” on page 119.
Polished Brass Uncoated/PBU
This will need polishing with proprietary metal
cleaners to maintain the surface, or left to age naturally to a yellow-brown patina.
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Mason Swim PM12 Pull Handle
mason
About Paul Mason
When you look at a door handle by Paul Mason you see a
product of over three decades of research and development.
The door furniture has emerged as an integral part of his career
as a highly respected sculptor and designer – from the hands
of a versatile master craftsman who has earned an international
reputation for sculptural work with a refined aesthetic sensibility.
Paul’s work as an artist can be found in the collections of public
galleries such as the Auckland Museum and Te Papa
Tongarewa, New Zealand; The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney;
The Renwick, Washington, USA, and in private collections
worldwide. Accolades have included being sent by the Crafts
Council to teach in India in 1979. He taught at Elam School
of Fine Art in the early 1980s and in 1985 was appointed
cultural ambassador by the New Zealand government. He has
received several QEll Arts Council grants and many
commissions, and has exhibited widely, nationally and
internationally. In 1998 he was nominated for the prestigious
Seppelt Contemporary Art Award in Australia.
His work has developed, in both scale and intent, from inspired
pieces of jewellery, inlaid wooden boxes and vessels in metals
and stone to commissions to design furniture and fittings for
many private and public interiors including the National Library
of New Zealand. Paul’s more recent exhibition and
commissioned works have been made of granite and marble,
exploring mass and surface texture, and expressing the
relationship between stone and water.
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In the early 1990s Paul designed his first door handle, Samba,
for his own home. It was sculptural and tactile, with more than
a passing aesthetic reference to his minimalist sculptures. Interest
from architects and word of mouth led to development of the
range.
Paul met Graham Chant in 1994 – it was the beginning of a
fruitful partnership. Graham formed Chant Productions in 1996
to bring the Samba and Swim door handles into commercial
production. Over the next two years the Nile, Comma and Rib
suites were introduced to the market.
It is Paul’s interest in sculptural form that is brought into play in
the range of Mason door furniture. The door handles bring art
to the door surface, satisfying the eye and inviting touch. One
can sense the sculptor’s hands defining the sensuous forms
which transcend fashion. That timelessness translates into being
able to complement any interior design statement.
Text by Helen Schamroth
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Samba Pull Handles
Samba PM00–800
Samba PM00 –1200
Samba PM01
Samba PM02
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mason samba
60
210
170
300
360
250
555
250
800
400
55
1200
20
30 40
60
80
Example:
Samba PM00 –1200
on a 2400mm
high door
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Left hand Samba Pull Handles
shown. All Samba Pull Handles
are available left hand or
right hand.
The PM01 Pull Handle has an
offset of 20mm on the fixing
holes to provide a balanced
vertical visual alignment,
particularly when they are
mounted in pairs on double
doors.
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Note: One pair of Samba PM00 –1200 Pull Handles
weigh approximately 18kg. Please ensure door and
structure are sufficently strong to support this added weight.
Available in standard mounting options.
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If the Samba PM00 –1200 and 800 Pull Handles are being
used on glass doors, 12mm holes are required. Mounting bolts
are M8 (8mm diameter).
refer chant™ refer Mason
Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
Samba PM02
Samba PM01
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Swim Pull Handles
Swim PM09
Swim PM10
Swim PM11
Swim PM12
45
60
100
mason swim
150
290
150
250
350
410
600
60
10
Swim PM13
600
20
1000
65
20
100
25
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Example:
Swim PM09
on a 2400mm
high door
PM09 – PM12 Pull Handles:
The offset of the fixing holes on these
handles provide a balanced vertical
visual alignment, particularly when they
are mounted in pairs on double doors.
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Left hand Swim Pull Handles shown. All Swim Pull Handles are
available left hand or right hand.
Note: One pair of Swim PM09 Pull Handles weigh
approximately 16kg. Please ensure the door and structure are
sufficently strong to support this added weight.
Available in standard mounting options.
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If the Swim PM09 or PM10 Pull Handles are being used on
glass doors, 12mm holes are required. Mounting bolts are
M8 (8mm diameter).
Swim Lever Handle/Fixed Handle
Swim Door Knocker
Swim PM14
Swim PM19
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Swim PM15
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56
160
170
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Swim PM15S
63
140
170
57
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Left hand handles shown.
All pull and lever handles are
available left hand or right hand.
Swim Cabinet Handles
Swim PM16
Swim PM18
20
20
32
12
Swim PM17
65
95
30
32
95
30
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
Swim PM16
Swim PM14
Swim PM12
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Nile Pull Handles
Nile PM20 –1000
Nile PM20 –750
Nile PM21
Nile PM23
30
40
60
90
120
Nile PM22
200
110
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340
300
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510
750
450
60
600
1000
Nile Pull Handles are non-handed
Nile Lever Handles are reversible.
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Note: One pair of Nile
PM20 –1000 Pull Handles weigh
14kg. Please ensure the door and
structure are sufficently strong to
support this added weight.
Available in standard mounting
options.
Example:
Nile PM20 –1000
on a 2400mm
high door
If the Nile PM20 –1000 or
PM20 –750 Pull Handles are
being used on glass doors,
12mm holes are required.
Mounting bolts are M8 (8mm
diameter).
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Nile Lever Handle/Fixed Handle
Nile Door Knocker
Nile PM24
Nile PM28
60
Nile PM25
60
Nile PM26
60
12
160
160
63
63
140
170
57
35
65
Nile Cabinet Handle
Nile PM29
10
90
14
50
30
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
Nile PM29
Nile PM25
Nile PM22
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Comma Pull Handles
Comma PM32
Comma PM31
mason comma
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Comma PM33
Comma PM36
16
23
25
110
150
160
240
360
250
350
480
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50
10
55
50
15
80
60
25
100
60
Comma Lever Handle/Fixed Handle
Comma PM34
Comma PM35
Left hand Comma Pull Handles shown.
All Comma Pull Handles are available left hand or right hand.
Comma Lever Handles are not handed and are reversible.
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145
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Comma Cabinet Handles
Comma PM37
Comma PM38
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114
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16
28
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
Comma PM37
Comma PM34
Comma PM32
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Mason Nile PM24 Lever Handle
Rib Pull Handles
Rib PM42
Rib PM41
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20
25
25
Rib PM46
Rib PM43
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154
170
240
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250
360
350
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480
29
30
55
65
75
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Rib Lever Handle/Fixed Handle
Rib PM44
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Rib PM45
Rib Pull Handles are non-handed.
The Rib Lever Handles are reversible.
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170
145
57
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Rib Cabinet Handles
Rib PM48
96
Rib PM49
110
160
12
22
12
20
174
27
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
Rib PM48
Rib PM44
Rib PM42
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River Pull Handles
River PM50
River PM51
River PM52
River PM53
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150
190
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375
200
200
500
620
250
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900
520
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38
60
53
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Example:
River PM50
on a 2400mm
high door
River Pull Handles are non-handed.
The River Lever Handle is reversible.
Available in standard mounting
options.
If the River PM50 Pull Handles are
being used on glass doors, a
12mm hole is required. Mounting
bolts are M8 (8mm diameter).
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River Lever Handle
River PM54
60
160
63
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
River PM54
River PM51
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Flute Pull and Cabinet Handles
Flute PM61
Flute PM62
Flute PM63
centres
mason flute
centres
centres
12.5
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38
46
54
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Flute PM61 / PM62 / PM63
Pull Handles
Sizes available (centres specified in mm):
PM61: 300/450/600
PM62: 200/300/450
PM63: 128/160/192/224/256
Flute Lever Handle
Flute PM64
Flute Handles are non-handed.
The Flute Lever Handle is reversible.
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160
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refer Mason
Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer Mason
Lever Handles
28 – 29
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
Flute PM64
Flute PM63
Flute PM61
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mason escutcheons
Mason Escutcheons
PM100 Cylinder Escutcheon
PM105 Profile Cylinder Escutcheon
Use with Legge 990 MF Series, Lockwood 3500 Series, Astra
mortice locks (Australasia) and Union (UK). Requires a minimum
lock cylinder projection beyond the door surface of 14mm. The
maximum door thickness with standard length cylinders is
46mm. For thicker doors use extended cylinders or PM103
Cylinder Escutcheon.
For Union 2041 mortice lock with standard double cylinder,
maximum door thickness is 35mm, or 53mm with extended
double cylinder. Fastened with a socket set-screw on the
underside. To specify: PM100/Finish.
Use with all profile cylinders. The radiused edge of this
escutcheon complements the domed lever handle rose. Used
when there is limited distance between cylinder length and door
thickness.
To specify: PM105/Finish
PM101 Turn Escutcheon
The turn mechanism is fastened to the door with screws, then
concealed by a ‘screw-on’ cover. Key bars to suit locks as
detailed.
A – 6mm x 2mm bar for Legge 990 MF Series and
Lockwood 3500 Series mortice locks. (Australasia)
B – 3/16” square spindle for Yale 4600, 8600 and
8700, and Schlage L Series mortice locks (USA)
These spindles have a 2mm
C – 4.5mm square spindle
flat extension bar when
D – 7.0mm square spindle
ordered with PM102
E – 7.6mm square spindle
Emergency Turn. Add suffix
F – 8.0mm square spindle
ET to order code e.g. To
G – 5.0mm square spindle
specify: PM101/Finish/ET
H – 6.0mm square spindle
J – 3/16” square spindle on the diamond ( ) for
Accurate Locks (USA)
K – 10mm x 3mm recess to suit chant™ Profile Cylinder Turn
Adaptor 1241 etc.
To specify: PM101/A, B, etc/Finish
PM102 Emergency Turn Escutcheon
The turn mechanism is fastened to the door with screws, then
concealed by a ‘screw-on’ cover. The turn is operated by the
key bar on PM101 Turn Escutcheon above.
To specify: PM102/Finish
PM102i Emergency Turn/Indicator Escutcheon
The turn mechanism is fastened to the door with screws, then
concealed by a ‘screw-on’ cover. The turn is operated by the
key bar on PM101 Turn Escutcheon above.
The red and green colour indicator behind the turn button shows
the lock status.
To specify: PM102i/Finish
PM103 Cylinder Escutcheon
PM106A and PM106B
Recessed Cylinder Rings
PM106 A
X = 5mm (3/16”)
PM106 B
X = 6.5mm (1/4”)
For Yale, Schlage etc cylinders.
To specify: PM106A or B/Finish
X
For Legge 990 Series Mortice Locks
PM107B Pull/Turn
For SAB Profile Cylinder Mortice Locks
Pull turns are fitted on the inside of entrance doors to withdraw
the latch bolt, when key entry is used on the outside.
The turn base is securely fastened to an adaptor plate which is
fixed to the side of the lock case prior to installation in the door.
Depending on the lock used, specify the spindle bar type
required from the chart opposite for turn escutcheons: typically
A, E or F. Refer to page 113 for an exploded view of the
fastening of the Pull Turn to the lock.
To specify: PM107A or B/Finish
PM108 Profile Cylinder Escutcheon
Use with all profile cylinders. The domed style of this escutcheon
complements the domed lever handle rose. This requires a
cylinder barrel of minimum 26mm more than the thickness of the
door. Fastened with socket set-screw on the underside.
To specify: PM108/Finish
PM109A Privacy Bolt/Turn Assembly
This includes a 60mm backset privacy bolt, PM101 Turn
Escutcheon and PM102 Emergency Turn Escutcheon.
To specify: PM109/Finish
PM109B Privacy Bolt/Turn Assembly with
Indicating Emergency Escutcheon
This includes a 60mm backset privacy bolt, PM101 Turn
Escutcheon and PM102i Emergency Turn/Indicator
Escutcheon.
To specify: PM109B/Finish
PM104 Profile Cylinder Escutcheon
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PM107A Pull/Turn
Use with Union 2241 mortice lock where there is insufficient
distance between the cylinder and lever rose for the PM100
Escutcheon. Doors thicker than 50mm will require an extended
cylinder. Fastened with socket set-screw on the underside.
To specify: PM103/Finish
Use with all profile cylinders, particularly with locks where there
is insufficient distance between the cylinder and lever rose to
use the PM105 Cylinder Escutcheon. Fastened with a socket
set-screw on the underside.
To specify: PM104/Finish
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Product Finishes
4–5
PM100
PM104
PM101
PM105
PM102
PM107
PM102i
PM108
PM103
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mason lever handles
Mason Lever Handles on Rose
Lever Handles PM24, PM25, PM26, PM34, PM35, PM44,
PM45, PM54 and PM64 on rose are symmetrical handles,
and can easily be reversed on site to suit the door handing, by
removing a stop-screw and key, rotating the handle and
replacing the key and stop-screw.
The PM14, PM15 and PM15S handles, which are not
symmetrical, must be ordered to the correct handing required.
Unless otherwise specified, all lever handles have
a return spring within the rose for positive handle return.
Fixing Centre/Rose Types for PM14, PM15,
PM24, PM25, PM34, PM44, PM54, PM64
Lever Handles
Type A – 50.8mm centres at 45º for:
– Tubular latches, 60mm backset or longer
– Legge 990 MF Series and Lockwood 3500 Series
Mortice Locks
Type B – 39.5mm centres, horizontal for:
– Profile Cylinder Mortice Locks:
• AGB, CES, chant™, CISA, Dorma, FSB, GSV, Häfele,
JADO, KFV, SAB
• Legge 8762, 57mm backset
– Oval Cylinder Mortice Locks:
• Astra Brass and Astra S Series
• Legge 990 MF
• Union 2041, 127mm backset (has the lock cylinder
horizontally in line with the lever handle)
• Union 2241, 57mm and 82.5mm backsets
– Mortice Latch: Union 2677, 57mm backset
– Tubular Latch: Dalco 12002
Type C – 39.5mm centres, vertical for:
– Tubular latches, 60mm backset or longer
– NT Falcon Mortice Lock (USA)
Type D – 39.5mm centres at 56º for:
– Yale 4600, 8600, 8700 Series Mortice Locks (USA)
Type E – 39.5mm centres at 45º for:
– Schlage L Series Mortice Locks (USA)
Type F – 38mm centres, unsprung rose with tie-screw fixing
between the roses for:
– GSV Locks, 3201Z, 3211Z, 3212Z, 3801Z Mortice Locks
3234 Mortice Latch
Type G – 38mm centres, with unsprung roses. The mounting
bases are tie-screw fixed through the door and lock, covered
with the roses to provide concealed fixing, then the handles are
fixed to the spindle on each side of the door for:
– Profile cylinder mortice locks that have 38mm horizontal fixing
centres and strong return springs to support the lever handle.
• BKS, CES, Dorma, FSB, Häfele
Fixing Centre/Rose Types for PM15S, PM26,
PM35, PM45 Handles
Type H – 38mm centres, horizontal for:
– Profile Cylinder Mortice Locks:
• AGB, CES, chant™, CISA, Dorma, FSB, GSV, Häfele,
JADO, KFV, SAB
• Legge 8762, Imperial G7000, 57mm backset, etc
– Oval Cylinder Mortice Locks:
• Astra Brass and Astra S Series
• Legge 990 MF
• Union 2041, 127mm backset (has the lock cylinder
horizontally in line with the lever handle)
• Union 2241, 57mm and 82.5mm backsets
– Mortice Latch : Union 2677, 57mm backset
– Tubular Latch : Dalco 12002
Type I – 38mm centres, vertical for:
Tubular latches, 60mm backset or longer
Type J – 41mm centres, horizontal for:
Lockwood 3500 Series Mortice Locks (Australia)
Type K – 41mm centres, vertical for:
– Tubular latches, 60mm backset or longer
– NT Falcon Mortice Lock (USA)
Example and specification of an order for lever or fixed handles
on rose: (example)
Handle
Style
Rose
Type
Handing
Lever (L) or
Fixed (F)
Finish
Quantity
PM24
A
LH
L
SCPV
2pr
It is recommended that the lock type is stated when ordering
handles. Handle bosses are broached 8.1mm to suit the spindle.
Fixing
All roses have tie-screw fixing to suit the latches and locks as
detailed. Concealed-fixing on the outside rose, visible-fixing on
the inside rose, 5/32” BSW x 3” (76mm) stainless steel screws
supplied as standard. Suitable for doors to 60mm thick.
Fixing Centre/Rose Types for Fixed Handles
A lock plate is assembled into the rose to prevent the handle
from turning.
Type A – 50.8mm centres at 45º
Type C
– 39.5mm centres vertical
Type I
– 38mm centres, vertical for handles with
57mm diameter roses.
Blank Roses
Used for fixing half sets of lever or fixed handles to a door.
