Discover the range of flush sliding locks from Halliday + Baillie

Nov 11, 2020
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Proudly designed and made in New Zealand, these sliding locks by Halliday + Baillie combine the best of form and function.

The collection includes a range of key and snib locking sets covering solid and framed timber and aluminium glazed exterior doors.

With a 55mmm back set, the HB630 series is designed for solid or wide framed timber doors.

The HB638 series caters to doors that need to be extracted from a cavity pocket and can also come with a built-in end pull.

While the popular HB640 series with a 33mm back set, on the other hand, is perfect for narrow framed timber and especially aluminium doors.

The flush pulls are 250mm high with three configurations for both the HB630 and HB640 series lock sets.

The recommended option is with a key and snib on the inside and a plain flush pull on the outside. This allows you to use the snib during the day to simply latch the door. The key can then be used to lock the bolt in place when greater security is desired.

However, there is also the option of having a key and snib on the inside with no flush pull on the outside.

And where keyed access is needed from the outside, there is the option to have key and snib flush pulls on both sides of the door.

Halliday + Baillie’s sliding locks come in a variety of finishes with five in the core range: Satin chrome Electroplate, plus four powdercoat finishes: Black ace, flat white, medium and dark bronze. Other finishes available in our range can be made to order.

For more information, visit hallidayandballie.com.

Halliday + Baillie is a New Zealand company with 2 branches in Australia that has been operating for 25 years, and has been exporting worldwide for over 15 of those years.

Its design encompasses quality, flair, functionality, and longevity.  Products are proudly produced in New Zealand where lower volumes enable careful monitoring with a correspondingly high production quality.  Handles may be turned a thousand times a day, so materials and finish are amongst the highest priorities.

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