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HB690 Series Sliding Door Privacy Lock – 55mm Backset

Halliday + Baillie Cavity Sliding Privacy Lock Series.

The HB690 170mm length privacy sliding door lock includes a snib flush pull inside and emergency release flush pull outside for safe, efficient, locking on bathroom and washroom cavity sliders. The HB690 comes with a small recessed end pull for easy use to pull the slider from the pocket. Minimum door thickness required is 38mm. For door 35mm-38mm thickness, please order the HB690/35 with shallower flush pulls.

Please note that the “HB690 Series” denotes the type of lock body used with various flush pull configurations. The “HB630” set has a key and snib both sides, and is one possible configuration in the series.

Material: Diecast zinc with brass and 316 stainless steel

Backset : 55mm

Minimum door thickness : 38mm (for 35-37mm doors please use the HB690/35 set)

Flush pulls : 170mm x 36mm x 14mm

Internal Depth: 11mm

Suitable for timber or aluminium doors.

For finish options please see our current Finishes Sheet. Please check with your local Halliday + Baillie representative as not all finishes are available in all regions.

Flush pulls are designed to be mounted with the body within the thickness of the door, and the face plate on the door surface – total projection is 2mm. Fully recessed mounting is possible on timber doors with the appropriate door thickness. Using glue, epoxy or silicone products etc to secure flush pulls to the door is not required or recommended for installation, and may void warrantee. Glue, epoxy, or silicone products can be used to secure the spindle bar to the back of the snib flush pull for example where sets have a flush pull to one side only.

HB 690 – Privacy Set with Snib Inside and Emergency Release Pull Outside
HB 692 – Snib In, Blank Out
HB 693 – Snib In, No Pull Out
HB 694 – Snib Pulls to Both Sides

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