AVOCET ABS EURO CYLINDER LOCK TS007 1 STAR KITEMARKED UPVC DOORS ANTI SNAP
It has a high resistance to drilling, picking, bumping, twisting chisel and screw attacks to deter a forced entry. The Avocet ABS Pioneer 1 Star Euro Cylinder has been accredited the coveted Secured By Design accreditation (the Police preferred specification), is compliant with BS EN 1303:2015 and has over 100,000 combination differs.
Supplied with three keys as standard – extra keys available from the drop-down boxes above.
· TS007 2014 1 star approved
· Tested to British Standard
· Kitemark approved – KM65814
· 6 Pin cylinder with anti bump and pick technology
· 6 Anti Drill Pins (3 within cylinder body, 3 within plug)
· Secured By Design Certification
· Anti-Pick, Anti-Bump, Anti-Screw and Anti-Drill
· 3 Keys as standard
· Supplied with three ABS branded keys as standard
· Available in Brass and Nickel finishes
What's in the Box?
1 x Avocet ABS Pioneer 1 Star Euro Profile Cylinder
3 x Keys (as standard - extra can be ordered from drop down boxes)
1 x Fixing Screw
Want to easily fit a cylinder lock yourself?
Changing your cylinder can be an inexpensive, quick and easy DIY job.
How to fit a Euro Cylinder lock in five simple steps:
Step 1 - Remove your door handle
Firstly, you will need to remove your door handle. To do this, open your door and unscrew the fixing screws, then pull each side of the handle away from the door and put in a safe place.
Step 2 - Remove the cylinder fixing screw
Next, remove the cylinder fixing screw, which is level with the bottom of your existing cylinder, then insert the key in the cylinder and turn to remove. If you find it difficult, twist the key slightly to align the cam with the door – this will ensure the cylinder slides out with ease.
Step 3 - Measure the size of your existing cylinder
You’ll need to measure the size of your existing cylinder by measuring the length of each half, to the centre of the cam. This will give you two measurements, for example – 60mm and 40mm.
Step 4 - Align the cam with the centre of the cylinder
Once you have your new cylinder, insert the key and align the cam with the centre of the cylinder then place into the lock. Again, you may need to twist the key slightly to ensure the cylinder slots into the lock.
Step 5 - Secure your new kitemarked cylinder in place
Next, replace the cylinder screw and screw tightly to secure your new kitemarked cylinder in place. Check the cylinder is fitted correctly by lifting the handle and turning the key. Lastly, replace each side of the handle and fix back into place, then test the operation of the handle together with the lock to check it works correctly