PM110 External: Universal – Threaded 5/32” BSW at
39.5mm and 50.8mm fixing centres
PM111 Internal: Drilled at 39.5mm fixing centres for
countersunk screws
PM112 Internal: Drilled at 50.8mm fixing centres for
countersunk screws
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Product Finishes Technical
4–5
104 – 113
PM110
PM111
PM112
For information on Mason Lever Handles on
Plates, refer to pages 106 to 109
Comma PM35 on A3-51 plate
Nile PM25 on A1-21 plate
Rib PM44 on A3-10 plate
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Mason River PM51 Pull Handle
chant
More about chant™
chant™ is a manufacturer of exclusive hardware for residential,
commercial and marine applications.
Custom designs, finishes and variations to existing products are
also part of the chant™ offering, providing solutions for
architects and developers where standard products do not fit
on-site requirements.
The manufacturing team, artisans in their own right, and the
suppliers to the company, all contribute to the creation of these
unique products from New Zealand.
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Our hardware is sought after by architects, developers and
owners of exclusive residential and commercial properties and
has been the preferred choice of internationally recognised
hotels such as the Fairmont in Dubai, Regency Parkway in the
Philippines and the Orchard Scott in Singapore.
The chant™ products on the folllowing pages are beautifully
designed, functional, precision-engineered and very much
‘in touch’ with contemporary architecture and interior design.
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Bow Pull Handles
Bow 501
Bow 503
Bow 502
Bow 504
chant bow
180
200
285
415
530
300
12
400
15
16
18
48
38
65
30
30
56
62
68
74
Bow Lever Handle
Bow 511 A3-10
125
Bow 511-S
65
132
Bow 511-F or R
65
145
57
Bow Pull Handles are symmetrical and ‘non’-handed.
They are suitable for narrow stile and standard doors.
Bow Lever Handle is not handed and is reversible on roses and
44mm wide plates.
145
57
112
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refer chant™ refer chant™
Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
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Fasteners
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88 – 89
104 – 113
Bow 504
Bow 511-F
Bow 502
35
Sabre Pull Handles
Sabre 521
Sabre 523
Sabre 522
23
Sabre 524
17
20
14
chant sabre
150
250
280
14
400
433
125
30
50
550
590
17
23
23
70
60
55
Sabre 531-S
60
60
52
53
Sabre Lever Handle
Sabre 531 A3-10
43
132
Sabre 531-F or R
60
145
57
Sabre Pull Handles are ‘handed’ and suitable for narrow stile
and standard doors. Left hand handles shown.
Sabre Lever Handle is not handed and is reversible on roses
and 44mm wide plates.
145
57
112
36
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104 – 113
Sabre 524
Sabre 531-F
Sabre 522
37
Arc Pull Handles
Arc 541
Arc 543
Arc 542
Arc 544
155
250
chant arc
285
15
400
440
125
27
53
550
590
17
20
20
70
65
Arc 551-S
60
60
60
63
55
Arc Lever Handle
Arc 551 A3-10
43
132
Arc 551-F or R
60
145
145
57
Arc Pull Handles are symmetrical and ‘non-handed’. They are
suitable for narrow stile and standard doors.
Arc Lever Handle is not handed and is reversible on roses and
44mm wide plates.
57
112
38
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104 – 113
Arc 544
Arc 551-F
Arc 542
39
Luna Pull Handles
Luna 561
Luna 563
Luna 562
Luna 564
88
rad.
chant luna
180
radius
300
radius
390
radius
500
12
15
95
15
110
65
50
65
57
65
68
Luna Lever Handle
Luna 571 A3-10
38
470
580
16
160
250
305
400
125
Luna 571-S
65
132
Luna 571-F or R
65
145
57
Luna Pull Handles are symmetrical and ‘non-handed’. They are
suitable for narrow stile and standard doors.
Luna Lever Handle is not handed and is reversible on roses and
44mm wide plates.
145
57
112
40
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Fasteners
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104 – 113
Luna 564
Luna 571-R
Luna 562
41
chant™ Delta 631 Lever Handle
Cobra Pull Handles
Cobra 600
Cobra 601
22
Cobra 602
chant cobra
16
Cobra 603
15
14
200
270
400
565
300
400
40
42
65
70
700
1000
Cobra Pull and Lever Handles are ‘non-handed’.
Cobra Lever Handle is reversible on roses and
44mm wide plates.
45
75
Example:
Cobra 600
on a 2400mm
high door
Cobra 604
Cobra 605
12
14
100
140
125
180
28
60
34
50
55
100
Cobra Door Knocker
Note: One pair of Cobra 600 Pull Handles
weigh approximately 16kg. Please ensure the
door and structure are sufficently strong to
support this added weight.
Cobra 609
Available in standard mounting options.
180
If the Cobra 600 Pull Handles are being used
on glass doors, a 12mm hole is required.
Mounting bolts are M8 (8mm diameter).
35
Cobra Lever Handles
Cobra 610-S
65
Cobra Cabinet Handle
Cobra 611-F
Cobra 611-R
60
60
160
140
Cobra 606
64
100
140
28
57
44
57
Both Cobra 610 and 611 lever handles
can accommodate F, R or S rose types
65
35
57
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Cobra 604
Cobra 611-F
Cobra 602
45
Delta Pull and Cabinet Handles
Delta 620
Delta 621
Delta 622
Delta 624
Delta 623
Delta 625
chant delta
200
250
300
300
400
450
550
175
200
350
400
45
25
32
32
50
Delta 627
Delta 626
50
* 25
38
1200
58
38
800
58
150
*Offset pillar dimensions.
25mm offset pillars
available on 621, 622,
623 and 624 handles
200
125
150
25
45
25
Delta Pull Handles are ‘handed’ left and right, because of their
offset asymmetrical triangular form. They are suitable for
standard doors and wide stile doors with standard pillars.
For narrow stile doors, specify offset pillars to provide finger
clearance between the handle and door edge or frame
backstop, add sufffix “OS” to the order code.
Example:
Delta 620
on a 2400mm
high door
38
Non Standard Lengths
All Delta pull handles in 25mm, 32mm and 38mm
section widths can be produced in the “plated finishes” and
PBU to special lengths, in multiples of 100mm.
Section width
Maximum length
38mm
1200mm
32mm
800mm
25mm
600mm
57
Left hand handles shown. All handles can be produced without
the thumb recess if required.
Delta Lever Handle
Delta 631 A1-10
51
Delta 631-S
51
142
46
Delta 631-F
153
57
To specify special lengths, state:
A: Handle section width 25mm, 32mm or 38mm.
B: Overall length.
C: Mounting pillar centres.
D: Distance from the top of the handle to the top of the thumb
recess.
E: Length of the thumb recess.(Note:Thumb recess can be
deleted).
F: Handing: Left-hand (LH) or Right-hand (RH).
Example of specification:
A
51
153
57
112
45
B
C
Delta
32mm
800mm 600mm
/Mounting option/Finish/Quantity
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D
E
F
125mm
60mm
LH
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Fasteners
Technical
88 – 89
104 – 113
Delta 631 on A1-10 Plate
Delta 623 on standard pillars
Delta 622 on offset pillars
47
Swan 651 Lever Handle
The Swan Lever Handle is a variation of a classic design with
simple flowing curves to complement more traditional decor.
They are a ‘handed’ handle and are suitable for narrow stile
and standard doors.
Refer Groups 10 – 170 Plates on
Technical pages 106 to 108.
Example shown:
Swan 651 A3-111
chant swan
63
125
220
38
(or 32)
Refer Groups 210 – 310 Plates on
Technical pages 106 and 109.
Example shown:
Swan 651 A3-211
63
125
165
44
63
125
Swan 651 on Rose type 38R
The following options are
detailed on page 105:
38F/38R/38S
41F/41R/41S
57
48
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104 – 113
Swan 651 on A3-211 plate
Swan 651 on 38-R rose
Swan 651 on A3-111 plate
49
Cubic Pull and Cabinet Handles
Cubic 661
25 x 12.5mm
Cubic 662
25 x 25mm
Cubic 662 Offset (OS)
25 x 25mm
Cubic 664
16 x 16mm
Cubic 663
19 x 19mm
Cubic 665
12.5 x 12.5mm
chant cubic
centres
centres
centres
centres
centres
centres
50
16
52
25
65
25
65
25
19
42
12.5
55
Sizes available (centres specified in mm)
Cubic 664: 200/300/450
Cubic 665: 128#/160#/192#/224#/256#/
300/450
The Cubic Pull Handles are available with offset (OS) pillars for
Cubic 661 and 662 Handles (refer example shown above).
Cubic Handles are ‘handed’ left and right when fitted with
offset pillars. For narrow stile doors, specify offset pillars to
provide finger clearance between the handle and door edge or
frame backstop, add suffix “OS” to the order code.
A design feature of the Cubic Handles is that they have a
square face with a machined, chamfered form inside the handle
to provide a comfortable touch.
Cubic Towel Rail
Cubic 663 TR (Towel Rail) 19 x 19mm, Y=70
X
centres
Y
Sizes available (centres specified in mm)
Cubic 663 TR: 450/600/750
Mounting options: Surface-fixed (SF) or Back-fixed (BF)
Note:
– Cubic 664 Pull Handles use M5 mounting studs, the larger
sizes use M6 studs.
– Cubic Cabinet Handle 665 is back fixed only with
M4 screws.
– Cubic 663 TR (Towel Rail) mounting options: surface-fixed
with 10g screws, or back-fixed with M6 screws.
Backplate X = 50 x 50mm
– The backplates (X), 50 x 50mm or 38 x 38mm can be
used on all pull handles as an added feature if required.
Specify ‘BP’ and size with the handle order.
– Custom Designs: Cubic Handles with their flat front face
lend themselves to custom machining to create special
effects and designs. Refer to page 101 for an example.
Contact chant™ with your requirements.
Cubic Lever Handles
Cubic 671-P only
53
Cubic 672-P
56
145
57
Cubic 672-F
56
145
57
145
57
Cubic 671 Lever Handle: 25 x 12.5mm section
Cubic 672 Lever Handle: 19 x 16mm section
50
Both Cubic 671 and 672 can be used with the Pyramid (P) Rose.
The Cubic 672 can also be used with the Facet (F) Rose and
the Square (S) Rose.
Both lever handle styles can be used with any back plates.
#S32 multiples
Sizes available (centres specified in mm)
Cubic 661: 300/450/600/800
Cubic 662: 300/450/600/800/1000
Cubic 663: 200/300/450/600
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104 – 113
Cubic 672-P
Cubic 664
Cubic 662
51
Line Pull and Cabinet Handles
chant line
Line 681
Line 682
Line 683
Line 684
centres
centres
centres
centres
12.5
19
42
48
52
Line 691 on Tall Plates
Tall Plates can be made to suit the lock types in
Groups 20/30/40/50 and 60.
*Specify spindle to cylinder barrel centreline or thumb turn
dimension, eg. 41+46 – 92mm.
To specify: example
52
25
75
Sizes available (centres specified in mm)
Line 681: 300/450/600/800
Line 682: 200/300/450/600
Line 683: 128/160/192/224/256/300/450
Line 684: 200/300
Handle
Style
Plate
Style
Plate
Combination
Handing
Lever (L) or
Fixed (F)
Finish
Quantity
Line 691
Tall B1
41+46–92*
LH
L
SCPV
2pr
Line 691 on chant™ Tall Plates
100
Line Lever Handles
Line 691 on Group 10 Plates
53
135
23
112
*The only handle plate style
used with the Line Lever
Handle is the B1 plate,
32mm wide on pages 106
and 107. They match the soft
edges of the Lever Handle
with a complimentary width.
*
90
300
100
32
Line 691 on Group 20/30/40 Plates
X
Overall height X:
Group 20: 216mm
Group 30: 191mm
Group 40: 220mm
Line Door Knocker
LIne Door Knocker 689
170
Line 691 on Group 50/60 Plates
X
52
35
30
Overall height X:
Group 50: 190mm
Group 60: 160mm
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Fasteners
Technical
88 – 89
104 – 113
Line 684
Line 691
on Tall Plate
Line 683
Line 681
53
chant™ Line 691 Lever Handle on Tall Plate
chant line
Line Door Stop
Line Wall Doorstop 3211
Line Floor Doorstop 3212
Line Doorstop 3213
Line Sliding Doorstop 3214
Line Casement 3951
Line Casement 3952
Line 2-Point Lock Lever 3954
Line Escutcheons
56
Oval Cylinder Escutcheon
3440
Emergency Turn / Indicator Escutcheon
3442i
Turn Escutcheon
3441
Profile Cylinder Escutcheon
3443
Emergency Turn Escutcheon
3442
Pull Turn
3444
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Stops
73
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Fasteners
88 – 89
Line 3213
Line 3443
Line 3952
57
Angle Pull and Cabinet Handles
Angle 701
Angle 702
Angle 703
Angle Custom
Brass tube or rod is used for electroplated
finishes, e.g.: satin chrome plate velvet,
polished chrome, black chrome,
copper etc.
chant angle
These handle designs are not suitable for
production in bronze as the base metal.
A
Custom Sizes
When custom handles are required,
specify:
A = Hole centres of pillars
B = Diameter of rod
C = Height of handle
D = Finish
300
450
600
C
B
19
25
50
60
Angle Towel Rail
38
Angle 718
32
25
4
70
80
715:
716:
717:
718:
Angle Lever Handle
Angle 711 on Angle/Rod C Rose
Angle 711 A1- 220
20.5
65
65
160
152
1200mm centres
900mm centres
600mm centres
450mm centres
Angle Towel Rail is mounted to the wall with 2 x 8mm
mounting screws fastened into a solid timber stud.
Recommended minimum framing timber thickness to
mount to is 50mm.
The washers are required to increase the contact area
against the wall and prevent the towel rail from
damaging the surface.
57
166
Angle Robe Hook
Angle 709
32
Angle/Rod Escutcheons
58
25
70
3450
3451
3452
3452i
3453
3454
Angle Robe Hook is mounted to the wall with an
8mm mounting screw fastened into a solid
timber stud. Recommended minimum framing timber
thickness to mount to is 50mm.
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Technical
88 – 89
104 – 113
Angle 711 on C Rose
Angle 717
Angle 701
59
Rod Pull and Cabinet Handles
Rod 721
Rod 722
Materials
Brass rod is used for electroplated finishes, e.g.: satin chrome
plate velvet, polished chrome plate, black chrome plate, etc.
Rod 723
Bronze rod is used for bronze and “Living Finishes”
(refer page 119).
chant rod
400
300
500
600
The rods are machined with the recess for the pillars to
fasten into.
200
250
50
22
Tubular handles in 316 grade stainless can be produced for
larger sizes. These use an internal nut to fasten the pillars to.
Weight and length details need to be considered for shipping,
and the practicality of plated finishes for larger handles.
60
25
The Rod Pull and Cabinet Handles can also be made from
316 grade stainless steel, for polished or brushed stainless steel
finishes. Specify either finish option. The handles are generally
made from solid rod for up to 1000mm in length, and
diameters up to 32mm.
Consult chant™ with your requirements.
60
32
B
A
E
C
D
Rod Lever Handle
Rod 731 on Rod/Angle C Rose
Rod 731 A1- 220
16
16
60
60
150
152
Custom Sizes
When custom handles are required, specify:
A = Length
B = Hole centres of pillars
C = Diameter of rod
D = Height of handle
E = Pillar diameter
Standard pillars are 15mm and 19mm diameter (parallel),
and 25mm diameter tapered pillars.
Other variations can be made to order.
F = Number of pillars
A central third pillar may be required on
extra long handles to avoid the handle flexing.
G = Material/Finish
57
166
Rod / Angle Escutcheons
60
3450
3451
3452
3452i
3453
3454
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Fasteners
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104 – 113
Rod 731 on Rose
Rod 723
Rod 721
61
Stop 741 Door Knob
Diameter
60mm
Projection
66mm
Stop Knobs
A contemporary and versatile range of door and cabinet knobs
suitable for use throughout a project and across a number of
applications. The unique sculptured form is available in all
finishes.
chant stop
Features
Stop 742 Door Knob
Diameter
50mm
Projection
63mm
– Finger-recess with a soft contour for user comfort
– Internal spring mechanism ensures positive latch
and knob return
– Large bearing surface provides support for the solid
knob machined from brass or bronze
– Suitable for long back set tubular latches and
mortice locks with 38 or 44mm fixing centres
– Knobs are reversible to aid handing and can be
turned 90 degrees on the base rose to provide
vertical fixing with tubular latches, or horizontal fixing
on mortice locks.
– Knob fastens to the boss by a socket set-screw on the
underside. Removal of the knob allows for
tie-screw fixing through the door.
– This range of door knobs is complemented by the ‘facet’
range of escutcheons 3410 to 3414 on pages 68 and 69.
