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TOWNSTEEL

TOWNSTEEL TRX-L CYLINDRICAL STOREROOM LOCK WITH LIGATURE RESISTANT LEVER TRIM TRX-L-86-630

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TOWNSTEEL TRX-L CYLINDRICAL STOREROOM LOCK WITH LIGATURE RESISTANT LEVER TRIM TRX-L-86-630 

This Townsteel TRX-L Cylindrical Storeroom Lock With Ligature Resistant Knob Trim TRX-L-86-630 helps reduce accidents in high-risk areas. Cylindrical design makes it difficult to attach laces, cords, and lines to the lever set. Outside clutching lever enables free rotation and protects lock against abuse. 

TownSteel boasts the most complete line of ligature resistant locks available today in the commercial contract hardware industry, including these ligature resistant cylindrical locks. 

  • Heavy Duty Ligature Resistant Lever Cylindrical Lockset
  • Grade 1
  • ADA Compliant 
  • ASA Strike
  • Function: Storeroom
  • Keyed
  • Clutched Levers
  • Backset: 2-3/4 In
  • Finish: Satin Stainless Steel (630/US32D)  

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FAQ'S ABOUT ANTI-LIGATURE LOCKS 

 

Q: What are anti-ligature locks?

A: Anti-ligature locks are specialized locks that are designed to prevent individuals from using them as a means of self-harm or suicide. These locks are typically used in settings such as psychiatric hospitals, prisons, and detention centers to help keep patients, inmates, and staff safe.

 

Q: How do anti-ligature locks work?

A: Anti-ligature locks are designed to be difficult to use as a means of self-harm or suicide. They may feature rounded edges, no protruding parts, and no sharp edges to prevent ligatures from being tied to them. They may also be designed to be difficult to open from the inside, to prevent patients or inmates from self-harm.

 

Q: What are the benefits of using anti-ligature locks?

A: Anti-ligature locks can provide a significant safety benefit by preventing individuals from using them as a means of self-harm or suicide. They can also provide peace of mind for staff and caregivers, knowing that their patients or inmates are safer.

 

Q: What are the different types of anti-ligature locks?

A: There are several types of anti-ligature locks available, including: -Anti-Ligature thumb turn lock -Anti-Ligature push button lock -Anti-Ligature code lock -Anti-Ligature thumb turn padlock -Anti-Ligature lever handle lock

 

Q: Are anti-ligature locks suitable for use in residential settings?

A: While anti-ligature locks can be used in residential settings, they are primarily designed for use in institutional settings such as hospitals, prisons, and detention centers. They may not be suitable or necessary for use in a typical residential setting.

 

Q: Can anti-ligature locks be rekeyed?

A: Yes, anti-ligature locks can be rekeyed by Smallwood Lock Supply, your local locksmith or someone with the proper tools and knowledge. This process involves changing the pins within the lock to prevent the old key from working and allowing the use of a new key.

 

Q: Are anti-ligature locks suitable for outdoor use?

A: It depends on the type of anti-ligature lock and its construction. Some anti-ligature locks are designed for outdoor use and may be weather-resistant, while others may not be suitable for outdoor use. It's best to check with the manufacturer or Smallwood Lock Supply to determine if a specific anti-ligature lock is suitable for outdoor use.

 

Q: What are the common problems with anti-ligature locks?

A: Some common problems with anti-ligature locks include: lock not turning, lock not locking or unlocking properly, and difficulty rekeying the lock. These problems can be caused by a variety of factors, such as worn or damaged parts, dirt or debris in the lock, or improper installation.

 

 

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