Yale Platinum 3 Star High Security Euro Cylinder Lock UPVC Door
The Yale Platinum 3 Star Euro cylinder lock has been approved to TS007:2014 British Standard rating, the highest level of certification currently available, making them one of the best euro cylinder locks. Endorsed by the Police Secure by Design scheme, the cylinder provides anti snap lock protection for your property.
Euro Profile cylinder locks are a convenient way to change your keys without having to replace the entire lock and can be fitted in minutes without the need for any special tools or equipment. It is the quickest and easiest way to upgrade the security rating of your property.
- Anti-snap - Break point allows interior key to work even if external snap damage occurs
- Anti-bump - features 'V pins' on both ends to resist bumping
- Anti-pick - four special anti pick pins on each end resist picking
- Anti-drill - protected against drilling by anti drill pins and balls on both ends
- Anti-snap - the cylinder is fixed into the lock through a steel tubular bar
- Superior Strength - Advanced pin tumbler technology with superior physical strength
- Secure-By-Design approved TS007:2014 British Standard Rating 3*
- 3x High Security keys supplied with key card per single cylinder
- Suitable for use with a wide range of doors including timber, composite, UPVC, aluminium or patio doors with a Euro profile
- 10 Year Guarantee
How to measure your lock
- Remove the fixing screw which is located on the main door gear just beneath the latch.
- Put the key in the lock and turn it 25 degrees clockwise or anti-clockwise.
- The lock should now slide out towards you.
- First measure the internal side of the cylinder from the centre of the screw hole to the outside edge. This is size A.
- Now measure the external side of the cylinder from the centre screw hole to the outside edge. This is size B.
- Now to measure size C, measure the entire length of the lock. This should be equal to A and B added together.
- For more help with measuring your lock, please refer to the diagram in the pictures. Alternatively, you can contact us for more help.