CISA doubled bitted key multipoint locks for wooden doors offer protection against forced entry and key tampering and ensure the door closes properly over time.
Protection against forced entry (lock).
The deadbolt driving teeth have been designed to break in the event of attempted forced entry, stopping the lock from being opened.
The deadbolts are independent of the central mechanism: in the event of forced entry, the intruder has to force every single locking point.
Resistance to tampering (key).
CISA double bitted keys have a variable bitting system which makes it extremely difficult to replicate the key differs.
Secure closing guaranteed over time.
The latch bolt and deadbolt action/ad invito system makes it easy for them to engage the relative strike plates, should the door have come out of alignment due to wear. This guarantees correct and easy locking over time.
Easy to install.
Reversible and adjustable latch bolt to ensure ideal coupling with the strike plate.