Mortise / Rim Lock
Abloy Mortise / Rim locks are made with hardened steel with thick anti drill plates for added protection making them full Grade 5 locks. When buying a mortise/rim lock, you must specify what tailpiece you require (if you do not currently have one). Please see our Cams/Tailpieces info page for more details. Please keep in mind that while we do try to keep all tailpieces in stock, if you are ordering many, there may be an additional delay of 3-5 business days for your order to arrive. Abloy Rim/mortise locks are available in a wide variety of depths. With rim locks the depth is generally less important as the long tail piece is cut to the proper length. The depth of the lock is measured from right behind the face of the lock to the back (the part that is in the door).
Abloy rim/mortise locks can also be optionally fitted with a protective collar which can help prevent wrenching attacks. Protective collars only come in satin chrome and do not have other finishes, if you order it with a different finish it will still come in chrome. The protective collar is a spin collar meaning that if it is wrenched it will spin without passing that torque onto the lock body itself. The collar does reduce about one tenth of an inch (3mm) of the depth that the rim/mortise lock will go into the door. Installation is simple as the rim/mortise lock is simply passed through the collar prior to installing it into the door.
Abloy Hardened Protective Collar
The Abloy Rim/Mortise protective collar is an optional spin collar that the rim/mortise lock is put through prior to be inserted into the door. The collar helps resist physical attacks like wrenching or torquing by being able to spin freely rather than transmit the torque to the lock itself. The collar will cause the mortise/rim cylinder to stick out 1/8" further from the door so make sure to consider this when choosing a length.
Abloy is one of the most reputable high security lock manufacturers in the world. Abloy is based out of Finland and their current top of the line lock system is the Abloy Protec/Protec2 system. The Abloy Protec system came out in 2001 and features a unique rotating disk based system with a disk blocking anti pick system that is unique to them. It is completely bump proof and extremely pick resistant (no known picking attacks have been successful). It is well respected as one of the top of the line high security locks in the world. It has one of the largest key spaces of any high security system with over 2 billion possible keys. Virtually all Abloy locks can be keyed to work with the same set of keys. The Abloy Protec2 was introduced in December of 2012 and it makes some refinements to the Abloy Protec system. The primary features include minor additional drill resistance, harder to copy keys with an interactive element and an extended patent through 2031. To order locks in the Protec2 system select “Protec 2 Elite” under key profile on the product options. For more details please see our Abloy Brand Information page.
Key Profile / System
Abloy currently has two different systems of locks the Abloy Protec2 and the Abloy Protec. First you must decide which system you would like to buy, most locks are available in both systems. For more information on the Protec1 verse the Protec2 please see our Abloy Brand Information page. To order a lock in the Abloy Protec2 you must select a key profile that has the number 2 in its name (ie "Protec2 Elite" or "Ruby2 Exclusive"). Next you have a choice of key profile, the key profile of a lock primarily is an issue of key control. Legally the Protec Elite and Ruby Exclusive key profiles have the same level of key control, no dealer other than the dealer who originally issued the keys (or the Factory) can cut more keys. Technically, with the standard Protec Elite key profile, all Abloy Protec/Protec2 dealers in the US have access to this key blank. This is a slight security risk as it does mean they could duplicate a Protec/Protec2 Elite key if they wanted to (but they would break their contract with Abloy in doing so and we have yet to hear of a dealer doing so). Our Ruby Exclusive key profile is a key blank that is only issued to us, which removes the option for another Abloy dealer to duplicate your ruby key as they do not have access to the key blanks. A Protec Elite key will not even fit in a Ruby Exclusive lock. The Ruby Exclusive is a very secure level of key control giving peace of mind to even the most worried lock owner. Having an exclusive key profile can also be useful if an eventual attack against the Abloy Protec is found. While it is hard to speak about something that has not happened, many advanced rights escalation attacks, or advanced attacks against high security locks, require having a key (or key blank) that fits the lock. With the Ruby Exclusive you will make it harder for an attacker to have access to a fitting key.
Keyed Alike / Master Keying
Master Keying and Keying Alike are both services we are happy to offer however they do require that all the locks are the same key profile (Ruby Exclusive or Protec Elite).
We are able to key your locks alike(to the same key) during ordering at no cost. We can also master key(see our Master Keying Page) your locks starting at $15 per cylinder. Keyed alike means that if you order two padlocks and a deadbolt from us we can key them all to operate on the same key. To order two or more locks keyed alike, just select "keyed alike" under keying for each lock and all locks that are the same color will be keyed the same. During checkout there will also be a notes area and you can comment on how you want the locks keyed if you wish to provide additional clarification. It is important to note that when keying alike you do not get more keys for each lock you order, just the initial lock's number of keys. This means no matter if you order 2 or 5 padlocks keyed alike, you will only get 2 keys total. If you require additional keys just order extra keys. There is no additional charge for keying alike. Master keying can allow you to allow some keys to open some locks and other keys to open all locks. You can specify your desired master keying in the notes area when checking out, or you can simply put a note in to call, and we will call you to discuss your needs. If you are looking to have locks or keys to a previous order please see our keyed to a previous order page.
Abloy keys have a variety of color inserts that can be selected to help keep track of your Abloy keys from one another. Below, you are able to pick a color for your key indicators. If you want a different color for one or more of the keys, please specify the colors you want in the notes area during checkout. In addition, Abloy keys can have an optional plastic key head. Our Abloy Plastic Key Heads are found under the Accessories category. The plastic key head does not block the color indicator dots.
Please note when ordering extra keys you are ordering extra keys per lock. This means if you select 3 extra keys and then order a quantity of 2 locks you will get 6 extra keys. To order the correct number of extra keys you can divide the number of extra keys by however many locks you are ordering and put that under extra keys. The other option for extra keys is to add a quantity of 1 of the item you are ordering to your cart with the correct number of extra keys, and then go back and add however many more of the lock you want with 0 extra keys. It will mean you have to pick the options for the product twice, but will ensure you get exactly how many keys you want.
Mortise locks are easily installed into existing doors. First you must remove the existing mortise cylinder. On the side of the door will generally be a hex screw that can be backed out about 1/4" to 1/2". Once this is done the mortise cylinder is simply unscrewed from the door. This can be done by inserting the key partway in and turning counter clockwise to help get the lock unscrewed. Once the old lock is removed from the door the new lock is inserted. The new lock is then screwed into place (ensure the lock is facing up properly, do not simply screw the lock as far down as it goes). It can be a good idea to try and hold the lock body while turning the key to ensure proper function before screwing the hex screw back down to lock the cylinder in place. Once the lock is functioning tighten the hex screw completely down onto the cylinder to keep it from unscrewing and your lock is installed.
Rim locks are generally fairly easy to install. First we must remove the existing lock. From the inside of the door remove the two screws that go through the door into the back of the cylinder. At this point you should be able to simply pull the cylinder out from the front of the door. On the new cylinder you may need to break the long metal tailpiece that comes out the back of the cylinder so that it is roughly the same length as the old cylinder (or else the lock may not be able to insert all the way into the door). Once this is done simply screw the new cylinder into the door using the two screws and you are done.
This product has the following related skus: ABL-CY402, ABL-CY403, ABL-CY415, ABL-CY403E2, ABL-CY415E1, ABL-CY415E2, ABL-CY403E1, ABL-CY415E3, ABL-CY403E3, ABL-CY403E4, ABL-CY403E5, ABL-CY403E6, ABL-CY403E7, ABL-CY402T, ABL-CY402N, ABL-CY402C, ABL-CY402E, ABL-CY402D, ABL-CY402C, ABL-CY402P, ABL-CY402B