Adams Rite 4781-021-313 2-Point Latch, Dark Bronze
The 4781 Two-Point Deadlatch latches to header and threshold allowing both door leaves to remain active. It isDesigned for paired outswinging narrow stile doors, but is also suitable for single doors.
Designed for paired outswinging narrow stile doors but also suitable for single doors. Instead of operating a conventional horizontal-throw latchbolt, the 4781 Two-Point Deadlatch latches to header and threshold. This allows both door leaves to be “active”. There is no need to pin one door with flushbolts or other devices. The paddle is a modified version of the 4591 Deadlatch Paddle and the concealed vertical rod mechanism is the same as used in Adams Rite’s 8600 Series Exit Devices. Note, however, that the 4781 Two-Point Deadlatch is not intended to substitute for an exit device, which must have a door-spanning bar.
Dead latches are the suitable solution to any door system that requires free operation from the interior at all times but access from the exterior only at certain times. Adams Rite has been working with commercial applications like these for decades and offers a range of dead latches to accommodate any situation.
The Adams Rite electrified dead latch set It perfectly combines non-handed, narrow backset, mechanical locking hardware with electronic access control. The set can be used with a timer or operated manually.
Other death latches range from the standard duty to the heavy duty death latch in American National Standards Institute (ANSI) size. The heavy duty deal latches are solid brass with a stainless steel auxiliary latchpin. The standard duty death latches feature hardened steel internal pins and an all metal auxiliary latchpin.
All Adams Rite dead latches feature a bolt holdback feature that allows a reverse turn of the key to retain the bolt, allowing the door to operate as free swinging, typically during business hours.
With a variety of sizes and trim packages, you will be able to get the right dead latch for any existing door or new door installation.
We carry the Adams Rite line of electrical locks for aluminum doors and glass door locks because they are absolutely unsurpassed. Adams Rite dominates the market for aluminum door electromechanical locks and locking systems.
The company introduced the Maximum Security lock in 1955, and it still remains a major choice for applications where it is suitable. Adams Rite has created numerous locks for this market since that time.
Adams Rite is a subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY and shares that owner’s pedigree for outstanding products, service and innovation. We are very proud of our relationship with this company because they care about meeting your needs as much as we do.
This care is evident in the RITE Door integrated door assembly. This remarkable product has been installed in healthcare, education and commercial applications because of it provides clean sight lines and low profile hardware.
The innovation that is a company hallmark is evident in their line of products designed to covert aluminum and glass storefronts to electrified openings. This improves the safety and security of the business.
Take some time and explore the electrical locks for aluminum doors and the glass door locks available through Adams Rite. You are certain to find what you need for any situation.
Product category: Deadlatches
Dimensions: Door Size: Standard unit will fit doors up to 66” above the paddle height (110” door if paddle is at max 44” height). For taller doors, order 8655 Tall Door Kit, which allows up to 97” above paddle.
Bolt: Top Bolt: Similar to door latches on some automobiles and aircraft, the U-shaped bolt wraps around the strike post to deadlock position, which also deadlocks the bottom bolt through a gear train at the center of the rod Assembly Bottom Bolt: Stainless hexagonal steel bolt requires only a 1/2" diameter hole in threshold for a strike.
Standard Package: Individually boxed with mounting screws and installation instructions. Shipping weight: 3 lbs.
Compatible Products: 8650 Cylinder Escutcheon available separately.