Fixing Centres and Latch/
Lock Types
Stop 741 Door Knob
Stop 745 Dummy Trim
Diameter
60mm
Projection
63mm
Fixing Centres:
39.5mm horizontal and vertical and 50.8mm @45 degrees
Lock/Latch Types:
– chant™ mortice locks
– Legge 990 MF Series and Lockwood 3500 Series
mortice locks
– Profile cylinder mortice locks with nominal
38mm centres and light return springs
– Tubular latches – 60mm minimum backset
Stop 742 Door Knob
Fixing Centres:
39.5mm horizontal and vertical
Lock/Latch Types:
– chant™ mortice locks
– Legge 990 MF Series mortice locks
– Profile cylinder mortice locks with nominal
38mm centres and light return springs
– Tubular latches – 60mm minimum backset
Stop 745/746 Dummy Trim
A flanged mounting collar is fastened to the door with two
screws, the knob attached to the mounting collar with a socket
set-screw on the underside.
Stop 746 Dummy Trim
Diameter
50mm
Projection
50mm
62
Stop 751b Cabinet Knob
Diameter
35mm
Projection
38mm
For use with 751 Cabinet
Knob on the opposite side
of the door. The 751 Knob
is fastened to the door with
a mounting collar then the
751b Knob is fastened to
the collar in the correct
alignment. Particularly
suitable for shower doors.
Specifying
To specify (example)
Knob
Finish
Quantity
742
SCPV
2pr
It is recommended that the lock type is stated when
ordering knobsets.
chant stop
Stop 751 Cabinet Knob
Diameter
35mm
Projection
35mm
Fixing Screw M5
Stop 752 Cabinet Knob
Diameter
28mm
Projection
30mm
Fixing Screw M5
Stop 753 Cabinet Knob
Diameter
22mm
Projection
25mm
Fixing Screw M5
Cross section of stop knobs
showing contoured finger-recess
A unique detail off these knobs is that the finger recess is
machined in a curved path. This softens the edge at each end
providing a comfortable grip. This detail can be applied to
custom made knobs of a cylindrical style with a flat or radius
end. Contact chant™ to discuss your requirements.
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
68 – 69
4–5
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Stops
73
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Technical
104 – 113
63
chant round/royal
Round 761 on Mason ‘A’ Rose
Knob Diameter
70mm
Rose Diameter
63mm
Projection
65mm
Round/Royal Knobs
Round Door Knobs and matching Escutcheons are designed for
front doors and applications where a circular knob is required.
This simple, elegant design can be used with a longer backset
latch to become a feature of the door. The ability to separate
the door knob and latch from the deadbolt and matching
escutcheons allows for a variety of combinations to suit individual
requirements.
Features
Round 762 on Mason ‘A’ Rose
Knob Diameter
63mm
Rose Diameter
63mm
Projection
64mm
–
–
–
–
–
Internal spring mechanism ensures positive latch return
Large bearing surface provides support for the solid knob
Suitable for long back set tubular latches and mortice locks
Reversible door knobs aid handing
Machined from solid brass or bronze
Fixing Centres and
Latch/Lock Types
761/762/763/767 Knobs on
Mason ‘A’ Rose
Round 763 on Mason ‘A’ Rose
Knob Diameter
55mm
Rose Diameter
63mm
Projection
62mm
Round 762/763 are available
on the following chant™ rose
types:
38F/38R/38S or
41F/41R/41S
F=Facet/R=Radius/S=Square
Round 762 on chant™ 38R Rose
Knob Diameter
63mm
Rose Diameter
57mm
Projection
64mm
Round 763 on chant™ 38R Rose
Knob Diameter
55mm
Rose Diameter
57mm
Projection
62mm
64
Fixing Centres:
50.8mm @ 45 degrees, visible fixing on inside rose
Lock/Latch Types:
– Tubular latches, 70mm backset or longer
– chant™ Mortice Lock, 70mm and 90mm backset
With this lock, use Mason PM105, PM108 or
chant™ escutcheons
762/763/767 Knobs on
chant™ 38F/38R/38S Roses
Fixing Centres:
38mm vertical and horizontal, concealed fixing both sides
Lock/Latch Types:
– Profile cylinder mortice locks with nominal 38mm centres,
light return springs and appropriate backset
– chant™ Mortice Lock, 70mm and 90mm backset
With this lock, use chant™ escutcheons
– Tubular latches – 70mm minimum backset recommended
762/763/767 Knobs on
chant™ 41F/41R/41S Roses
Fixing Centres:
41mm vertical and horizontal, concealed fixing both sides
Lock/Latch Types:
– chant™ Mortice Lock, 70mm and 90mm backset
With this lock, use chant™ escutcheons
– Tubular latches – 70mm minimum backset recommended
Spindle size:
– Spindle supplied: 7.6mm or 8mm
– Suitable for full and split spindle applications
Round/Royal Knobs on Plates
Refer chant™ Technical, pages 104 – 113, for plate options
and information on how to create a specification.
chant round/royal
Round 763 on 44mm Plate
Diameter
55mm
Plate Width
44mm
Projection
63mm
Refer chant™ Technical to specify
plate type within the following
group:
Group
210
Example shown: A3–211 Plate
Round 763 on 44mm Plate
Diameter
55mm
Plate Width
44mm
Projection
63mm
Refer chant™ Technical to specify
plate type within the following
groups:
Groups
220/230/240/250/310
Example shown: A3–231 Plate
Royal 767 on Mason ‘A’ Rose
Door Knob
Knob Diameter
55mm
Rose Diameter
63mm
Projection
62mm
Royal 767 on chant™
38F/38R/41F/41R Rose
Door Knob
Knob Diameter
55mm
Rose Diameter
57mm
Projection
62mm
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Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
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Escutcheons
68 – 69
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Technical
104 – 113
65
chant round/royal
Royal 767 on 44mm Plate
Diameter
55mm
Plate Width
44mm
Projection
63mm
Refer chant™ Technical to specify
plate type within the following
groups:
Groups
210/220/230/240/250
Example shown: B4 220 Plate
Royal 767 on 44mm Plate
Diameter
55mm
Plate Width
44mm
Projection
63mm
Example shown: C5 220 Plate
Cylinder Escutcheon
A
Tubular Deadbolts and Latches
Turn Assembly
B
Note
Deadbolt Cylinders are 6-pin, C4 profile
Deadbolt Cylinder and Turn – 70mm, 770
includes:
– Cylinder Escutcheon A
– Turn Assembly B
– 60–70mm Backset Deadbolt C
Deadbolt 776 60–70mm
C
Deadbolt 777 127mm
D
Deadbolt Cylinder and Turn – 127mm, 771
includes:
– Cylinder Escutcheon A
– Turn Assembly B
– 127mm Backset Deadbolt D
Deadbolt Double Cylinder – 70mm, 772
includes:
– 2 x Cylinder Escutcheons A
– 60–70mm Backset Deadbolt C
Deadbolt Double Cylinder – 127mm, 773
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includes:
– 2 x Cylinder Escutcheons A
– 127mm Backset Deadbolt D
Deadbolt Rebate Kit, 774
includes:
– Rebate Packer E
– Rebate Deadbolt Strike F
chant round/royal
Rebate Packer
E
Tubular Latch Rebate Kit, 775
includes:
– Rebate Packer E
– Rebate Latch Strike G
Rebate Deadbolt Strike
F
Deadbolt, 776
Adjustable 60-70mm backset
Deadbolt, 777
127mm backset
Tubular Latch, 778
70mm backset
Rebate Latch Strike
G
Tubular Latch, 779
127mm backset
Product Finishes
Tubular Latch 778
70mm Backset
Finishes Available for Strikes:
Stainless Steel
SS
Bronze Plate*
BP
Copper Plate
COP
*This is a brass/bronze plated finish on stainless steel as an
approximate match for bronze.
Finishes Available for Door Knobs, Cylinder Escutcheon,
Turn Assembly and Rebate Packer: refer to Product Finishes
page 4 – 5
Tubular Latch 779
127mm Backset
refer chant™ refer Mason
Product Finishes Escutcheons
4–5
26 – 27
refer chant™
Escutcheons
68 – 69
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
67
chant escutcheons
chant™ Escutcheons
Oval Cylinder Escutcheons
3400/3410/3420/3430/3440/3450
Profile Cylinder Escutcheons
3403/3413/3423/3433/3443/3453
Use with Legge 990 MF Series, Lockwood 3500 Series,
Astra mortice locks (Australasia), and Union (UK).
Use with all profile cylinder mortice locks.
Maximum door thickness with standard length cylinders
3400/3440/3450 escutcheon
56mm
3410/3420/3430 escutcheon
52mm
Fastened with socket set-screw on the underside.
To specify:3400/3410/3420/3430/3440/3450/Finish.
Turn Escutcheons
3401/3411/3421/3431/3441/3451
Maximum door thickness
3403/3443/3453 escutcheon
3403/3443/3453 escutcheon
3413/3423/3433 escutcheon
3413/3423/3433 escutcheon
with
with
with
with
5
6
5
6
pin
pin
pin
pin
cylinder
cylinder
cylinder
cylinder
Fastened with socket set screw on the underside.
To specify: 3403/3413/3423/3433/3443/3453/Finish
Pull Turns 3404A/3414A/3424A/3434A/3454A
The turn mechanism is fastened to the door with screws,
then concealed by either a ‘screw-on’ round style cover or a
socket set screw on the underside of the square style covers.
Key bars to suit locks as detailed.
For Legge 990 Series mortice locks.
A – 6mm x 2mm bar for Legge 990 MF Series and
Lockwood 3500 Series mortice locks. (Australasia)
B – 3/16” square spindle for Yale 4600, 8600 and 8700,
and Schlage L Series mortice locks (USA)
C – 4.5mm square spindle
These spindles have a 2mm
D – 7.0mm square spindle
flat extension bar when
E – 7.6mm square spindle
ordered with Emergency
F – 8.0mm square spindle
Turns. Add suffix ET to order
G – 5.0mm square spindle
code eg. To specify:
H – 6.0mm square spindle
3401F/Finish/ET
J – 3/16” square spindle on the diamond ( )
for Accurate Locks (USA)
K – 10mm x 3mm recess to suit chant™ Profile Cylinder Turn
Adaptor 1241 etc.
To specify: 3401/3411/3421/3431/3441/3451/
A, B, etc./Finish
Pull Turns are fitted to the inside of entrance doors to withdraw
the latch bolt, when key entry is used on the outside.
The turn base is securely fastened to an adaptor plate which is
fixed to the side of the lock case prior to installation in the door.
Depending on the lock used, specify the spindle bar type
required from the chart opposite for turn escutcheons: typically
A, E or F. Note: the 3444 Pull Turn can not be used with the
adapter plate because of its narrow body. It is fastened instead
with four woodscrews to the surface of the door. Refer to page
113 for an exploded view of the fastening of the Pull Turn to
the lock.
To specify: 3404A or B/3414A or B/3424A or B/
3434A or B/3444A or B/3454A or B/Spindle Type/Finish
Pull Turns 3404B/3414B/3424B/3434B/3454B
For SAB profile cylinder mortice locks.
Escutcheon Dimensions
Diameter or square
Emergency Turn Escutcheons
3402/3412/3422/3432/3442/3452
50mm
Line range
32 x 50mm
The turn mechanism is fastened to the door with screws,
then concealed by either a ‘screw-on’ round style cover or a
socket set-screw on the underside of the square style covers.
Turn operated by the key bar on 3401/3411/3421/3431/
3441/3451 Turn Escutcheon above.
To specify: 3402/3412/3422/3432/3442/3452/Finish
3400/3403/3440/3443/3450/3453
Cylinder escutcheon projection
7mm
3410/3413/3420/3423/3430/3433
Cylinder escutcheon projection
9mm
3401/3411/3421/3431/3441/3451
Turn escutcheon projection
30mm
Emergency Turn / Indicator Escutcheons
3402i/3412i/3422i/3432i/3442i/3452i
3404/3414/3424/3434/3444/3454
Pull/Turn escutcheon projection
48mm
The turn mechanism is fastened to the door with screws,
then concealed by either a ‘screw-on’ round style cover or a
socket set-screw on the underside of the square style covers. Turn
operated by key bar on 3401/3411/3421/3431
Turn Escutcheon above. Red and green colour indicator behind
the turn button shows the lock status.
To specify: 3402i/3412i/3422i/3432i/3442i/3452i/
Finish
68
46mm
54mm
42mm
50mm
Non-standard Escutcheons
Custom shaped escutcheons can be produced
to order.
refer chant™ refer chant™
Product Finishes Mortice Locks
XX
90 – 97
refer chant™
Technical
104 – 113
refer fitting of
Pull Turns
113
Radius
Facet
Square
Pyramid
Line
Angle/Rod
3400
3410
3420
3430
3440
3450
3401
3411
3421
3431
3441
3451
3402
3412
3422
3432
3442
3452
3402i
3412i
3422i
3432i
3442i
3452i
3403
3413
3423
3433
3443
3453
3404
3414
3424
3434
3444
3454
Mason Rib PM42 Pull Handle
accessories
72
Door Stops
Wall Door Stop 3201
Hold Back 3220
Diameter at base
Projection
Installed length
25mm
75mm
The hook bar has an integral rubber
door stop and a nylon anti-rattle catch
mechanism.
The mounting collar is fastened to the wall
with an 8 gauge screw. The Door Stop
is fastened to the collar with 2 x socket
set-screws.
Pedestal Hold Back 3222
Floor Door Stop 3202
Diameter
Projection
80mm
Height
38mm
35mm
162mm
Fastened to the floor with 3 x woodscrews
or, 3 x 6.0 or 6.5mm countersunk masonry
anchors.
Fastened to the floor with 2 x woodscrews
or, 2 x 6.0 or 6.5mm countersunk masonry
anchors. The rubber insert is fastened by
a hex socket screw from the rear.
accessories door stops/
hold backs
Hold Backs
Floor Door Stop 3203
with 15mm Extension
Diameter
42mm
Projection
50mm
Fastened to the floor with
2 x woodscrews or, 2 x 6.0 or 6.5mm
countersunk masonry anchors. The rubber
insert is fastened by a hex socket screw
from the rear.
Line Door Stop
Wall Door Stop 3211
Square
Projection
22mm
75mm
The mounting collar is fastened to the wall
with an 8 gauge screw. The Door Stop
is fastened to the collar with 2 x socket
set-screws.
Floor Door Stop 3212
Square
Projection
32mm
35mm
Fastened to the floor with 2 x woodscrews
or, 2 x 6.0 or 6.5mm countersunk
masonry anchors. The rubber insert is
fastened by hex socket screw from
the rear.
Floor Door Stop 3213
Square
Projection
32mm
50mm
Fastened to the floor with 2 x woodscrews
or, 2 x 6.0 or 6.5mm countersunk
masonry anchors. Rubber insert fastened
by hex socket screw from the rear.
Sliding Door Stop 3214
Rectangular
Length
15 x 32mm
40mm
The mounting base is fastened to the door
with 4 x 8g screws. Door Stop clips onto
the base.
refer chant™ refer
Product Finishes chant™ Line
4–5
52 – 57
refer
chant™ Stop
62 – 63
73
accessories push plates
Push Plates
This range of plates can be used with chant™ door hardware
to complement lever handle back plate styles.
Standard plates measure 75mm x 250mm x 3mm thick.
The thickness allows radiused and chamfered edges from
groups B and C, page 106, to be provided.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
75 x 250 “A”
3501 3502
75 x 250 “B”
3511 3512
75 x 250 “C”
3521 3522
3
3503
3513
3523
4
3504
3514
3524
5
3505
3515
3525
Fixing Options:
X
Glue fix
Y
Countersunk screw
Z
As a back plate behind a pull handle.
The pull handle style, hole centres and hole size
need to be specified.
To order specify: (example)
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
Code Number
Fixing Option
Finish
Quantity
A1
Y
PBZ
2
Custom Sizes
Please note that special sizes of backplates can be made to
order, please contact chant™.
C1
74
C2
C3
C4
C5
refer chant™ refer Mason
refer chant™
Product Finishes Lever Handles Technical
4–5
28 – 29
104 – 113
Pull Handle Back Plates
Pull Handle Back Plates and Strengthening
Plates.
This product is custom designed for applications where back to
back fixing is required, and the ability to provide strengthening
on a narrow stile timber door when a mortice lock is fitted.
These plates are made from 6.4mm thick brass bar. The outside
plate has threaded studs on its back side, with tie-screws
coming through from the inside plate to clamp them onto the
door.
Edge detail as per push plate and lever handle backplate
options. If pull handles are being fitted, the handle style, hole
centres and hole size need to be specified.
pull handle
accessories push
plates
back plates
Pull Handle Back Plate
3600, Example A
Special sizes of plates to suit particular mortice locks may be
required to allow space for the lock to fit between the tie-screws
on the top or the bottom half of the plate.
