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Axim launch LK-2100 fully reversible deadlatches

  • 18 Jan 2017

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Architectural door hardware manufacturer Axim has developed a fully reversible range of cost effective, non-handed deadlatches, ideal for use in busy commercial applications.

The Axim LK-2100 standard duty deadlatches are fully reversible with the turn of a key whilst the bolt is held retracted, retaining the bolt in the case. The deadlatches accept both euro and round mortice cylinders and can be specified with strike plates to suit both single and double door applications.

Available in 25mm, 28mm and 38mm backset options, the Axim LK-2100 deadlatches can be specified alongside the Axis ES-2100 Electric Strike range to offer a remote access control solution for doors.

Find out more about the Axim LK-2100 by visiting the Axim website, calling 0208 685 2313 or contacting

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