Yarra Ridge Mortice Outer Pull Instructions

Yarra Ridge Mortice Outer Pull Instructions
YARRA MORTICE OUTER PULL
MADE IN AUSTRALIA BY
Illustrated fitting instructions
Austral Lock
These instructions describe the steps to install a Yarra Ridge (or Yarra View)
deadlock with a Mortice Outer Pull. Read through all instruction
steps before beginning installation. When replacing an old lock, modify the
existing installation holes in the door stile and jamb if necessary.
If a cylinder is not being used in the Outer Pull, proceed to STEP4.
Install the Keyed Cylinder into the Outer Pull
To remove a Cylinder Plug and install a Keyed Cylinder into the Outer Pull,
remove the Retaining Plate and remove the Cylinder Plug. (refer Figure B)
The Cylinder Plug can be discarded.
Insert the Spindle through the hole in the Retaining plate, and re-assemble
the Retaining Plate into the Outer Pull. It may be necessary to rotate the
Spindle to find its position between the Drive Pins on the Cylinder.
Use the table in Figure C below to determine the required Spindle length.
NOTE: If using an interior packer, add the total packing thickness to the door
thickness, then use this value in the table below.
Push the Retaining Plate in firmly so it will not come loose while assembling
the Outer Pull onto the door.
Use pliers or a vice to carefully break off the required number of pre-notched
portions of the Spindle to suit the door thickness.
Spindle
Retaining Plate
Fixing Screw
Cylinder Drive Pins
Spindle Holder
Keyed Cylinder
For optimal installation, ensure the door is rolling smoothly and closing
parallel into the jamb by lubricating and adjusting the rollers. Close the
door and lightly mark the door stile at the edge of the overlapping jamb.
Fixing Screw
Spindle
Cylinder Plug
Pin Cylinder
Prepare the holes and slot in the door stile as dimensioned below in
Figure A. Ensure the holes are straight and free from burrs.
Fixing Screw
Mark & measure
from this edge
or
Figure D
Outer Pull
or
Wafer Cylinder
Assembly
Several pairs of Fixing Screws are provided to suit different door
thicknesses. Use the table below to identify which are the correct
length Fixing Screws.
NOTE: If using packer(s), add the total packing thickness to the door
thickness, then use this value in the table below.
Figure B
31
25.5
Total Width
Mark
Ø1
TH 0
RO
UG
Spindle preparation
46.4 to 40.2mm
Break off ‘0’ portions
Total Width
40.1 to 33.9mm
Break off ‘1’ portion
(Door thickness + Packer thickness)
33.8 to 27.6mm
Break off ‘2’ portions
27.5 to 21.3mm
Break off ‘3’ portions
Screw selection
1 ¾” Fixing Screw
40.1 to 33.9mm
1 ½” Fixing Screw
33.8 to 27.6mm
1 ¼” Fixing Screw
27.5 to 21.3mm
1” Fixing Screw
163
46.4 to 40.2mm
O
U
G
H
41
40
41
H
(Door thickness + Packer thickness)
Notch
18
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KAGING
PLEASE RE
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Discard
24
27
Figure A
Figure C
Spindle
Figure E
PLEASE TURN PAGE FOR INSTALLATION STEPS 5 - 8
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Figure G
Interior Base
If the Beaks of the Interior Assembly are
extended, use the Lever to retract them.
Remove the Handle Screws and lift the Interior
Handle off the Interior Base, place them aside.
Beak
Installation
Keyed Cylinder
The product must be installed according to the instructions included in the product packaging and the
door should be apertured according to the door “cut-out” dimensions and tolerances shown.
Cylinder Plug
Place the Exterior Assembly onto the exterior
face of the door stile. Rotate the protruding
Spindle into a vertical position.
While placing the Interior Base onto the interior
face of the door stile, note the following:
- Allow the protruding Spindle to enter the
receiving slot on the underside of the Interior Base.
- Locate the bosses on the underside of the
Interior Base into the holes in the door stile.
Interior ‘D’ Pull
or
Pass the correct length Fixing Screws through
the Interior Base and screw firmly into the
Exterior Assembly.
NOTE: DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN FIXING SCREWS
or
Prior to fitting ensure that:
·
Doors stored on site are stored in a clean dry area free from cement, lime, paint, acid etc.
