Garage door locks

Intended for use on garage doors, this range of Nemef locks includes models with horizontal and vertical operation, some spring loaded and others non-sprung. Please note all locks are supplied without connecting rods.

1802 & 1807 series

These locks operate a single rod downwards

Key Facts:

  • Single rod operating downwards
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Spring-loaded (Art. 1802)
  • Non-sprung (Art. 1807)
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1803 & 1808 series

These locks operate a single rod upwards

Key Facts:

  • Single rod operating upwards
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Spring-loaded (Art. 1803)
  • Non-sprung (Art. 1808)
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1804 & 1809 series

These locks operate two rods, upwards and downwards, simultaneously

Key Facts:

  • Two rods, operating upwards and downwards simultaneously
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Spring loaded (Art. 1804)
  • Non-sprung (Art. 1809)
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1806/02 series

This lock operates two rods in opposite horizontal directions

Key Facts:

  • Two rods operate horizontally
  • To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Non-sprung
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1836/42 series

This lock operates three rods simultaneously, two horizontally and one downwards

Key Facts:

  • Three rods 
  • Two operate horizontally, one operates downwards
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Non-sprung
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1842 series

This lock operates a single rod downwards

Key Facts:

  • Single rod operates downwards
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Spring-loaded
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1845/02 series

This lock operates two rods in opposite horizontal directions

Key Facts:

  • Two rods operate horizontally 
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Spring-loaded
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1846 series

This lock operates two rods in opposite horizontal directions

Key Facts:

  • Two rods operate horizontally
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder 
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Non-sprung
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1851/60 series

This lock operates two rods in opposite horizontal directions

Key Facts:

  • Two rods operate horizontally 
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder 
  • Distance: 60mm
  • Spring-loaded
  • Steel lacquered lock case

1860 series

This lock operates a single rod downwards

Key Facts:

  • Single rod operates downwards
  • To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • Distance: 50mm
  • Spring-loaded
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1861 series

This lock operates a single rod downwards

Key Facts:

  • Single rod operates downwards
  • Locking through use of a triangular key (no cylinder required)
  • Spring-loaded
  • Galvanised steel lock case

1864 series

This lock operates a single rod upwards

Key Facts:

  • - Single rod operates upwards
  • - To take a single euro-profile cylinder
  • - Distance: 50mm
  • - Non-sprung
  • - Galvanised steel lock case

1899/23 series

This lock operates two rods in opposite horizontal directions

Key Facts:

  • - Two rods operate horizontally
  • - To take a euro-profile cylinder
  • - Distance: 50mm
  • - Spring-loaded
  • - Galvanised steel lock case