Pull Handle Back Plate
Example B
Plates can be made with pull handles on one or both sides,
and options of double cylinder, cylinder and turn, or chant™
Cylinder/Turn Adapter (refer to page 100)
Custom sizes of plates tailoring individual requirements are
generally widths from 50mm to 75mm and lengths to 300mm.
Specify:
– plate size
– lock type
– handle style and size
– fixing centres
– fixing bolt size of the pull handle
– sketch or drawing of the proposed assembly
75
accessories flush pulls
Style 1
Style 2
Style 3
Flush Pulls
These Flush Pulls are designed with full machine radiused,
internal edges for a soft touch, and with styles to compliment
other chant™ products. The various sizes and styles allow the
pulls to be used in many design concepts and situations.
Features:
–
–
(example: 1441)
(1442)
(1443)
Style 5
Mounting blocks
for concealed
fixing
–
Style 4
–
–
Machine radiused edges with an enlarged internal recess
for a soft touch, and a 2mm face flange for minimal
projection off the door surface.
Manufactured from brass for polished brass and
electroplated finishes, bronze for polished bronze and
aged bronze finishes
Two piece construction allows for fully machined and
finished surfaces.
Internal finger depth 12.5mm
Concealed-fixing options as below.
Fixing Options:
A. Concealed-fixing for aluminium doors:
The stile requires a machined opening to insert the Flush Pull
into. Then insert the Flush Pull into the aluminium extrusion, and
fasten the socket set-screw to lock the Flush Pull in place.
B. Concealed-fixing for wooden doors:
The door requires a routed recess to accept mounting blocks,
top and bottom, screwed into place. Insert the Flush Pull and
fasten the socket set-screw to lock the Flush Pull in place.
(1444)
(1445)
Style Options:
1
2
3
4
5
Installation:
Precise machining of the recess in aluminium and wooden doors
for option A and B is required. For best results, it is
recommended that a chant™ Routing Jig is used, with
appropriate template guide, or a custom made routing template.
Flush Pulls with fixing option A are also suitable for glue fixing.
Flush Pull Sizes and Code Numbers:
Overall
Size
Finger
Recess
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
38
38
38
38
50
50
50
50
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
1401
1411
1421
1431
1441
1451
1461
1471
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
100
150
200
250
150
175
200
250
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
60
110
160
210
110
135
160
210
1402
1412
1422
1432
1442
1452
1462
1472
1403
1413
1423
1433
1443
1453
1463
1473
1404
1414
1424
1434
1444
1454
1464
1474
To order specify: (example)
76
To assist with installation, refer Routing Jig 6043, page 117
Code Number
Fixing Option
Finish
1431
A
SCPV
1405
1415
1425
1435
1445
1455
1465
1475
Recessed Pull
1501
Recessed Pull
1502
Recessed Pulls
Designed to be fitted to the edge of sliding doors or to the
face of swinging doors. 1500 – 1505 have a body 25 x
85mm and are conceal-fixed with 3 styles available. The 1506
– 1508 are 25 x 110mm and are visible-fixed.
Recessed Pull 1500
4.75 mm radiused corners – flush fitted. Prepare recess with a
9.5 mm (3/8) diameter router cutter using a pilot guide and
chant™ Routing Jig; refer to page 117.
Recessed Pull
1503
Recessed Pull
1504
Recessed Pull
1505
Recessed Pull 1501
Square corners – flush fitted. Machine recess as for 1500
above with 9.5mm router cutter, then chisel the corners square.
Use this style when being fitted with chant™ Sliding Door
Privacy Flush Pull (the lock has a square cornered face plate to
match).
accessories recessed pulls
Recessed Pull
1500
Recessed Pull 1502
12.5mm radiused ends. Installation as for 1500 above.
Recessed Pull 1503/1504/1505
Recessed Pull
1506
Recessed Pull
1507
Recessed Pull
1508
2mm face flange. Radius corners/square corners/radiused
end with rebate. These Recessed Pulls have a rebated body
and 2mm thick face flange. Allows for more tolerance with the
preparation of the recess in the door to accept the
Recessed Pull.
Recessed Pull 1506/1507/1508
Radiused corners/square corners/radiused end with 3mm face
flange and visible -fixing for fastening into aluminium door stiles.
Sliding Door Hand Pull 1510
This is designed to be morticed into the edge of heavy sliding
doors when a full hand grip is required. The handle ejects from
the flush position with spring pressure, by being pushed in to
release the catch mechanism holding it in. To store the handle,
push it in to catch when flush.
105
25
70
Sliding Door Hand Pull
1510
210 180
115
To assist with installation
of Recessed Pulls, refer to
Routing Jig 6045,
page 117
For Sliding Hand Pull, refer
to Lock Morticing Machine
6005 and Faceplate
Routing Jig 6010,
pages 115 – 116
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accessories privacy flush
pulls
Style 1
Style 2
Style 3
Privacy Flush Pulls
Designed to fit back to back on sliding doors of minimum
thickness 35mm. The lock is sandwiched between the Pulls
while the Pulls are fastened back to back with visible-fixing
on the inside Pull.
The backset of the Flush Pull centerline is 50mm.
Door thickness must be specified so that the correct length
screws and spindle can be provided.
(example 1601)
(1602)
Style 4
Style 5
(1603)
The P ulls are available in the following configurations:
– Turn and Emergency
TE
– Turn and Turn
TT
Style Options:
1
2
3
4
5
Privacy Flush Pulls and Code Numbers
(1604)
(1605)
Privacy Flush Pull 1601TE
Overall
Size
Finger
Recess
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
50
50
50
50
30
30
30
30
1601
1611
1621
1631
x
x
x
x
150
175
200
250
x
x
x
x
110
135
160
210
1602
1612
1622
1632
1603
1613
1623
1633
1604
1614
1624
1634
1605
1615
1625
1635
To order specify: (example)
78
To assist with installation,
refer Routing Jig 6043 and 6045, page 117
Code Number
Turn Option
Finish
Door Thickness
1611
TE
SCPV
40mm
Designed to fit back to back on sliding doors of minimum
thickness 38mm. The flange thickness is 2mm making an overall
thickness of 42mm.
The backset of the Flush Pull centrelines are 50mm or 35mm.
Door thickness must be specified so that the correct length
screws and spindle can be provided.
The lock is a 3-Pin Profile Cylinder (C4 Key Profile) and is
42mm long. This puts the cylinder flush with the surface of the
Pull. On the single cylinder version, the rear of the cylinder
protrudes into the Flush Pull on the opposite side on doors
thinner than 42mm.
accessories locking
flush pulls
Locking Flush Pulls
Locking Flush Pull 1711, with Strike, 50mm backset
The single thumb turn lock requires a minimum door thickness of
42mm.
Locking Flush Pull 1811, with Strike, 35mm backset
Optional Strike
1899
The 35mm backset Locking Flush Pull has a case depth of
50mm and is designed for aluminium sliding doors. The
faceplate is 3mm thick. The Optional Strike 1899, measures
124mm x 19mm, and is adjustable from 15mm to 20mm high.
Locking Flush Pulls and Code Numbers
- 50mm backset
Overall
Size
Custom Variations
Custom variations of Lock and Flush Pull assemblies,
particularly those requiring a thumb turn on the inside, can be
produced to suit proprietary aluminium stiles.
Contact chant™ to discuss your requirements.
Style Options:
1
2
3
4
5
Finger
Recess
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
Single Cylinder
50 x 175 30 x 135 1711 1712
50 x 200 30 x 160 1721 1722
50 x 250 30 x 210 1731 1732
1713
1723
1733
1714
1724
1734
1715
1725
1735
Double Cylinder
50 x 175 30 x 135 1741 1742
50 x 200 30 x 160 1751 1752
50 x 250 30 x 210 1761 1762
1743
1753
1763
1744
1754
1764
1745
1755
1765
Thumb Turn (inside only)
50 x 175 30 x 135 1771 1772
50 x 200 30 x 160 1781 1782
50 x 250 30 x 210 1791 1792
1773
1783
1793
1774
1784
1794
1775
1785
1795
Locking Flush Pulls and Code Numbers
– 35mm backset
Overall
Size
To assist with installation, refer Routing Jigs 6043, 6045
and Lock Morticing Machine 6005, pages 115 –117
Finger
Recess
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
Single Cylinder
38 x 175 30 x 135 1811 1812
38 x 200 30 x 160 1821 1822
38 x 250 30 x 210 1831 1832
1813
1823
1833
1814
1824
1834
1815
1825
1835
Double Cylinder
38 x 175 20 x 135 1841 1842
38 x 200 20 x 160 1851 1852
38 x 250 20 x 210 1861 1862
1843
1853
1863
1844
1854
1864
1845
1855
1865
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accessories XXXX
flush sliding bolts
Flush Sliding Bolts/Conceal-fixed
Sliding Flush Bolts
This range of Sliding Flush Bolts is designed for use on
conventional doors, bifold, sliding and aluminium stile doors.
The design of the body has a 2mm thick face flange for minimal
projection off the door surface. They can be fitted fully flush with
careful recess preparation into wood doors if required.
The standard Conceal-fixed Flush Bolts are fitted flush to the door
edge on wood and aluminium doors. Mounting blocks are fitted
into the recess on wooden doors to fasten the flush bolt to, and a
machined opening in aluminium stiles will accept the Flush Bolt.
Fastening is by semi-concealed socket set-screw.
The body sizes are:
– 50mm wide x 200 long - 20mm bolt projection;
– 50mm wide x 220 long - 40mm bolt projection.
The standard Flush Bolts have a 5mm x 15mm flat bolt.
Extensions available:
0mm, 100mm, 200mm,
300mm. Extension rod is M8
Flat Strike
Extended Sliding Bolts
The Extended Conceal-fixed Flush Bolts are fitted into their
appropriate recess, 40mm wide x 12.5mm deep, away from
the door edge. The bolt size is 16mm diameter machined with
flats to 12.7mm across, with extensions of 0mm, 100mm,
200mm and 300mm from the door edge. Extension rod is M8.
Flat Strike
Waterproof
Strike
Waterproof
Strike
Sliding Bolt Offsets
A
B
C
Recess size in wood doors: 40mm wide x 12.5mm deep with
special lengths to suit the different types and lengths of bolts.
The offset of the 12.7mm bolt centreline, from the door surface on
wood doors is 18mm; aluminium doors, 20mm; and aluminium
doors with timber facings, 34mm. Aluminium industry, standard
rod sets for extended bolts can be used. Special offsets for thick
doors and custom applications can be produced to order.
D
For wooden doors, where extended bolts are required; a drill
jig is available from chant™ to accurately drill the extension rod
hole into the stile. Particularly useful for 200mm and 300mm
versions. Extension lengths are 100mm, 200mm, and 300mm
from the door edge. Refer to Jig 6046, page 117.
Locking Versions
All bolts are lockable with a Key Insert Lock 2899. Refer page 82.
10.5
5.5
Style Options: Extended Bolts
1
2
3
Min. 20
4
Style Options: Flush with the bottom of the door
1
2
3
4
80
Min. 15
5
5
Mounting Options and Offsets
Options A to D cover some alternatives for sliding doors and the
position of the bolt. Considerations needs to be made for the:
– thickness of the door
– type of guide track and its width;
hence, available space for the strike and its function.
Example A 10.5mm from the face of the door to the
back of the 5mm bolt.
Example B 5.5mm from the face of the door to the back of the
5mm bolt and is for sliding doors only.
Example C Extended bolt “zero”, fitted flush to the edge of the
door. Used where the bolt needs to located into the
middle of the door guide track.
Example D Extended bolt, away from the edge of the door.
Allowance needs to be made for the offsets when the bolts are
flush fitted to the surface of the doors, plus 2mm.
The above options A, C, D can be used on opening doors
depending on:
– the relationship between the door and the sill, or head
– suitable mounting of the strike
2011
2021
2111
2121
Flush Sliding Bolts – Code Numbers for
20mm Throw Bolts
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
200
220
240
20
40
2041
2131
200
2031 2032 2033 2034 2035
2041 2042 2043 2044 2045
extension
length
20
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
2141
220
extension
length
240
Strikes:
Flat/Standard Bolt
2090
2111 2112 2113 2114 2115
2121 2122 2123 2124 2125
2131 2132 2133 2134 2135
2141 2142 2143 2144 2145
Code
Number
Offset
Dimension
Extension
Length
Strike
Type
Finish
2011
2111
10.5mm
18mm
–
200mm
2090
2190
SCPV
PBZ
Strikes:
Extended Bolt
2190
15
25
50
Conceal-fixed, Standard
50 x 220 Non Locking
50 x 240 Locking
Conceal-fixed, Extended
50 x 220 Non Locking
50 x 240 Locking
To order specify: (examples)
extension
length
40
Flat Strike
3mm thick –
opening door
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Sliding Flush Bolts – Code Numbers for
40mm Throw Bolts
Flush Sliding Bolt – 12.7mm Bolt
Extended 0,100, 200, 300mm
2031
Conceal-fixed, Standard
50 x 200 Non Locking
50 x 200 Locking
Conceal-fixed, Extended
50 x 200 Non Locking
50 x 200 Locking
accessories flush sliding bolts
Flush Sliding Bolts/Conceal-fixed
Flush Sliding Bolt/Standard, 15 x 5mm flat bolt
(2111/2121 are suitable for sliding doors only)
There are various options available to suit specific site
requirements. The strikes are designed with over-length slots for
opening doors, and over-width slots for sliding doors.
This provides restricted movement of the bolt and door in the
correct direction.
All flat strikes are 3mm thick.
2091
2191
Flat Strike
3mm thick –
sliding door
25
2092
Flat Strike
3mm thick –
sliding door
open sided
2093
2193
Waterproof
Strike –
opening door
19
2094
Waterproof
Strike –
sliding door
2194
25
To assist with installation, refer Flush Bolt Jig 6043, 6044,
pages 117
81
accessories flush sliding bolts
Flush Sliding Bolt
2201/2301
Flush Sliding Bolts/Visible-fixed
These bolts are for situations where there is restricted height for
the concealed mounting versions.
Offsets are as shown on page 80 – Sliding Bolt Offsets
A – 10.5mm
B – 5.5mm
Strike options as detailed previously, page 81
Sliding Flush Bolt – 20mm Throw
Visible-fixed
55 x 100: 2201
Sliding Flush Bolt – 40mm Throw
Visible-fixed
55 x 140: 2301
To order specify: (examples)
Code
Number
Offset
Dimension
Strike
Type
Finish
2201
2301
5.5mm
5mm
2092
2091
SCPV
PBZ
Please contact chant™ if you have a requirement for custom
variations of these Flush Sliding Bolts.
Key Insert Lock 2899
Insert position
Lock position
Retract key, insert remains
82
Key Insert Lock
Our Key Insert Lock is used to lock the bolts on our Flush Sliding
Bolts and Square Bolts. The ‘insert’ part of the lock which is
attached to the key, is inserted into the bolt to be locked, the
key rotated 90˚ and then withdrawn. The bolt is then prevented
from operating. To unlock, insert the key, rotate and remove the
insert. This is a practical alternative to wafer locks that can be
easily forced and cannot be master-keyed; or much larger locks
that may be master-keyed, but interfere with the door structure.
Designed for use on wood or aluminium sliding doors as a
combination Flush Bolt and Flush Pull where the combined
function minimises components on the door. The concealed
fixing is the same as standard Flush Sliding Bolts.
Allowance needs to be made for the offsets when the bolts are
flush fitted to the surface of the doors, plus 2mm.
Flush Pull/Bolt/Conceal-fixed
– Code Numbers for 20mm Throw Bolts
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
Conceal-fixed, Extended
50 x 220 Non Locking 2431 2432 2433 2434 2435
accessories flush pull bolts
Flush Pull Bolts/Conceal-fixed
Flush Pull Bolt
2531
Flush Pull Bolt
2431
Flush Pull/Bolt/Conceal-fixed
– Code Numbers for 40mm Throw Bolts
Style Option and Code Number
1
2
3
4
5
Conceal-fixed, Extended
50 x 260 Non Locking 2531 2532 2533 2534 2535
To order specify: (example)
Code
Number
Offset
Dimension
Extension
Length
Strike
Type
Finish
2431
18mm
1000mm
2190
SCPV
When these bolts are fitted to wooden doors, the door must be
custom built, as the stile requires a trench, vertically positioned
to allow the bolt to operate. The position of the trench will
depend on the operation of the door, opening or sliding and the
construction of the door, particularly in relation to tennon joints in
the corners. On a sliding door, consideration will need to be
made in relation to the track, bolt position, and space for
the strike.
Flush Pull Bolt – 12.7mm Bolt
Extended as required
2431
2531
Option A: Split stile, trenched before the two sections are glued
together. Alternative join line shown as dotted line.
