Six Lever-Tumbler Mechanical Locks for Sliding Doors

Six Lever-Tumbler Mechanical Locks for Sliding Doors
7030 unlocks with a paracentric key and slam-locks with automatic deadlatch.
7030D unlocks and relocks with a paracentric key.
Investment cast prison paracentric key
(must be ordered separately)
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The 7030D is a lever tumbler deadbolt for sliding
doors affording maximum security locking. In a
detention facility, the 7030D is recommended for key
locking and unlocking of sliding doors within the
secure perimeter, e.g. cells, dayroom, and corridor
sallyports. Both locking and unlocking are accomplished with a proprietary RRBLS paracentric type key.
Key rotation of 180° moves the hook bolt from the
locked to unlocked position and vice versa. The 7030D
does not slam lock. When locking, the key cannot be
removed if an obstruction in the bolt keeper prevents
the hook bolt from fully dropping into the horizontal
deadlocked position. This safety feature alerts the
user to an obstruction in the bolt keeper or receiver
which would jeopardize security.
The 7030 has the same construction and dimensions
as the 7030D except that it incorporates an automatic
deadlocking feature actuated upon closing of the door
Bolt Keeper with Dust Box (BKD)
(must be ordered separately)
by depression of an auxiliary pin. It is used when the
convenience of slam closing and automatic (i.e.
keyless) deadlocking is of high priority. However,
application of the 7030 should be limited to correctional facility locations where inmates should not
have unaccompanied access such as high usage
corridor and support room doors (e.g. control, kitchen,
laundry, visitation areas). The 7030 should not be
used to secure doors in inmate living areas, especially
cells. The reason being is that the 7030 does not
require manual deadlocking by key as does the 7030D
deadbolt. The automatic deadlocking feature can
engender a false sense of security among correctional
officers that can be taken advantage of by an inmate
surreptitiously obstructing the lock bolt keeper to
block full engagement of the hook bolt in the keeper.
When this occurs, the automatic deadlocking function
is foiled and the hook bolt can be lifted to effect a
breach of security.
Lever-Tumbler Mechanical Lock
for Sliding Doors
Standard Features
• Industrystandardtemplate
• Castductileironlockcase,zincplated
• Investmentcast,bronzealloy,onepiece
key cylinder
• Zincplated,casehardenedhookbolt
• Sixhardbrasslever-tumblers
• Heavybronzetumblerspring
• Random-depthkeycutsimpede“picking”
• Levertumblersareprovidedwith“anti-pick”
notches for both locked and unlocked condition
• Fourmountingscrewsincluded
9 .000"
Accessories (must be ordered separately)
• Prison paracentric key – Investment cast
bronze alloy – specify number of keys required
• Bolt keeper
BKD mortise with dust box
• Escutcheon – U.S. 32D or U.S. 4 finish.
• Cylinder shield – A surface applied flap
which closes off the keyway to outside debris
at exterior locations – U.S. 32D finish only.
Lock Mountings (must be ordered separately)
The 7030 lever-tumbler lock should be mounted,
enclosed, and protected with an appropriate steel
mounting. Mountings are constructed of 7-gauge
steel with a galvanized finish for superior
corrosion-resistance. Mountings are removable
for cleaning and repair of lock. Escutcheons must
be purchased separately. All mounting screws are
lock mountings.
• Hollow Metal Mounting (specify HM
Mounting) – for use on hollow metal doors.
• Plate Mounting (specify P Mounting) – for use
on steel plate doors. Allows lock to be rimmounted.
• Grille Mounting (specify G Mounting) – for
use on grille (steel bar) type doors. Designed
for welding to grille.
.500" Latch
.500" Latch
Note: This illustration is for information only. Do not use for construction.
Ordering Information
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
Keyed one side
Keyed two sides
Security Warning
With lever-tumbler locks keyed on two sides,
it is important that the end user always remove the key from a locked door. If the key is
left in the lock, for instance on the non-secure
side to facilitate frequent unlocking, the bolt
can be retracted from the opposite side by
turning the cylinder with a common tool. (e,g,
screwdriver). This poses an unacceptable and
potentially dangerous security risk!
Ordering Example
7032 – LH – HM Mounting – (specify accessories here)
Model & Keying
Hand of Lock
Lock Mounting
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
See our
"Hand of Locks
Reference Guide"
for description
and symbol.
See the
"Lock Mountings"
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
See the
section on this page
for description
and symbol.
Keyed one side Keyed both sides
7030 / 7030D, 02-18-08
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