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Yale Security Inc., an ASSA ABLOY Group company

100 Yale Avenue
Lenoir City, Tennessee 37771-3226
United States
Telephone: 800-438-1951.
Fax: 800-338-0965.

Products manufactured by Yale Security Inc., an ASSA ABLOY Group company (listed alphabetically)


    The Yale 5400LN Series Heavy-Duty Cylindrical Lockset, is a door lock with lever handle designed for use by individuals with grasping, fine motor, or neurological disabilities. Designed for industrial, commercial, and institutional use, features include Yale 6- and 7-pin standard and interchangeable core cylinders; stainless steel latchbolt with direct half-inch throw; wear-resistant chassis plates; heavy-duty lever return springs to prevent lever sag and provide positive return of lever to horizontal position; rose support plates that can be adjusted to fit doors from 1.75 to 2.25 inches thick. The lockset is available with three lever designs (Augusta, Monroe, or Pacific Beach). Its Free Wheeling lever mechanism allows the lever to rotate freely while locked, increasing vandal resistance and reducing the amount of maintenance required. Levers accept interchangeable core cylinders by Best, Corbin Russwin, Sargent, Schlage, ASSA, or Medeco. OPTIONS: Three-quarter-inch latch throw for fire-rated or pairs of doors; rose spacers for 1 3/8-inch thick doors. COLOR: Brass, bronze, nickel, or chrome finish or black painted. WARRANTY: Lifetime warranty against lever sag and lever spring breakage.

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