220
260
Option B: Trenched from the edge and back-filled with
an insert.
extension
length
20
extension
length
40
Style Options: Extended Bolts
1
2
3
4
5
Option C: Trenched from the front face and back filled with
an insert.
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accessories square bolts
Socket Bolt 2810
Socket Bolt shown in the edge of the door
Also suitable for fitting into a rebated door
and to the face of the door
Square Bolts
This unique range of bolts with clean simple lines are extremely
versatile in their operating functions. The bolts can be surface or
flush mounted on the face or edge of a door, or fitted into the
rebate of the inactive leaf of a pair of doors.
A generous and accessible finger recess makes them practical
to use. The surface mounted bolts can be machined with a 2mm
radius to match the Line door handles range.
‘Necked’ Bolt 2840 ‘Necked’ Bolt shown on the face of
the door
Uses:
– For securing standard doors by the socket bolt at the
bottom and the spring bolt at the top.
– Securing the inactive leaf on a pair of doors when fitted
into the rebate. Avoids the need for locking bolts on the
face of the door.
– Self latching at the top of a bifold door with a socket bolt
at the bottom.
– Positive latching at the top of a door leading to a
swimming pool.
Socket Bolt
12.7mm diameter bolt x 20mm throw.
“Necked” Bolt
Although not a true necked bolt, it serves the same function.
The bolt has a flat on it which allows the strike to be flush to the
edge of a door sill.
Spring Bolt
14mm diameter bolt with a flat face for latching into the strike.
Spring Bolt 2850
Spring Bolt shown fitted into a rebated
door. Rebate preparation is shown on the
operating leaf to clear the Spring Bolt
The Spring and “Necked” Bolts are reversible onsite if
necessary.
Mounting
The bolts are secured to the door by two 12 gauge x 50mm
countersunk, square drive stainless steel screws on the 150mm
and 300mm bolts. The 450mm and 600mm bolts have
3 screws.
Locking
The Socket and Necked Bolt can be locked with a Key Insert
Lock 2899. Refer to page 82.
Size
The body of all bolts is 19mm square.
Surface Strike for
Socket Bolt
2890
Surface Strike for
Spring Bolt
2891
45
45
Flat Strike for
‘Necked’ Bolt
2893
84
19
Surface In-line Strike
for Socket Bolt
2892
50
Flat Strike for
Spring Bolt
2894
To order specify: (example)
Code Number
Strike Number
Finish
2810
2890
SCPV
Square Bolts Code Numbers
Clearance to
allow free
movement
in a recesssed
installation
where the slot
is 19mm wide
(viewed from the bolt end of the square bolt)
Socket Bolts
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Clearance to
prevent
scratching
of the door
surface
Mounting options on standard doors
40
Mounting options on rebated doors
length
Code numbers based on length in mm
150
200
300
Socket Bolt
2810 2811 2812
Socket Bolt Locking 2820 2821 2822
450
2813
2823
600
2814
2824
450
2833
2843
600
2834
2844
‘Necked’ Bolt
Example of
necked bolt
Example of
locking
socket bolt
Example of
standard
socket bolt
direction of
door closing
Code numbers based on length in mm
150
200
300
‘Necked’ Bolt
2830 2831 2832
‘Necked’ Bolt Locking 2840 2841 2842
Spring Bolts
2850 –
2860 –
2870 –
2880 –
direction of
door closing
reversible on site
reversible on site
Code numbers based on length in mm
150
200
300
2850 2851 2852
450
2853
600
2854
2860
2861
2862
2863
2864
2870
2871
2872
2873
2874
2880
2881
2882
2883
2884
85
Hinge 100 x 75mm
Hinge 100 x 75mm
with handle
Hinges
accessories hinges
This range of Hinges, made from bronze as the base metal,
are designed for doors and applications where a substantial
hinge is required and are finished primarily in the bronze
finishes.
The Hinges feature a nine knuckle design, providing four load
bearing faces per hinge, with a 316 stainless steel hinge pin.
Screw hole patterns can be positioned to suit individual
requirements.
Hinge 100 x 75mm
with ball tips
Hinge Dimensions
Height
Leaf Thickness
Overall Thickness
Widths
100mm
5mm
11mm
75mm/100mm/120mm/200mm
Special hinge widths from 120mm to 200mm can be produced
to order.
Sizes and Code Numbers
Hinge 100 x 100mm
100
100
100
100
x
x
x
x
75mm
100mm
120mm
200mm
Plain Hinge Fixed Pin
Ball Tip
3701
3711
3721
3731
3703
3713
3723
3733
3702
3712
3722
3732
Finishes Available
Polished Bronze
Satin Bronze Aged
Sand Bronze Aged
Weathered Bronze
PBZ
SBZA
SABA
WBZ
To order, specify: (example)
Hinge 100 x 120mm
Hinge 100 x 200mm
86
Code Number
Finish
3701
PBZ
Radiused (R)
Rose shown
Handrail Support 3801, 3802, 3811 and 3812 are designed
to follow the styling of the roses on our door handle ranges with
matching rose covers. Available in Facet (F),
Radius (R), Square (S) and Cylinder (C) styles.
50
70
The rose cover clips over the base to provide a concealed
fixing. The handrail bracket on the wall mounted version can be
rotated on the base to allow best alignment of the four screws
that fasten it to the wall studs.
57
76
Handrail Supports
Handrail Support – screw fixed
3811 for flat rail/3812 for round rail
Handrail support 3821 and 3822 screw onto an M12 x
75mm stud that is screwed into the timber wall for a secure
fixing. The 38mm washer provides added protection of the wall
surface when the bracket screws onto the stud.
Radiused (R)
Rose shown
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Handrail Support – screw fixed
3801 for flat rail/3802 for round rail
Handrail Support 3831 and 3832 are for through-bolt fixing
to a glass or wooden wall with an M12 countersunk hex-drive
screw. Specify the wall thickness.
All support brackets are made from brass for the electroplated
finishes and bronze for the bronze finishes.
To order, specify: (example)
70
Code Number
Rose Type (where applicable)
Finish
3801
R
SCPV
57
Handrail Support – stud mounted
3821 for flat rail/3822 for round rail
70
76
38
Glass panel mounted
3831 for flat rail/3832 for round rail
87
Comma 3901
Comma 3902
Comma 3904
accessories casement
fasteners
2 Point
Lock Lever
Casement Fasteners
Designed for wood and aluminium windows. The lever style
options complement various ranges of lever handles.
Base plate styles are based on the Line range and a tapered
style.
The Casement Fasteners have a semi-concealed fixing for both
the lever and the strike.
Sabre 3911
The Mortice Strike, at right angles to the Fastener; has a nylon
insert to avoid metal to metal contact with the locking pin.
Sabre 3912
Handing of Casement Fasteners
The Casement Fasteners shown are all Left Hand (LH). Specify
Left Hand (LH) or Right hand (RH). The Wedge Strike is either
flush or offset 6mm.
Casement Fasteners and Code Numbers
Cobra 3921
Delta 3931
Cobra 3922
Comma
Sabre
Cobra
Delta
Swan
Line
Angle
Rod
Delta 3932
With Mortice
Strike
With Wedge
Strike
(flush)
With Wedge
Strike
(6mm offset)
2 Point
Lock
Lever
3901
3911
3921
3931
3941
3951
3961
3971
3902
3912
3922
3932
3942
3952
3962
3972
3903
3913
3923
3933
3943
3953
3963
3973
3904
–
–
–
–
3954
–
3974
To order specify; (example)
Swan 3941
Swan 3942
Line 3951
Line 3952
Line 3954
2 Point
Lock Lever
88
Code number
Handing
Base Plate Style
Finish
3901
LH
Tapered or Line
SCPV
Angle 3961
Dimensions
Angle 3962
Line 3952 example shown
With Wedge Strike
16
21
64
6
21
21
X1
With Mortice Strike
Rod 3971
Rod 3972
Rod 3974
32
2 Point
Lock Lever
21
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fasteners
Y1
9
Line 3953 example shown
Y2
41
60
Mortice Strike – Flush Mounted
3995
When the Casement Strike needs to be flush mounted, specify
Mortice Strike 3995 above. It is visible-fixed and has a nylon
insert to avoid metal to metal contact with the locking pin.
fixing centres
X2
Dimensions overall (mm)
casement fastener
length
height
X1
Y1
Comma
125
47
Sabre
125
47
Cobra
120
47
Delta
120
38
Swan
120
47
Line
120
38
Angle
120
38
Rod
120
38
2 point lock lever
length
height
X2
Y2
120
22
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
126
20
–
–
114
22
Telescopic/Security Stay
The Telescopic/Security Stays have a semi-concealed fixing
at each end. The thumb turn operates onto a clutch ring which
grips the extension rod for a positive lock.
Security Stay 3998
The Telescopic Stay travel is 130mm. The Security Stay travel
is limited to 55mm, to limit the window opening. This needs to
be positioned so that at its full extension, the window opening is
limited to 100mm; as required by some local body bylaws for
upper storey windows.
53
Telescopic Stay 3999
38
closed X / open Y
Security Stay 100mm extension: X = 120 / Y = 180
Telescopic Stay 175mm extension: X = 195 / Y = 330
40
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This extensive series of locks and latches have been developed
to cover many options and combinations of lock and door
types, the use of small, medium, large and tall pull handles and
lever handles.
Features of Our Locks and Latches
–
–
–
–
–
Designed to marry with our extensive range of pull handles,
lever handles, escutcheons and accessory components.
The lock faceplates are made from 316 stainless steel
and the cases from 304 stainless steel. Internal components
are from brass and stainless steel.
All strikes are made from 316 stainless steel.
Strike packers made from aluminium extrusion and are
natural anodized.
All locks are operated by standard profile cylinders and
turns, or our chant™ Profile Cylinder Turn Adaptor or
Cam Adaptor.
Handing of Locks and Latches (where applicable)
The way we hand our locks, is to marry them with the strikes,
A or B. Refer Handing of Strikes diagram with lock details,
page 95. The locks and latches can be handed on site,
however, many of our strikes are handed. Order carefully
and/or hang doors as planned.
– “A” strikes and locks, as viewed from the outside:
–
suit locks on the left, doors opening out
–
or locks on the right, doors opening in
– “B” strikes and locks, as viewed from the outside:
–
suit locks on the right, doors opening out
–
or locks on the left, doors opening in
Matching Locks, Handles, and Door Types
General considerations:
– Co-ordinate the escutcheon style to the handle style
– Choose the lock type for the operating function required
– The backset is the distance from the faceplate or the
edge of the door to the cylinder barrel centre line, and/or
lever handle spindle.
– Stile: the vertical member of the edge of a door, typically:
–
the aluminum section of an aluminum/glass door
–
the vertical timber member of a timber/glass door
–
the vertical timber member of a timber door with a
panel of horizontal or vertical tongue and groove
boards. The ‘boards’ may be genuine, or created by
grooves in the surface of a solid door.
Examples showing typical combinations
of pull handles and locks on doors:
1
Long curved handle to span
lock providing knuckle room.
Night latch or roller lock with
45 or 60mm backset of lock.
2
Small curved handle above
or below lock on narrow stile
doors.
Mounting pillars of handle in
line with the lock cylinder,
or handle visually centred
on the centre line of cylinder.
Lock backset may suit the
centre line of the stile.
Lock Functions
Mortice Locks 1000 – 1004: Used with lever handles to
withdraw the latch. A key can then be used on both sides or
alternatively; a key on the outside with a thumb turn on the
inside to lock and unlock the bolt.
3
Mortice Night Latches 1021 – 1023: Key entry to withdraw the
latch bolt, key or thumb turn to exit. When the door is shut, it is
locked. Using the hold back function, the door is free to swing,
or can be held shut (but not locked) with a door closer or roller
latch. Use pull handles both sides and a thumb turn inside, or
pull turn on the inside instead of a pull handle. Dead locking
function is included in the lock.
Mortice Deadbolts 1030 – 1033: Used where a latching
function is not required. Fit the cylinder/thumb turn combination
to suit. The door must be pushed shut, then locked with key or
thumb turn.
Mortice Sliding Door Locks 1040 – 1042: Fit the
cylinder/thumb turn combination to suit.
Mortice Roller Locks 1051 – 1054: Key on both sides, or key
on the outside and thumb turn on the inside to lock and unlock.
Door is held shut by the roller latch. The roller pressure
adjustment can assist in securing large and heavy doors, and
doors subject to wind, yet allow free access through the door
while unlocked. These locks also suit swing through doors with
a matching double lip strike.
Mortice Single Action Lock 1072 – 1073: Key on the outside
withdraws the latch bolt. Lever handle on the inside withdraws
the latch bolt at all times to open the door. Dead locking
function is included in the lock.
90
4
Straight or shaped handle
above the lock and in line
with the cylinder.
More suitable for medium
length handles to minimize
the vertical spread of the
lock and handle.
Use 60, 70, and 90mm
backset locks.
Solid core doors. These
allow more freedom with
lock backset and allow the
handle to be positioned
adjacent to lock.
Extra-wide and over-height
doors expand options to
use large handles.
Examples 1,2 and 3. If roller locks are
used, pull handles are needed on both
sides of door. An option is to use a large
handle on the outside and a smaller
handle on the inside. If a night latch is
used, pull handles can be fitted both
sides of door, or a pull turn on the inside
instead of a pull handle, refer to chant™
Escutcheons. For options in mounting pull
handles, refer to chant™ Technical.
1
2
3
4
This series of mortice locks and latches have been designed for
standard, narrow stile and rebated doors in a range of backsets.
They also feature a ‘minimal’ lever handle rotation of only 40˚.
The 72mm spindle to cylinder barrel centre line allows for a
practical separation of lever handle rose and turn escutcheon
without the appearance of crowding the components. It also
allows for the same length back plate to be used throughout a
project for entrance doors, narrow stile doors, internal doors
and doors with a privacy function utilising the chant™ Cam
Adapter 1250.
200
140
72
All locks have 8mm spindle hubs and are reversible.
When ordered they are handed to suit the handing requested
with the strike.
X
24
Y
Lock Strikes for Standard Doors
1005b
1005a
Lock Strike Packer
1007a/b
When these locks are to be used with unsprung lever handles,
specify ‘HD’ after the lock code number.
Mortice Lock Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
X
1000
35
1001
45
1002
60
1003
70
1004
90
Case depth:
Y
50
65
80
90
110
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Mortice Locks
Mortice Locks
1000/1001/1002/1003/1004
Horizontal
fixing centres:
Plate furniture only
38 – 41mm
38 – 41mm
38 – 41mm
38 – 41mm
Lock Strikes for Standard Doors 1005a/b
These strikes are handed to avoid compromising the design and
installation aesthetics of universal, long lip strikes.
– Full length strike box
– Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Lock Strikes 1006a/b
Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors
1008b
1008a
–
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door frame. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door frame.
The bent lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width
specified.
Strike Packer 1007a – 10mm/1007b – 8.5mm
For aluminium door frames
– Aluminium 10mm or 8.5mm thick x 24mm wide
– Natural anodised finish
Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors 1008a/b
–
–
Lock packer included with these strikes
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors 1009a/b
–
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door thickness. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door. The bent
lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
91
Mortice Latches
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& latches
Mortice Latch
1011/1012/1013
Mortice Latch Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
Case depth: Horizontal fixing
X
Y
centres:
1011
45
65
38 - 41mm
1012
60
80
38 - 41mm
1013
70
90
38 - 41mm
120
60
25
X
24
Y
Latch Strike for
Standard Doors
(universal) 1015
Strike Packer
1017a/b
Latch Strikes for
Rebated Doors
1018
The latches have 8mm spindle hubs, are reversible, and can be
handed on site. When these latches are to be used with unsprung
lever handles, specify “HD” after the latch code number.
Latch Strike for Standard Doors 1015
–
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip and are of a universal design
D-Strike for Standard Doors 1015a
Extended Latch Strikes 1016
–
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door frame. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door frame. The
bent lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
Strike Packer 1017a – 10mm/1017b – 8.5mm
For aluminium door frames
– Aluminium 10mm or 8.5mm thick x 24mm wide
– Natural anodised finish
D-Strike for Standard Doors
(universal) 1015a – not shown
Latch Strike for Rebated Doors 1018
–
–
–
Mortice Night Latch
1021/1022/1023
Universal design
Lock packer included with these strikes
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Latch Strike for Rebated Doors 1019
–
150
90
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door thickness. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door. The bent
lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
Mortice Night Latches
Night Latches have both deadlock and hold-back functions.