During fitting of the lock ensure that :
·
No metal swarf or other contaminants enter the lock body.
·
The fixing screws do not damage the product finish.
After installation of the door ensure that:
·
The door is correctly adjusted with the correct clearances.
·
The lock engages the catch plate correctly.
·
The door is protected from building fall-out such as wet plaster, mortar, and paint.
If the door becomes contaminated:
·
Do not paint the lock body or faceplate.
·
Remove wet plaster, cement, mortar and other droppings immediately, using clean water
and a sponge or rag, to avoid permanent staining or scratching of the product finish. If
removal is delayed and scraping becomes necessary the surface finish may suffer.
Maintenance
To install a Keyed Cylinder into the Interior
Assembly, remove and discard the Cylinder Plug
from the underside of the Interior Pull.
Install the Keyed Cylinder into the Interior Pull
as shown in Figure G.
Annually inspect the door to confirm that the door operates with the correct clearances, closes and
opens without obstruction. Confirm that the lock beaks engage easily with the catch plate when the
door is closed and the lever or key is turned - adjust the door if necessary.
Annually check that when the door is closed, the lock can be locked by key and by the lever.
NB : The lock assembly has been lubricated for life, and should not be disassembled by the user.
Cleaning Powder Coatings
Fit Interior Pull
Place the Interior Pull over the Interior Base.
It may be necessary to rotate the Lever to find its
correct orientation. Refit the two Handle Screws.
Depress the Plunger and test the lock operation
by operating the Lever and Cylinder Key(s)
if applicable.
NOTE: Ensure the Beaks are in the retracted
position before closing the door.
CARE & MAINTENANCE
Lever
Handle
Screw
Interior
Spacer
Fixing Screw
Plunger
SPACERS
Some applications require spacers between
the door and lock as shown.
Every six months, powder coated surfaces should be cleaned to protect the finish. However, in areas
where pollutants are more prevalent, especially in coastal or industrial regions, cleaning should be
carried out every two to three months.
To clean the powder coated surface:
1. Carefully remove any loose deposits with a wet sponge.
2. Use a soft brush (non abrasive) or cloth and a mild household detergent solution to
remove dust, salt and other deposits. Do not use steel wool, scrapers, scouring liquids or
powders to remove deposits as these permanently scratch the coating surface.
3. Rinse off with clean fresh water.
Cleaning Chrome, Satin Chrome, Gold and Brass Finishes
Plated finishes are susceptible to tarnishing if they come into contact with moisture, wet paint, or water
vapour. All plated finishes should be coated with a non-abrasive furniture or car wax immediately after
installation. Plated finishes should be regularly wiped with a non-abrasive furniture or car wax, taking
care not to scratch any protective finishes that are employed to protect the surface and prevent
tarnishing.
Door Jamb
To fix the Catch Assembly to the face of the jamb, reverse the
Adjustment Screws from their fully ‘screwed-in’ position
three (3) full turns with the 3.0mm Hex Key.
Close the door and position the Catch Assembly on the jamb opposite
the lock with a 1 to 2mm gap between the lock and Catch Assembly.
Mark the centre of the ‘face fix’ slots and drill the jamb with a 3.5mm drill.
Catch Assembly
Adjustment
Screw
MAINTENANCE LOG
In order to protect your warranty, record all maintenance activity in the following log:
'Face Fix' Catch Screw (1”)
Address of Building :
Catch Plate
Austral Lock
Name of Door :
Use the two 'Face Fix' Catch Screws provided to fit the Catch Assembly
lightly to the jamb. Gently close the door and operate the Lever to test
the Beak engagement. Move the Catch Assembly up and down and
adjust the Catch Plate in and out to achieve the best fit.
NOTE: If required use packers provided to align catch plate
assembly with interior handle assembly.
Face Fix Slot
Date
‘Face Fix’
Catch Screw
Activity
Signed
42 Export Dr, Brooklyn
Victoria 3012 Australia
ph (+61 3) 9314 1077
fax (+61 3) 9314 2400
www.ausloc.com
Tighten the 'Face Fix' Catch Screws.
Be careful not to over tighten these screws.
Figure H
A division of
GAINSBOROUGH
Hardware Industries Limited
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