Standard locks

These fire-resistant mortise locks provide a choice of solutions for different applications, including single and multi-point locking.

Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors, these products are designed to take euro-profile cylinders. As with all our products, fire-resistant mortise locks from Nemef are designed and engineered to the highest quality. Please note that the strike plate must be ordered separately.

1739

For use with fire resistant steel doors, the 1739 is a reversible morstise lock designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in a fire-resistant steel door 
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Reversible (non-handed)
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Single throw dead bolt
  • One piece hub
  • Standard version is available in packs of 1pc, 25pcs, and 750pcs
  • CE Marked
  • EN12209, and EN179 certified

Also Available:

  • Panic version with bolt through hub (Art. 1739/36)
  • Panic version with split hub (Art. 1739/46)
  • Key-infill piece with set screw (Art. BB 1739)
  • Strike plate, stainless steel (Art. P 1739/17)
  • Strike plate, zinc-plated (Art. P1769/66)
  • Reduction sleeve 9/8mm (Art. 1769/21)

1729

A multi-point lock intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors, the 1729 is reversible and is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Reversible (non-handed)
  • For use with two additional latches and corresponding rods (Art. 1723/21 & Art. 1729 respectively)
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Single throw dead bolt
  • Rod movement upwards and downwards
  • CE marked
  • EN12209 and EN179 certified

1769

For use with fire resistant steel doors, the 1769 is handed and is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder. This lock has been engineered in accordance with DIN 18250.

Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Handed
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Double throw dead bolt
  • Standard version available in packs of 1pc or 25pcs 
  • CE marked
  • EN12209, EN179, and EN1125 certified
  • Designed according to DIN 18250 up to T120 (pt. 1)

Also Available:

  • Panic versions with bolt through hub (Arts. 1769/35 & 1769/36)
  • Panic version with split hub (Arts. 1769/46 & 1749/56)
  • Panic version with split hub, reversed (Art. 1769/77)
  • 22mm profile cylinder hole
  • Strike plate, reversible, zinc-plated (Art. 1769/66)
  • Strike plate, handed, stainless steel (Art. 1769/17)
  • Reduction sleeve 9/8mm (Art. 1769/21)

1749/1742

A multi-point lock intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors, the 1749/1742 is handed and is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Intended for use in fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Handed
  • For use with two pivot deadbolt locks and corresponding rods (Art. 1742/09 & Art. 1742 respectively)
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Double throw deadbolt
  • Rod movement upwards and downwards
  • CE marked
  • EN12209, EN179, and EN1125 certified

Also Available:

  • Panic version with bolt through hub (Art. 1749/37)
  • Panic version with split hub (Art. 1749/47)

1759

Intended for use in non fire-resistant steel doors (e.g. passage door in a garage), the 1759 is reversible and is designed to take a euro-profile cylinder.

Key Facts:

  • Backset: 65mm
  • Distance: 72mm
  • Hub: 8mm
  • Intended for use in non fire-resistant steel doors
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Reversible (non-handed)
  • Key action on latch bolt
  • Single throw dead bolt
  • Standard version available in packs of 1pc, 25pcs, and 800pcs

Also Available:

  • Multi-point version (Art. 1759/26)
  • Strike plate, zinc-plated (Art. P1759/02)