55
X
Y
Mortice Night Latch works with Latch Strike 1015
(standard doors) and Strike Packer 1017a/b above
Night Latch Strikes for Rebated Doors
1028b
1028a
24
Mortice Night Latch Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
Case depth:
X
Y
1021
45
65
1022
60
80
1023
70
90
Latch Strike for Standard Doors Use Strike 1015 above
Extended Latch Strikes
Use Extended Latch Strike 1016a/b above
Strike Packer Use Strike Packer 1017a/b above
Night Latch Strikes for Rebated Doors 1028a/b
–
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip. Lock packer included
Extended Latch Strikes for Rebated Doors 1029a/b
–
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Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door thickness. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door. The bent
lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
Mortice Deadbolt
1030/1031/1032/1033
Mortice Deadbolt Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
Case depth:
X
Y
1030
35
50
1031
45
65
1032
60
80
1033
70
90
150
90
Deadbolt Strike for Standard Doors 1035
55
Strike Packer 1037a – 10mm/1037b – 8.5mm
X
24
Y
Standard Strike
1035
For aluminium door frames (not shown)
– Aluminium 10mm or 8.5mm thick x 24mm wide
– Natural anodised finish
Deadbolt Strike for Rebated Doors 1038a/1038b
Deadlock Strikes for Rebated Doors
1038a
1038b
–
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Mortice Deadbolts
Lock packer included with these strikes
Mortice Sliding Door Locks
Mortice Sliding Door Lock
1040/1041/1042
Mortice Sliding Door Lock Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
Case depth:
X
Y
1040
35
50
1041
45
65
1042
60
80
150
Sliding Door Lock Strike 1045
90
55
X
24
Y
Sliding Door Strike
1045
93
Mortice Roller Locks
Mortice Roller Lock
1051/1052/1053/1054
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The Mortice Roller Locks and matching Strike Plates have been
designed for standard, narrow-stile, rebated and swing-through
doors.
Roller
projection
adjusting
screw
67
Roller
pressure
adjusting
screw
235
175
63
Outline
of Chant
Cylinder
Escutcheon:
Ø50mm
55
30
X
24
Four backsets are available, 45mm, 60mm, 70mm and 90mm
for matching of locks to different types of doors and handle
configurations.
The range of backset locks are particularly suitable for use with
chant™ curved pull handles where the lock can be placed
within the arc of the handle or adjacent to a straight handle.
They also facilitate the vertical alignment of the cylinder barrel
and pull handle when required, allowing the cylinder to be
placed in the middle of the door stile.
The locks feature adjustment from the faceplate for roller
projection and pressure. The roller pressure adjustment can
assist in securing large and heavy doors, and doors subject to
wind, yet allow free access through the door while unlocked. A
cautionary note is that increased roller pressure does make it
harder to open and close the door.
Y
The two holes in the lock case allow for a pull handle mounting
bolt to pass through the case to minimise the vertical separation
of the handle and the cylinder escutcheon.
Roller Lock Strikes for Standard Doors
1055b
1055a
The pressure adjustment also allows for very light settings when
appropriate.
Mortice Roller Lock Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
Case depth:
X
Y
1051
45
60
1052
60
75
1053
70
85
1054
90
105
Roller Lock Strikes for Standard Doors 1055a/b
–
–
–
–
–
Ramp for roller to roll up when door closing
Downward ramp for the roller to extend into, securing the
door against its backstop
Integral strike box behind the roller ramp
Separate strike box for lock bolt
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Roller Lock Strikes 1056a/b
–
1056a/b
94
Strike Packer
1057a/b
70
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door frame. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door frame. The
bent lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
Strike Packer 1057a – 10mm/1057b – 8.5mm
For aluminium door frames
– Aluminium 10mm or 8.5mm thick x 24mm wide
– Natural anodised finish
1058b
Roller Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors 1058a/b
–
–
Ramp for the roller to roll up when the door is closing
Downward ramp for the roller to extend into, securing the
door against its backstop
Integral strike box behind the roller ramp
Separate strike box for lock bolt
Lock packer included with these strikes
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
–
–
–
–
Extended Roller Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors
1059a/b
–
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door thickness. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door. The bent
lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
Roller Lock Strike for Swing-through Doors 1060
(double lip style)
–
–
–
–
Roller Lock Strikes for Swing-through Doors
1060 (double-lip style)
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& latches
Roller Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors
1058a
Ramps for the roller to roll up when the door is closing
V-recess in the centre to locate the door
Separate strike box for lock bolt
Specify jamb width required when ordering,
ie. 1060 – 120mm
10mm wide lips are additional to the jamb width
unless otherwise stated
–
Handing of Strikes
Single Doors
Doors that open OUT
a
Inside
b
Outside
Doors that open IN
b
Inside
a
Outside
Double Doors
Doors that open OUT
maximum width
150
a
Doors that open IN
b
Inside
Outside
b
Inside
Outside
a
95
Mortice Roller Latches
accessories mortice locks
& latches
Mortice Roller Latch
1061
Mortice Roller Latch 1061
Roller
projection
adjusting
screw
155
95
Roller
pressure
adjusting
screw
60
Roller Latch Strike
for Standard Doors
1065
24
Extended Roller
Latch Strike
1066
Roller Strike
Packer
1067a/b
The Mortice Roller Latch is designed for standard, narrow stile,
rebated and swing-through doors. It can be installed on the stile
or on the head of the door. This Roller Latch is particularly
suitable for swing-through doors to locate the door in the closed
position, to receive an electric locking bolt.
Roller Latch Strike for Standard Doors 1065
–
–
–
–
–
Universal
Ramp for the roller to roll up when the door is closing
Downward ramp for the roller to extend into,
securing the door against its backstop
Integral strike box behind the roller ramp
Standard strike measures 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Roller Latch Strike 1066
–
Extended 50mm from standard.
These strikes can be cut back to suit the door frame.
Specify the length required from the lock centreline
to the edge of the door frame. The bent lip, 10mm wide,
is additional to the width specified.
Roller Strike Packer
1067a – 10mm/1067b – 8.5mm
70
Roller Latch Strike
for Rebated Doors
1068a
1068b
For aluminium door frames
– Aluminium 10mm or 8.5mm thick x 24mm wide
– Natural anodised finish
Roller Latch Strike for Rebated Doors 1068a/b
–
–
–
–
Ramp for roller to roll up when the door is closing
Downward ramp for the roller to extend into,
securing the door against its backstop
Integral strike box behind the roller ramp
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Roller Latch Strikes for Rebated Doors
1069a/b
–
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can be cut
back to suit the door thickness. Specify the length required
from the lock centreline to the edge of the door. The bent
lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the width specified.
Roller Latch Strike for Swing-through Doors
(double lip style) 1070
Roller Latch Strike for Swing-through Doors
1070
96
maximum
150
–
–
–
Ramp for roller to roll up when the door is closing
V-recess in the centre to locate the door
Specify jamb width required when ordering,
ie. 1070 – 120mm
10mm wide lips are additional to the jamb width,
unless otherwise specified
Mortice Single Action Lock
1072/1073
Mortice Single Action Lock 1072
Key on the outside withdraws the latch bolt. Lever handle on the
inside withdraws the latch bolt at all times to open the door.
Dead locking function is included in the lock.
170
Faceplate made from 316 stainless steel with brass case, and
brass and stainless steel components. This lock has an 8mm
spindle hub, and the latch bolt is reversible.
110
X
24
Y
Lock Strike for
Standard Doors
(universal) 1015
Single Action Lock Strikes for Rebated Doors
1078a
1078b
The lock case is machined with elongated slots to mount the
door handles. They are supplied with offset nuts that allow the
fitting of lever handles on a rose with 38mm or 41mm fixing
centres. This allows the handle to be securely fastened with the
door sandwiched between the handle rose and the lock case.
A packer is provided to centre the lock body within a 22mm
mortice.
accessories mortice locks
& latches
Mortice Single Action Locks
Mortice Single Action Lock Dimensions
Model:
Backset:
Case depth:
X
Y
1072
60
85
1073
70
95
Lock Strike for Standard Doors 1015
–
–
Universal design
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Extended Lock Strikes 1016a/b
–
Strike Packer
1017a/b
Extended 50mm from standard. These strikes can
be cut back to suit the door frame. Specify the length
required from the lock centre line to the edge of the
door frame. The bent lip, 10mm wide, is additional to the
width specified.
Strike Packer 1017a – 10mm/1017b – 8.5mm
For aluminium door frames
– Aluminium 10mm or 8.5mm thick x 24mm wide
– Natural anodised finish
Lock Strike for Rebated Doors 1078a/b
–
–
Lock packer included with these strikes
Standard strikes measure 20mm from the lock centreline
to the bend of the lip.
Finishes available for locks,
latches and strikes
Stainless steel
SS
Copper plate
COP
Bronze plate*
BP*
*This is a brass/bronze plated finish on stainless steel as
an approximate match for bronze handles
97
accessories twin bolts
Twin Bolts
Options:
This series of mortice locks and latches are designed primarily
for wooden, double entrance doors. The doors can then be
opened simultaneously to provide a grand entrance, opening
the doors “the way the butler used to”.
A. Two Point Latch and Bolt/Lockable 1090
The doors can be rebated or square edge and must be custom
built to provide a recess to allow for the internal vertical rods
to operate the latch or locking bolts. This is an alternative to
exposed, surface espagnollete rods.
These mechanisms can be used with the following options of
door hardware for the lockable versions:
– Lever handles outside and inside
– Lock cylinder on one, or both door leaves, or neither side of
either door
– Cylinder or thumb turn on the inside
– Pull handles on the outside with no access; lever handle
surface mounted on the inside, with lock cylinder, or turn, or
neither function.
This type of “door set” is custom designed because of the
various options with doors and operating door hardware, as
they are site specific. Consult chant™ with your requirements.
Used where there is no sill at the bottom of the door. The latch
secures the door at the top and the bolt fits into an elongated
dust socket or strike on the floor. When the lever is fully
operated, both latch and bolt withdraw. The bolt ‘catches’ and
stays retracted in the mortice lock, allowing the door to be
opened. When the levers are released, the bolt, which is
retracted, will not scrape on the floor. When the door is shut
and latches at the top, the release button below the lever
handle can be pushed to release the bolt and secure the door.
This feature can also be used to fasten the door in the open
position with the bolt secured in a second dust socket or strike.
These locks can use any of our chant™ or Mason door handles
on plates in the groups; 30, 130, 250, and 310 as detailed in
chant™ Technical on pages 104 – 109.
When the lock in option A is used, the inside lever handle plate
requires the bolt release button to be fitted, specify “R” after the
plate code number when ordering the handles
When the locks from the options above are fitted to rebated
doors, a half depth lock packer is used behind each lock to
minimise the visual offset, of the lever handle from the edge of
the door, on both sides of the door.
On square edge doors, a brush type weather seal can be
used as a draught strip to fill the gap between the doors. This
requires dimensional accuracy on the installation of the doors,
and allowance for the possible expansion and contraction of
the doors due to temperature and humidity changes.
The lever handle back set from the faceplate of the lock
is 70mm, and the bolt or rod, 40mm.
Bolt release button
The construction of the door to provide the recesses for the
operating rods can be as detailed in the drawings on page 83
Flush Pull Bolts/Conceal-fixed.
Installation
1. The morticed lock or latch mechanism is fitted to the door in
the prepared recess.
2. The pull rods for the latches or bolts are cut to length to a
calculation of door size and handle height.
3. The pull rods are then secured into the lock bolt or tubular
latch with thread locking compound
4. The assembly is then inserted into the prepared rod hole
and screwed into the lock or latch body, until the correct
vertical adjustment is achieved.
5. The faceplate of the tubular latch will drop into its prepared
recess and is then fastened with two screws, or the guide
plate fitted over the locking bolt. The guide plate has a
slotted hole to suit the round bolt which has two flat surfaces
to prevent the bolt from rotating.
98
Dust Sockets
Designed with a round ended, elongated
opening so that there is tolerance for
installation and any expansion or shrinkage in
wooden doors.
Flange diameter: 38mm
Body diameter: 25mm
Length: 50mm
Dust Socket
Screw-fixed
1098
Dust Socket
Glue-fixed
1099
C. One or Two Point Latch 1092
Used where there is a sill at the bottom of the door. The lever
handles when operated, withdraw both latches allowing the
doors to be opened. The doors self latch when closing.
Operating the lock by a double cylinder lock, or single cylinder
on the outside and a thumb turn on the inside, locks and unlocks
the handles.
The cylindrical latch mechanism fits into a circular hole, either
partially or fully through the door. It is secured into the recess
with screws. The lever handles are then tie-screwed through the
mechanism. When the levers are operated, the latches retract.
The mechanism is suitable for;
– a single handle on one side.
This is surface fixed to the mechanism
– handles both sides, tie-screwed through the mechanism
and door
– a single latch at the top only
– horizontal fixing of the lever handle is at 38mm centres
accessories twin bolts
B. Two Point Latch/Lockable 1091
The mechanism shown below has a pair of Angle Lever
Handles attached.
Latch Strike 1015
D-Strike 1015a, or custom strike
made to suit site requirements
99
accessories cylinders & turns
Profile Cylinder and Turn
Profile Double Cylinder
Generally all key cylinders have a C4 profile.
Cylinders indicated below with ‘*’ are Union and have
Union Profile keys.
Profile Single Cylinder
Profile Single Turn
Cylinder and Turn Options:
Refer to following diagram to calculate overall length required,
based on thickness of door added to thickness of back plate(s)
and/or escutcheon(s).
overall cylinder length
single
turn
single
cylinder
Remember to allow for the
protrusion of the cylinder or turn
for the lever handle back plate,
12.5mm, or escutcheons –
7mm or 9mm. Refer chant™
Escutcheons, page 68 for
thickness.
door thickness
length to
centreline
door thickness
Cam Adapter
1250
model
Profile Cylinders and
1200
- 3 pin
1201
- 5 pin
1202
- 6 pin
*1203 - 6 pin
1204
- 5 pin
length
Turns
42mm
62mm
70mm
82mm
90mm
Profile Double Cylinders
1210
- 3 pin
42mm
1211
- 5 pin
62mm
1212
- 6 pin
70mm
*1213 - 6 pin
82mm
1214
- 5 pin
90mm
Profile Single Cylinders
1220
- 3 pin
21mm to door centreline
1221
- 5 pin
31mm to door centreline
1222
- 5 pin
35mm to door centreline
Profile Single Turns
1230
1231
1232
21mm to door centreline
31mm to door centreline
35mm to door centreline
Profile Cylinder Turn Adapter
1241/1242/1243/1244
All profile cylinder locks can use a chant™ Profile Cylinder Turn
Adapter with chant™ door handles and escutcheons. Cylinder
plates can be used on the outside of the door with the adapter
bar connecting to the slot in the back of the thumb turn on the
inside plate, or standard turn escutcheon (401 etc.). Specify door
thickness when ordering this product. Refer to Technical pages
104 – 109, and chant™ Escutcheons page 68 for further details.
Profile Cylinder Turn Adapter
1241/1242/1243/1244
100
Cylinders and Turns
Remember to allow for the
protrusion of the cylinder for the
lever handle back plate –
12.5mm, or escutcheons –
7mm or 9mm. Specify door
thickness when ordering this
product. Refer chant™
Escutcheons, page 68 for
thickness.
Note: The Cylinder Escutcheon
on this side is concentric with
the cylinder body. The Turn
Escutcheon on the opposite side
is above the Cylinder
Escutcheon and is concentric
with the cylinder barrel. Hole
preparation for the cylinder
through the door must be made
accordingly.
1241
1242
1243
1244
31mm
35mm
40mm
45mm
to
to
to
to
door
door
door
door
centreline
centreline
centreline
centreline
Cam Adapter 1250
The Cam Adapter 1250 has been designed to be used with
chant™ Mortice Locks. They provide an improved aesthetic over
conventional profile emergency/turns, by allowing the use of
plates with thumb and emergency turns, or using standard turn
and emergency escutcheons.
The Cam Adapter is operated by the 6mm x 2mm Turn Bar (A)
on chant™ Thumb Turns – refer Technical, pages 104 – 113.
Some brands of profile cylinder locks can be converted with a
chant™ Cam Adapter and are lock specific, refer to chant™ to
confirm suitability for your lock type.
Product Finishes
Satin chrome plate
SCPV
Polished brass – Uncoated
PBU
Copper plate
COP
Aged brass
AB*
*This is an approximate colour match for polished bronze
and satin bronze-aged handles and escutcheons
chant™ custom manufacture
Some examples of pull handles, lever handles and a cabinet
knob in polished bronze that have been requested by specifiers
for special projects.
custom
accessories manufacture
Some examples of custom pull handles
Cubic Pull handle with
custom surface detail
Customised Angle Lever Handle
with leather hand-grip
Customised fixed cabinet knob
101
chant™ Arc 542 Pull Handle
technical
94
104
chant™ Lever Handles on Rose
The world generally has two practices for the handing of door
handles. We adopt the following method:
The following features are incorporated in the design
of the roses:
– The handles are reversible on the roses
– 4 hole back to back fixing, 2 holes vertically for use with
tubular latches and 2 holes horizontally for use with
mortice locks
– Fixing centres available: – 38mm and 41mm
– Spring return on all handles
– Snap on rose cover to provide concealed fixing with
screw driver recess to assist removal (these are generally
on the inside rose only)
– Fixing plate available to lock the handle from turning
– Spindles supplied, 7.6mm or 8mm
– 5/32” x 3” BSW (76mm) stainless steel screws supplied
– Three rose cover styles: F=Facet, R=Radius, S=Square
to complement lever styles and escutcheons in the
3400/3410/3420 Series
– Rose cover styles: P=Pyramid and C=Cylinder are
designed for the Cubic and Rod/Angle lever handle styles.
