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AS 4145.2-1993 Locksets Part 2:Mechanical locksets for doors in buildings

Standard Number:  AS 4145.2-1993
Title:  Locksets Part 2:Mechanical locksets for doors in buildings
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 91089

Publication Date:  1993/9/15
Execute Date:  1993/12/13
Status:  Withdrawn
International Classification for Standards (ICS)CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND BUILDING>>Building accessories
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:52P.;A4  

Description:Specifies general design criteria, performance requirements, and procedures for testing mechanical locksets and latchsets for their resistance to forced entry and efficiency under conditions of light to heavy usage. This Standard covers locksets for typical doorways in residential and business premises. Requirements for both the lock and associated furniture are included. This Standard is intended for use when assessing the security and durability of a lockset.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 4145.2:1993 LOCKSETS - MECHANICAL LOCKSETS FOR DOORS IN BUILDINGS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 - SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.5 CLASSIFICATIONS
1.5.1 General
1.5.2 Lockset (excluding keying security)
1.5.3 Keying security
1.5.4 Using the classification system
1.5.5 Example of a lockset classification
SECTION 2 - DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
2.1 GENERAL
2.1.1 Locking function
2.1.2 Fasteners
2.2 DIMENSIONS
2.3 FINISH
2.4 KEY SECURITY
2.4.1 Identification marks
2.4.2 Key changes
2.5 STRIKE PLATES
2.6 LOCK FURNITURE
2.6.1 General
2.6.2 Spindles
SECTION 3 - PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
3.1 GENERAL
3.1.1 Applicable requirements and test sequence
3.1.2 Performance test samples
3.1.3 Lubrication
3.2 DURABILITY
3.2.1 Cyclic operations
3.3 EASE OF OPERATION
3.3.1 Torque to retract friction- free bolt
3.3.2 Torque to retract friction- loaded bolt
3.3.3 Force to latch door
3.3.4 Minimum projection of deadlatch plunger or auxiliary bolt from the front of a lock ...
3.3.5 Torque to operate hub locking device
3.4 PHYSICAL SECURITY (STRENGTH)
3.4.1 Resistance of bolt to end pressure
3.4.2 Resistance of strike box to crushing
3.4.3 Resistance of turnknobs, knobs and levers to vertical impact
3.4.4 Resistance of cylinder to vertical impact
3.4.5 Resistance of cylinder with fitted escutcheon to pull force
3.4.6 Resistance of turnknobs, knobs and levers to torque
3.4.7 Resistance of hub to torque
3.4.8 Resistance of locking cylinder or plug to pull force
3.4.9 Resistance of plug to torque
3.4.10 Resistance of cylinder to pull force
3.4.11 Resistance of cylinder to torque
3.4.12 Resistance of cylinder to horizontal impact
3.4.13 Resistance of bolt to horizontal impact
3.4.14 Resistance of escutcheon to torque
3.4.15 Resistance of bolt to horizontal static force
3.4.16 Resistance of knobs or levers to axial load
3.4.17 Resistance of knobs or levers to vertical load
3.4.18 Resistance of sliding door locksets to force
3.4.19 Resistance of swing and hook bolts to vertical impact
3.4.20 Resistance of deadbolt to sawing
3.5 KEYING SECURITY
3.5.1 Resistance to picking
3.5.2 Resistance to impressioning
3.5.3 Resistance to drilling
3.5.4 Cylinder durability
3.5.5 Key change effectiveness
3.6 LOCK FURNITURE REQUIREMENTS
3.6.1 General
3.6.2 Strength of return mechanism
3.6.3 Durability of mechanism
SECTION 4 - DOCUMENTATION AND MARKING
4.1 INSTRUCTIONS
4.1.1 Locksets
4.1.2 Cylinders
4.2 MARKING
APPENDIX A - METHODS OF TEST FOR EASE OF OPERATION OF LOCKSETS
A1 SCOPE
A2 APPLICATION
A3 APPARATUS
A4 SAMPLE PREPARATION
A5 PROCEDURE
A5.1 Test for torque to retract the bolt when it is friction-free
A5.2 Test for the torque required to retract the bolt when it is friction-loaded
A5.3 Test for force to latch swinging door
A5.4 Test for force to latch sliding door
A5.5 Test for minimum projection of deadlatch plunger or auxiliary bolt from the front of...
A5.6 Test for torque to operate the hub locking device
A6 TEST REPORT
APPENDIX B - METHODS FOR THE CYCLE TESTING OF LOCKS
B1 SCOPE
B2 APPLICATION
B3 APPARATUS
B3.1 Test equipment
B3.2 Test fixture
B3.3 Timber
B4 SAMPLE PREPARATION
B5 CYCLE RATE
B6 PROCEDURE
B6.1 Retracting the latch or deadlatch bolt by the lock furniture
B6.2 Retracting the latchbolt by test key mechanism
B6.3 Projecting and retracting the deadbolt by test key mechanism
B6.4 Projecting and retracting the deadbolt by turnknob
B6.5 Latching door with bolt projected
B6.6 Operation of hub locking device by test key mechanism
B7 TEST REPORT
APPENDIX C - METHODS OF TEST FOR THE STRENGTH OF LOCKSETS
C1 SCOPE
C2 APPLICATION
C2.1 Strike box test
C2.2 Knob or lever furniture
C2.3 Resistance to sawing
C3 MATERIALS
C4 APPARATUS
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C5 MANIPULATION
C5.1 General
C5.2 Manipulation procedure
C6 PROCEDURES
C6.1 Resistance of bolt to end pressure
C6.2 Resistance of strike box to crushing
C6.3 Resistance of turnknobs, knobs or levers to vertical impact
C6.4 Resistance of cylinder to vertical impact
C6.5 Resistance of cylinder with fitted escutcheon to pull force
C6.6 Resistance of security locked turnknobs, knobs or levers to torque
C6.7 Resistance of locked hub to torque
C6.8 Resistance of plug to pull force
C6.9 Resistance of plug to torque
C6.10 Resistance of cylinder to pull force
C6.11 Resistance of cylinder to torque
C6.12 Resistance of cylinder to horizontal impact
C6.13 Resistance of bolt to horizontal impact
C6.14 Resistance of escutcheon to torque
C6.15 Resistance of bolt to horizontal static force
C6.16 Resistance of knobs or levers to axial load
C6.17 Resistance of knobs and levers to vertical load
C6.18 Resistance of sliding door locksets to force
C6.19 Resistance of swing and hook bolts to vertical impact
C6.20 Resistance of deadbolt to sawing
C7 TEST REPORT
APPENDIX D - METHOD OF TEST FOR CYLINDER DURABILITY
D1 SCOPE
D2 APPLICATION
D3 APPARATUS
D4 SAMPLE PREPARATION
D5 CYCLE RATE
D6 PROCEDURE
D7 TEST REPORT
APPENDIX E - METHODS OF TEST FOR LOCK FURNITURE
E1 SCOPE
E2 APPLICATION
E3 APPARATUS
E4 SAMPLE PREPARATION
E5 CYCLE RATE
E6 PROCEDURE
E6.1 Strength of return mechanism
E6.2 Durability of mechanism
E7 TEST REPORT
E7.1 Strength of return mechanism
E7.2 Durability of mechanism
  
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