These styles are complimented by the escutcheons in the
3430 and 3450 series.
Handling is necessary in the following situations:
– When lever handles are to have their visible-fixed side on
the inside, and the concealed-fixed side on the outside.
– When lever handles are asymmetrical, i.e. cannot be
reversed.
– When lever handle back plates have different functions on
each side of the door, i.e. lock cylinder on one side, thumb
turn on the other.
– Pull handles that are asymmetrical.
Hinges
We do not consider where the hinges are, as some doors do
not have hinges. Our terminology applies to doors that swing
out, swing in, slide to the left or to the right.
“Outside” is generally the outside of the building, or when
standing in front of a door in a;
– Foyer, opening to the dinning room, or lounge, or office
– hall opening to a bedroom,
– bedroom opening to an ensuite,
– or the most commonly viewed side ,
– or whichever side you choose is the “outside”.
Pairs of handles back to back
The outside is the side that has the concealed-fixed handle on it,
or the side which is fixed by the handle fastened on the inside.
Refer page 110, Mounting Options.
1. To determine the handing, select the side of the door which
is the ‘outside’ or the most commonly viewed side. The
handle on this side of the door is the concealed fixed
handle.
2. If the handle is on the right, it is a RIGHT HAND pair of
door handles, if on the left, it is a LEFT HAND pair of
door handles.
Note: Applies to doors that open IN or OUT
Single Handle
If the handle is on the right, it is a RIGHT HAND
handle, on the left, it is a LEFT HAND handle.
Single Swing Doors
Left Hand
Sliding Doors
Left Hand
Rebated Doors
Right Hand
Right side of door leaf
Inside
Doors Opening In
Outside
Doors Opening Out
Right Hand
Rose Types 41F/41R/41S/41P/41C
F=Facet/R=Radius/S=Square/P=Pyramid/C=Cylinder
41mm fixing centres for:
– Tubular latches, 60mm backset or longer
– Lockwood 3500 Series mortice lock (Australia)
– NT Falcon mortice lock (USA)
Handle
Type
Rose
Style
Handing
Lever (L)
Fixed (F)
Finish
Spindle
Size
Quantity
531
38F
LH
L
SCPV
8mm
5pr
It is recommended that the lock type is stated when ordering
lever handles.
Right Hand
Fixed
Leaf
Outside
Rose Types 38F/38R/38S/38P/38C
F=Facet/R=Radius/S=Square/P=Pyramid/C=Cylinder
38mm fixing centres for:
– Tubular latch: 60mm backset or longer
– Profile cylinder mortice locks:
• AGB, CES, chant™, CISA, Dorma, FSB, GSV, Häfele,
JADO, KFV, Protector Series, SAB
• Legge 8762, 57mm backset
– Oval cylinder mortice locks:
• Astra Brass and Astra S Series
• Legge 990 MF
• Union 2041, 127mm backset (has the lock cylinder
horizontally in line with the lever handle)
• Union 2241, 57mm and 82.5mm backsets
– Mortice latch: Union 2677, 57mm backset
Example and specification of an order for lever or fixed handle
on rose.
Inside
Outside
handing/lever
chant handles on rose
Handing of Handles
refer chant™
Product Finishes
4–5
Left Hand
Left side of door leaf
105
chant door handle
plates
chant™ Door Handle Plates
The combinations of chant™ and Mason handles on different
plate styles, allow them to be used to fit a variety of design
applications, from contemporary to traditional. Narrow plates for
narrow stiles and French doors, wider plates on solid internal
doors, and large plates for entrance doors.
Plate styles
Plates with square edges
A1
A2
A3
A4
All chant™ and Mason handles can be fitted to the plates for all
functions, except the Mason Swim lever handle in narrow style
applications. The forward overhang of this handle style does not
allow it to be used on locks with a backset of less than 55mm.
Plates with soft edges
B1
B2
B3
Plate dimensions
The 32mm and 38mm plates are designed for glazed aluminium
and wooden doors where there is space for narrow backset
locks only (30mm minimum backsets), and on solid doors where
the narrow plate style is required. Handles are not reversible on
these plates. The 44mm and 50mm wide plates are designed
for latches and locks with a minimum backset of 45mm, and are
reversible LH/RH when used with symmetrical handle styles. All
plates are 12.5mm deep.
B4
Fixing
The outside plates are concealed fixed and fastened to the door
with two screws and mounting collars from the inside of the door.
The inside plate slides over the mounting collars and is secured
by two socket set screws on the top and bottom edge of the plate.
Plates with chamfered edges
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
When plates with an emergency turn are required to have a
coloured indicator function showing the lock status, specify ‘i’
after the plate number: eg 22i.
3-point locking systems
All lever handles on plates can be used with 2 or 3-point locking
systems where the handle is operated upwards to set the bolts.
Specify 3PL in the order code (Plate Combination),
when ordering.
This style C1– C5 is available only in 38mm, 44mm and
50mm wide plates
Examples of handles on plates, and with turn options
Sabre 531 Handle on C4-250 Plate
Arc 551 Handle on B3-256 Plate
with a conventional profile cylinder
and turn
To Create a Specification
1. Select handle style.
2. Select plate style from the chart (A1 – C5).
3. – Select plate width from the following:
32mm, 38mm, 44mm, 50mm
– Select the group corresponding with the lock type
required, eg. 30–38 group for a chant™ lock.
– Select the plate number to match the function for both
outside and inside plates (if a pair is required) eg. 31+38,
or a single plate only for outside or inside, eg. 30 or 35.
4. Select handing – refer to ‘Handing of Handles’ on page 105.
5. Select handle function: Lever (L) or Fixed (F)
6. Select handle finish. (Alternative finishes on each side of the
door may be specified – order carefully!)
7. Specify spindle size: 7.6mm or 8mm
8. Specify quantity required
Example of specifications required for an order
1.
Handle
Style
2.
Plate
Style
Sabre 531 C4
Delta 631 Handle on A2-258 Plate
with a chant™ Cam Adapter, or
Profile Cylinder Turn Adapter
106
3.
4.
Plate
Handing
Combination
*
21+26
LH
5.
6.
Lever (L)
Finish
or Fixed (F)
7.
8.
Spindle Quantity
Size
L
7.6mm
SCPV
2pr
Repeat this ordering sequence for each plate combination
required for the project.
*Please note that an additional specification will be required:
The spindle to cylinder barrel or thumb turn centreline dimension,
for group 40 and 110 plates, ie. 72, 85 or 92mm.
32mm wide Plates
Outside Plates – Concealed fixing. Left hand shown, refer to
‘Handing of Handles’ for handing specification, page 105
door handle
chant plates
Inside Plates – Semi concealed fixing
Plates to suit: Tubular Latches
10
15
80 112
*
Plates to suit: AGB, CISA, ISEO, Millton, Protector Series 8500, SAB, Schlage 970, WELKA, etc. mortice locks – 85mm centres
20
21
22
27
26
25
60
216
Cylinder
Emergency
Turn
*85
Cylinder
185
Thumb
Turn
*
Plates to suit: chant™, Dorma, FSB, Häfele, JADO, KFV, NEMEF, etc. mortice locks – 72mm centres
30
31
32
33
35
38
37
36
46
*72
191
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
78
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
*72 160
Plates to suit a variety of profile cylinder locks. After the Plate Code Number, specify the spindle to cylinder barrel or thumb turn
centreline dimension*. eg. 41+46 – 92mm
40
41
42
47
46
45
64
220
*
*
189
Plates to suit: Legge 995 MF, Lockwood 5582 – 30mm backset, Lockwood 6582 – 38mm backset narrow stile mortice locks
50
51
52
53
55
54
56
57
159
90
190
37
Plates to suit: Legge 990 Series and Lockwood 3570 Series mortice locks – 60mm, 89mm and 127mm backset
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
129
63.5
160
32
*
Plates to suit: Legge 8512, 8642, 8762, Yale 3100, Jackson, etc. mortice locks – 47.5mm centres
70
71
75
72
76
40
77
125
47.5
*
156
*
Plates to suit: Imperial G7000, G8020 etc. mortice locks – 51mm centres
80
81
82
83
85
86
156
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
40
87
*51
88
57
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
*51 125
*
Plates to suit: Protector Series 735, Medio ME44 (short or deep backset) etc. mortice locks – 48.5mm centres
90
91
92
95
96
156
40
*
48.5
97
107
125
chant door handle
plates
38mm wide Plates
Outside Plates – Concealed fixing. Left hand shown, refer to
‘Handing of Handles’ for handing specification, page 105.
Inside Plates – Semi concealed fixing
Plates to suit: Tubular Latches
105
100
80 112
Plates to suit a variety of profile cylinder locks. After the Plate Code Number, specify the spindle to cylinder barrel or thumb turn
centreline dimension*. eg. 311+316 – 92mm
110
111
112
115
117
116
64
189
220
Cylinder
Emergency
Turn
*
Cylinder
Thumb
Turn
*
*
Plates to suit: AGB, CISA, ISEO, Millton, SAB, Protector Series 8500, Schlage 970, WELKA, etc. mortice locks – 85mm centres
120
121
122
125
126
127
60
216
Plates to suit: chant™, Dorma, FSB, Häfele, JADO, KFV, NEMEF, etc. mortice locks – 72mm centres
130
131
132
135
133
185
*85
*
136
137
138
46
191
*72
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
160
78
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
*72
*
Plates to suit: Legge 8512, 8642 and 8762; Yale 3100, Jackson, etc. mortice locks – 47.5mm centres
140
141
142
145
146
147
40
*47.5
156
125
*
Plates to suit: Imperial G7000, G8020 etc. mortice locks – 51mm centres
150
151
152
153
155
156
157
40
*51
156
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
158
57
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
*
Plates to suit: Protector Series 735, Medio ME44 (short or deep backset) etc. mortice locks – 48.5mm centres
160
161
162
165
166
156
40
167
125
*48.5
Plates to suit: Legge 990 Series and Lockwood 3570 Series mortice locks – 60mm, 89mm and 127mm backset
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
160
177
129
63.5
32
108
Plates shown on grey suit chant™ Mortice Locks. Refer pages 90 – 97
125
*51
Handles on these plates are reversible on-site if the handle is a symmetrical style
Outside Plates – Concealed fixing. Left hand shown, refer to
‘Handing of Handles’ for handing specification, page 105.
Inside Plates – Semi concealed fixing
door handle
chant plates
44mm wide Plates
Plates to suit: Legge 990 Series and Lockwood 3570 Series mortice locks – 60mm, 89mm and 127mm backset
210
211
212
Cylinder
Emergency
Turn
213
214 215
216
217
Thumb
Turn
Cylinder
166
135
63.5
37.5
*
Plates to suit: Legge 8512, 8642 and 8762; Yale 3100, Jackson, etc. mortice locks – 47.5mm centres
220
221
222
225
226
227
37.5
*47.5
166
135
*
Plates to suit: Imperial G7000, G8020 etc. mortice locks – 51mm centres
230
231
232
233
235
236
238
237
37.5
*51
166
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
135
57
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
*51
*
Plates to suit: Protector Series 735, Medio ME44 (short or deep backset) etc. mortice locks – 48.5mm centres
240
241
242
245
246
247
37.5
*48.5
166
Plates to suit: chant™, Dorma, FSB, Häfele, JADO, KFV, NEMEF, etc. mortice locks – 72mm centres
250
251
252
253
255
135
*
256
258
257
46
46
46
*72
78
*72
160
191
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
50mm wide Plates Handles on these plates are reversible on-site if the handle is a symmetrical style
Plates to suit: chant™, Dorma, FSB, Häfele, JADO, KFV, NEMEF, etc. mortice locks – 72mm centres
310
311
312
313
315
200
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
Plates with Alternative Turn Functions
Cam Adapter
Profile Cylinder
Turn Adapter
*
316
318
317
55
55
55
*72
78
*72
For locks
with chant™
Cam Adapter
Some profile cylinder locks can be converted with a chant™
Cam Adapter, to allow the use of plates with thumb and
emergency turns. This provides an improved aesthetic appeal
over conventional profile cylinder and turns. The cam adapter is
operated by the 6mm x 2mm turn bar (A) on the Thumb Turn –
refer to chant™ Escutcheons, page 68, eg. used typically on
253+258 plates above.
Or, using chant™ Profile Cylinder Turn Adapter. Cylinder plates
can be used on the outside of a door with the adapter bar
connecting with the slot in the back of the thumb turn on the
inside plate, eg. 311+318 plates above.
Refer to chant™ Cylinders and Turns, page 100 for more
information on both products.
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Mounting Option 1
Mounting Option 2
Back to Back (BTB) - Pairs of handles
Back Fixed (BF) - One pair of handles on two
adjacent doors or a single handle on one door.
Outside
Inside
Mounting collar
➞
chant pull handles
Pull Handles
Socket setscrew
Example and specification of an order for 2 pair Sabre 522
handles to be mounted back to back on 2 adjacent doors or
1 pair of Cobra 601 handles on a single door.
Example/Handle
Mounting
Handing
(if applicable)
Finish
Quantity
A/522
A/522
B/601
BTB
BTB
BTB
RH
LH
-
SCPV
SCPV
COP
1 pair
1 pair
1 pair
Example B
Example A
Right hand
handle
Example and specification of an order for 1 pair of Luna 562
handles or 1 only Arc 541 handle.
Example/Handle Mounting
Fastening
Option
Handing
Finish
(if applicable)
C/562
D/541
FS
DS
LH/RH
RH
BF
BF
Example C
PBZ
SBZA
Example D
Left hand
handle
*
*Note: This is a left handle because it is on the left side of the
door leaf, when viewed from the "outside" or concealed-fixed
side. Refer to chant Technical "Handling of Handles",
page 105.
Fastening options for back fixed handles
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Countersunk slotted screw M6 x 50mm
Code CS
Dome Screw - For glass or wooden
doors M6 x 75mm standard length
supplied, OR specify door thickness.
Code DS
Flat Screw - For aluminium or wooden
doors M6 x 75mm standard length
supplied, OR specify door thickness.
Code FS
Quantity
1 pair
1 only
Mounting Option 4
Surface Fixed (SF) - One pair of handles on two
adjacent doors or a single handle on one door
Wooden Doors only. Mounting collars are screwed to the door
with 10g x 50mm (2’’) stainless steel screws. The handle is fixed
to the collars with socket setscrews.
Used in situations where handles are necessary on both
sides of a door, and a change in size is required from one side
to the other. Example: Large handle on the outside of a front
door with a smaller handle on the inside for the entry foyer.
Combination Handles (Pairs of dissimilar handles)
Top to Top, specify - TT
Mounting Collar
chant pull handles
Mounting Option 3
➞
Socket screwset
Surface fix
Example and specification of an order for 1 pair of Bow 502
handles or 1 only Cobra 602 handle.
Example/Handle
Mounting
Handing
(if applicable)
Finish
Quantity
E/502
F/602
SF
SF
LH/RH
-
SCPV
PCP
1 pair
1 only
Bottom to Bottom, specify - BB
Surface fix
Example E
Example F
This surface fixed option can also be used when handles are
required on both sides of the door, when they must be mounted
independently of each other.
Note: The options of ‘Top to Top’ or ‘Bottom to Bottom’ should
be considered to obtain the preferred ‘ operating height of both
handles, and their position in relation to the lock.
If the handles are a “handed” style, they must be ordered with
the handing stated correctly for the handle on each side.
Example and specification of an order for combination handles.
If there is any doubt about our required specification on
handing of handles when placing an order, please supply a
sketch of the plan view of the door, showing the outside, the
hinge position/swing of the door, position of the handle(s)
and code number(s).
Handle
Combination
Mounting
522/524
TT
Handing
(if applicable)
LH
Finish
SCPV
Quantity
1 pair
Options for Combination Handles
1. Larger handle on outside of door, smaller handle on inside
of door eg. 522/524.
2. Both handles are typically from the same suite eg. Sabre.
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chant pull handles
Pull Handles
Mounting of Door handles on Glass
or Sliding Doors.
All chant™ and Mason handles can be mounted on wood,
glass and aluminium stile doors. Additional accessories are
as follows.
Backing Washers
Available for all Mason pull handles and applications.
Type - BWA
Used to prevent handle pillars or mounting collars crushing into
‘soft’ timber surfaces, or as a general backing washer between
handle pillars and the door surface on any installation.
Must be used on glass doors with all pull handles.
25mm washer diameter for PM01, PM10, PM11, PM12,
PM21, PM31, PM32, PM41, PM42 handles.
22mm washer diameter for PM02, PM13, PM22, PM23,
PM33, PM36, PM43, PM46 handles.
Offset Plates
Offset Plates allow Mason Pull Handles to be mounted on
narrow stile doors, where there is insufficient hand clearance
between the handle and the edge of the door.
Offset Plates are available for the following handles:
PM01, PM02
PM10, PM11, PM12, PM13
PM21, PM22, PM23
PM41, PM42, PM43
Offset Plates vary in length according to the handle style, and
the offset of the handle pillars to the vertical line.
Nominal
35
Door stile
Handle
22mm or 25mm
Type - BWB
Used on ‘soft’ timber sliding doors. 16mm spigot provides
greater bearing load in a lateral direction. Use with all chant™
and Mason handles.
Flat Screw
16mm
25mm
To order with handles specify:
BWA or BWB/Finish required, as a suffix to the handle order
specification. The finish on the washers may be different to the
handles if required.
PM120
Offset Plate
PM120, for mounting a
single handle
Pillar
Handle
Glass Door Mounting
All handles are suitable for mounting BACK TO BACK or
SINGLY on glass doors.
Hole positions on glass doors can be determined from the
handle specification drawings. Particular care should be taken
with any offset of mounting holes to obtain correct vertical
alignment, e.g. PM01 Handle with 20mm offset. Ensure the
offset is in the correct direction for left hand or right hand
handles before making holes.
M8 (8mm diameter) mounting screw for Mason PM00 -1000,
PM00-800, PM09, PM21-1000, PM21-750, and chant™
Cobra 600 and Delta 620.
M6 (6mm diameter) mounting screw for Mason PM01, PM10,
PM11, PM12, PM21, PM31, PM32, PM41, PM42 handles
and all other chant™ handles.
M5 (5mm diameter) mounting screw for Mason PM02, PM13,
PM22, PM23, PM33, PM36, PM43, PM46 handles.
Minimum hole size in glass is 12mm for M8 screws and 10mm
for M6 and M5 screws.
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Glass Door Kit includes: nylon washers and sleeves, and
backing washers type BWA.
To specify: GDK/Finish (of BWA washers), as a suffix to the
handle order specification.
PM121, for mounting a
pair of handles
To specify:
PM120/Handle style/Finish (one set of plates for mounting a
single handle, one side only).
PM121/Handle style/Finish (one set of plates for mounting a
pair of handles back to back).
i.e. PM121/PM02/SCPV/Quantity.
Attaching Plates
These Attaching Plates are used to fasten a single chant™ or
Mason handle onto a single action mortice lock on the
inside of:
– an entrance door with key entry, and a lever handle to
withdraw the latch bolt to exit.
– an egress door where the handle withdraws the latch
On an entrance door, this allows for the use of a Chant or
Mason pull handle on the outside of the door with a cylinder
and escutcheon for key entry, and a lever handle on the inside.
This attaching plate avoids the need to use dummy roses on the
outside of the door. The plate is made from 3mm or 5mm
thick brass.
Example of the assembly of a Pull
Turn mounted onto a Legge 990
Lock using an Attaching Plate 495
Refer to chant™ Pull Turns, page 68
and Mason Pull Turns, page 26.
chant attaching plates
Cross section of a lever handle
fastened onto the Attaching Plate
and a Legge 990 Lock. The lever
handle is on the inside, the lock
cylinder and escutcheon is on
the outside
Plate 495 is for Legge 990 Locks.
The plate is attached to the lock body with one screw in the
bottom corner. It brings the width of the lock case to a nominal
22mm wide, the width of a standard mortice for that lock.
When the lock is installed, the plate is against the inside of the
mortice. When the handle is fastened to the plate, the door is
sandwiched between them. The fastening screws protrude into
the lock case.
Plate 496 is for Lockwood 3500 Series Lock and is 5mm thick.
It fits into the recess on the appropriate side of the case and is
retained in the recess with double sided tape. It also brings the
nominal width of the case to 22mm. It is suitable for Chant lever
handles on rose with 41mm fixing centres only.
Attaching Plate 495
for Legge 990 Series Mortice Lock
Plate 497 is for SAB Locks.
The plate is attached to the lock body with two screws at the
top and bottom of the plate. When the handle is fastened to
the plate, the door is sandwiched between them. The fastening
screws protrude into the lock case.
Attaching Plate 496
for Lockwood 3500 Series Mortice Lock
Attaching Plate 497
for SAB Mortice Lock
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door morticing
chant equipment
chant™ Door Morticing and
Fitting Equipment
This range of door machining equipment has evolved over many
years to assist the installers of door hardware. It is used by:
– building and interior partitioning fitout contractors
– locksmiths
– dedicated hardware installation contractors
– joiners
– door manufacturers
– card access lock, suppliers and installers
The additions of the Routing Jigs have proved highly valuable to
the installers of chant™ and other proprietary hardware
products, providing a professional finish to the installation.
The Routing Jigs shown on page 117 are for our own product
ranges. Visit our website for the latest listing of other jigs
available to assist in the installation of other manufacturer’s
hardware.
This morticing machinery is the preferred equipment of choice in
the New Zealand market for its durability and reliability.
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Door Machining Equipment Trolley 6000
Designed for the efficient and convenient transport to, and
around a site, of lock morticing machine and associated
equipment.
Specification
• Machine trolley, manufactured from powdercoated steel tube
• Pneumatic tyres for easy site movement
• Well balanced with all equipment specially positioned
• Complete with;
– Lock morticing machine.
– Face plate routing jig.
– Mounting bracket and separate router for machining the
face plate recess.
– Vacuum cleaner with storage for accessories.
– HPM Electresafe Powerboard.
– 15 metre power lead.
– Mounting bracket and electric drill
– Coil cords fitted to all power tools for easy cable
management
Dimensions
480mm w x 600mm l 1030mm h
Weight with above equipment: 40kg
Designed for quick and accurate morticing of doors. It machines
the pocket that the body of a mortice lock fits into. Cranking the
handle in a clockwise motion, raises and lowers the motor head
assembly on the vertical guide rods, simultaneously feeding the
motor head and cutter into the door. When the clutch nuts on
the motor head are withdrawn, the motor head can be returned
to the start position.
door morticing
chant equipment
Lock Morticing Machine 6005
Specification
• Robust construction
• Standard router motor; Makita 3612C electronic speed
control – allows low speed cutter operation capable of
morticing fire doors with a steel cap around the central core.
Minimum operating speed of 9000rpm also provides low
noise level, yet still allowing sufficient speed for cutting
wood. 2300watt/240 volt motor
• Self centering door clamps with protective face pads.
These are a generous length to avoid marking the door
surface, and machined with ‘toe-in’ so that they grip at the
tips first, then over their full length as the clamps tighten.
• Router shaft enclosed with telescopic sleeves for safety
• Simple adjustments for depth and height of mortice
• Easy to grip and convenient handle to carry the machine
• Shaving extraction system for operator safety, clean machine
operation and work area
• Clamps designed for door thicknesses: 30 to 80mm
• Mortice height adjustment: 40 to 200mm
• Mortice depth adjustment: 125mm
• Cutter diameters available: 16mm, 19mm, 22mm, 25mm
• Weight: 13.4kg
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chant door morticing
equipment
Faceplate Routing Jig 6010
Designed for quick and accurate routing for the lock faceplate
and marking of spindle, cylinder, and door furniture fixing holes.
Specification
• Robust construction
• Self centering door clamps with protective face pads
• Door clamps hold the router plate square to the sides of
the door
• Centre block adjustment left to right to obtain perfect parallel
alignment of the machined recess with the door faces
• Template insert clips into the back plate. It is used to guide a
router with a pilot guide on its base. Templates available to
suit a variety of standard locks with a 3mm offset to suit a
9.5mm cutter
• Special pilot guides can be made to order
• Adjustable guides to suit router bases from 110 – 168mm
diameter when a template guide is not available. The router
guide bars and the templates eliminate the possibility of the
router cutter accidentally cutting an oversize recess
• Jig attachment bars on the door clamps are used to position
the marking jigs accurately
• Marking jigs available to mark hole positions for; spindle,
cylinder, turn and fixing holes for door furniture, for a variety
of standard locks
• Light weight and easy to use
• Clamps designed for door thicknesses: 30 to 80mm
• Cutter diameter recommended – 9.5mm
• Jig accepts drill attachment for tubular latches
To order marking jigs:
Specify:
– Lock type
– Door furniture type and lever rose or size/model of backplate
To order Routing Templates:
Specify:
– Lock type/Face plate size, or if chant™ lock, specify Lock
number with a prefix 6., eg. 61003.
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Routing Templates for Faceplate Jig or
other chant™ Hardware Installation Jigs
that require templates.
Order Template by the code number.
When ordering templates for chant™ accessories specify the
accessory part number, preceeded by “6”.
i.e. Flush Pull 1401 becomes 61401.
Each product may have more than one template option:
Template A.
To cut the standard or primary recess for the
body of the accessory, ie. Flush Pull 1401:
61401A.
Template B.
To cut the outer shape of the accessories.
ie. Flush Pull 1401 (when it needs to be totally
flush mounted):
61401B. Cuts a recess 38 x 100mm.
Template C.
To cut any other functioning recess that may be
required, eg. on an Extended Sliding Bolt, the
recess for the attaching pin protruding from the
rear for the M8 extension rod to fasten to.
We also make an extensive range of jigs for the installation of
other proprietary products. These can be found on our website:
www.chantproductions.com
Tubular Latch Drill Jig 6020
+ 24mm Augur
Universal Jig
6043
Clips into the Faceplate
Routing Jig.
Drill Bush for Extended Drill
Size: Ø10mm
6021
Ø12mm
6022
Ø19mm
6023
10mm diameter
x 1000mm Drill
(for power cables)
6030
Vertical locating clamp
6040
Drill bushes slide into the
Tubular Latch Jig for drilling
specific hole sizes.
Can be used with a 10mm
diameter extended drill, to
drill through the door for a
power cable for an electric
lock.
Sliding Flush Bolt Jig
6044
Used as a rest to locate jigs
that are required to machine
recesses on both sides of the
door, ie. Flush Pull Jig 6043
Recessed Edge Pull Jig
6045
Strike Plate Jig
6041
Adjustable backset.
Also used for: Flush Pulls,
Privacy and Locking Flush
Pulls, Extended Flush
Sliding Bolts, Combination
Pulls/Bolts
chant door morticing
equipment
This series of Jigs complement the Lock Morticing Machine and
the Faceplate Routing Jig. The Jigs 6040–6045 are for
preparing doors for chant™ products.
Jamb Extension Bar
6042
Two clamp adjusting screws
on one side and a single
clamp screw on the other.
This allows the Jig to be
made parallel and move the
the Jig to centralise it on the
door.
Extended Flush Bolt Drill Jig (not shown)
6046
For drilling the hole into the stile for the extension rod.
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chant general
General
Maintenance of chant™ Products
Ordering
Polished Surfaces
All hardware must be ordered as described in the respective
sections. This will assist in providing hardware that can be
installed, and function as required. Order sheets are available
to assist with formulating the correct specification. Fax or email
your request for copies, or visit www.chantproductions.com to
download a PDF.
To maintain polished surfaces, use Brasso, or a similar metal
polishing product.
Materials
Maintaining Your Plated Hardware
All door hardware is made from bronze or brass as the base
metal. Handles and components are cast, forged, or machined
from solid bar.
• Clean with a soft damp cloth with diluted detergent or a
dry duster
• Never use abrasive cleaners, scourers or rough cloths that
may damage or scratch the plated surface
• Never use chemical cleaners such as solvents or Brasso.
Special Requirements
Patina Surfaces
To protect patina finishes, wipe occasionally with a proprietary
bee’s wax or similar product.
Plate types on pages 107 to 109 can be modified to suit
different lock and plate size configurations.
Contact our Technical Division for assistance if standard
specifications do not meet site or design requirements.
Product Specifications
As chant™ and Mason hardware ranges continue to evolve,
and the requirements of the construction industry expand, we
reserve the right to change our specifications without notice.
While we have taken every care in the preparation of this
catalogue, we can take no responsibility for errors or omissions
that have occured.
If our products do not meet your site requirements, please
forward your requests for us to evaluate customised solutions.
Fire Doors
Contact chant™ for specific information on fire ratings.
Please choose carefully before ordering chant™ hardware.
There are many options, operating functions and technical
details to be considered. Contact us should you have any
questions.
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Finish Options
Product Warranty
All hardware is available in Combination or Split finishes.
Individual components of different finishes are assembled into a
lever or pull handle, ie. satin chrome plate velvet lever and rose
cover and polished chrome plate rose and handle boss.
Chant Productions Limited (Chant) warrants that its products will
be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period
of five years from the date of purchase subject to the limitations
below.
Split Finishes
Limitations
This is where different sections of a pull or lever handle can be
processed in two finishes. The blend between the finishes can
be ‘crisp’ along a ridge line, or ‘soft’ over a contoured area
of the handle, eg. combination of Sand Polished Chrome and
Polished Chrome. Contact chant™ to discuss your requirements.
Chant shall have no liability under this warranty for the
following:
1. Failure due to incorrect installation or failure to follow fitting
instructions or use of a product in a manner for which it was
not designed.
2. Failure due to abuse, misuse or accident, or any failure
due to dismantling, alteration or repair by any person not
authorised by Chant.
3. Failure due to incorrect maintenance, failure to adhere to
recommended maintenance procedures.
4. Fair wear and tear.
5. Cost of removal, reinstallation and freight.
6. Electroplated finishes on the products can deteriorate or
discolour over time due to climactic conditions and
consequently the warranty for plated finishes is limited to
24 months from the date of purchase.
7. “Living Finishes” (e.g. bronze and copper) that are
designed to patina or otherwise change over time are
excluded from our warranty.
Bronze Metal and “Living Finishes”
All of our products are made of brass as the base metal and are
used for the electroplated finishes, including copper. Almost all
of our products are also available in bronze as the base metal.
Uncoated brass, copper and bronze are used where the beauty
of polished, natural, or patina finishes are required to
compliment or enhance the décor.
They are subject to colour change over time, depending upon;
– Atmospheric conditions present, which can vary from low
corrosion indoors, non coastal; to high corrosion, exterior,
in coastal areas with salt laden air.
– Wear patterns with use, from little used ornamental handles
to high use handles. Greater use may wear the surface
finishes back to the base metal and provide contrasting
patina and semi polished surfaces.
Combinations of the above factors, in varying degrees will
provide unique and “Living Finishes”. These finishes as specified
are therefore not guaranteed for colour fastness.
Satin Nickle Plate is included in the “Living Finishes” group. It
will oxidise to a minor degree over time, as it is a metal. Because of its colour, it is often the preferred match for hardware
on natural finish timber doors and windows over other electroplated finishes like satin chrome plate. This natural ageing
is deemed desirable in some markets. We do not lacquer this
finish to protect it from oxidising (as often other brand products do). This is because lacquers will ultimately fail with use,
through abrasion and chipping of the surface; and look inferior
to a naturally ageing finish over the complete product.
Products in the “Living Finishes” group can also be maintained
as polished surfaces with standard proprietary metal polish
cleaners.
chant general
Warranty
Combination Finishes
Claims
All warranty claims must be made in writing to Chant. The claim
must be approved by Chant before any cost is incurred. Chant
reserves the right to inspect the product in its installed state
before a claim is approved. Chant shall at its sole discretion
credit, repair or replace free of charge any product or part
determined by Chant to be defective in breach of this warranty.
Liability
Chant makes no other warranty of any kind expressed or
implied in respect of Chant’s products. Chant’s sole
responsibility is to repair and replace a product subject to a
valid warranty claim. Under no circumstance will Chant be
liable for indirect, incidental or consequential costs or damages,
including removal and reinstallation costs, loss of operations
or profits (whether direct or indirect), to the maximum extent
permitted by law. Chant accepts no liability for personal injury
or property damage resulting from failure to adhere to relevant
installation operation and safety procedures.
Nothing in this warranty excludes, restricts or modifies any
condition, warranty, right or liability implied or protected by law
if to do so would render this warranty, or any part of it, invalid
or ineffective.
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chant notes
chant notes
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auckland, new zealand
tel: + 64 9 526 4048
fax: + 64 9 526 4049
email: [email protected]
www.chantproductions.com
© chant productions limited 11/2006
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