wos instructions
 
 

   PLB/WOS for PLBW Padlock Operated Bolt

- Installation Instructions -

 

A Padlock Bolt may be locked using any of a variety of brass bodied padlocks, please check that yours is suitable.

Before commencing the installation of the PLB/WOS please read the whole of these instructions and ensure that there are no door hardware conflicts, building safety requirements will not be infringed and all work can be completed safely.

Padlock Bolts are not recommended for installation to doors that form a part of a required exit.

PLB/WOS may be installed so that the locking bolt shoots horizontally left or right or shoots vertically up or down - it is recommended that the guard is fastened to the surface of the door.

A PLB/WOS may be installed without welding by using high tensile fasteners (not supplied).

 

1.   Position the PLB/WOS so that when locked the PLBW locking bolt extends about 60mm into the PLB/WOS, then mark the centre position of each hole in the PLB/WOS - if you are installing the PLB/WOS by welding it, then tack weld the PLB/WOS into position and skip step 2.

 

2.   Drill an 8mm diameter hole in the door or gate at each position to accommodate the high tensile fasteners you have selected, pass the fasteners through the door or gate locking jamb, post or guide and partially tighten those fasteners (with washers) into hex nuts placed inside the PLB/WOS.

 

3. Ascertain that the PLBW is in a correct operational position.

 

4.   Make any adjustments necessary and then fully tighten the fasteners or complete the welding (as applicable).

 

Ensure that the PLBW bolt slides easily between its locked and unlocked positions.

 

Modifications to the product other than those described above will void all warranties and/or guarantees on the product.

 

To lock the PLBW - when the locking bolt shoots left -

A.   Open the padlock and turn the shackle to 180 degrees from its locked position and place

                the toe of the shackle through the end of the locking bolt.

 

B.   Move the padlock leftwards and tilt it anticlockwise a little until the end of the locking bolt is almost flush with the end of its housing - then the padlock can be rotated anti-clockwise until its body is clear of the guard.

 

C.   Now turn the padlock body toward you and allow it to swing down into the guard so that it hangs vertically - you can now push the padlock upward and lock it.

 

To unlock the PLBW - when the locking bolt shoots left -

A.   Unlock the padlock and rotate it anti-clockwise about 90 degrees then flip the body upward

                and rotate the padlock clockwise back into the guard about 120 degrees.

 

B.   Now push the padlock upwards and rightwards to retract the locking bolt – the locking bolt can be locked open by passing the padlock shackle through the 13mm round hole.

 

- Installation Instructions -

 

A Padlock Bolt may be locked using any of a variety of brass bodied padlocks, please check that yours is suitable.

Before commencing the installation of the PLB/WOS please read the whole of these instructions and ensure that there are no door hardware conflicts, building safety requirements will not be infringed and all work can be completed safely.

Padlock Bolts are not recommended for installation to doors that form a part of a required exit.

PLB/WOS may be installed so that the locking bolt shoots horizontally left or right or shoots vertically up or down - it is recommended that the guard is fastened to the surface of the door.

A PLB/WOS may be installed without welding by using high tensile fasteners (not supplied).

 

1.   Position the PLB/WOS so that when locked the PLBW locking bolt extends about 60mm into the PLB/WOS, then mark the centre position of each hole in the PLB/WOS - if you are installing the PLB/WOS by welding it, then tack weld the PLB/WOS into position and skip step 2.

 

2.   Drill an 8mm diameter hole in the door or gate at each position to accommodate the high tensile fasteners you have selected, pass the fasteners through the door or gate locking jamb, post or guide and partially tighten those fasteners (with washers) into hex nuts placed inside the PLB/WOS.

 

3. Ascertain that the PLBW is in a correct operational position.

 

4.   Make any adjustments necessary and then fully tighten the fasteners or complete the welding (as applicable).

 

Ensure that the PLBW bolt slides easily between its locked and unlocked positions.

 

Modifications to the product other than those described above will void all warranties and/or guarantees on the product.

 

To lock the PLBW - when the locking bolt shoots left -

A.   Open the padlock and turn the shackle to 180 degrees from its locked position and place

                the toe of the shackle through the end of the locking bolt.

 

B.   Move the padlock leftwards and tilt it anticlockwise a little until the end of the locking bolt is almost flush with the end of its housing - then the padlock can be rotated anti-clockwise until its body is clear of the guard.

 

C.   Now turn the padlock body toward you and allow it to swing down into the guard so that it hangs vertically - you can now push the padlock upward and lock it.

 

To unlock the PLBW - when the locking bolt shoots left -

A.   Unlock the padlock and rotate it anti-clockwise about 90 degrees then flip the body upward

                and rotate the padlock clockwise back into the guard about 120 degrees.

 

B.   Now push the padlock upwards and rightwards to retract the locking bolt – the locking bolt can be locked open by passing the padlock shackle through the 13mm round hole.

 

- Installation Instructions -

 

A Padlock Bolt may be locked using any of a variety of brass bodied padlocks, please check that yours is suitable.

Before commencing the installation of the PLB/WOS please read the whole of these instructions and ensure that there are no door hardware conflicts, building safety requirements will not be infringed and all work can be completed safely.

Padlock Bolts are not recommended for installation to doors that form a part of a required exit.

PLB/WOS may be installed so that the locking bolt shoots horizontally left or right or shoots vertically up or down - it is recommended that the guard is fastened to the surface of the door.

A PLB/WOS may be installed without welding by using high tensile fasteners (not supplied).

 

1.   Position the PLB/WOS so that when locked the PLBW locking bolt extends about 60mm into the PLB/WOS, then mark the centre position of each hole in the PLB/WOS - if you are installing the PLB/WOS by welding it, then tack weld the PLB/WOS into position and skip step 2.

 

2.   Drill an 8mm diameter hole in the door or gate at each position to accommodate the high tensile fasteners you have selected, pass the fasteners through the door or gate locking jamb, post or guide and partially tighten those fasteners (with washers) into hex nuts placed inside the PLB/WOS.

 

3. Ascertain that the PLBW is in a correct operational position.

 

4.   Make any adjustments necessary and then fully tighten the fasteners or complete the welding (as applicable).

 

Ensure that the PLBW bolt slides easily between its locked and unlocked positions.

 

Modifications to the product other than those described above will void all warranties and/or guarantees on the product.

 

To lock the PLBW - when the locking bolt shoots left -

A.   Open the padlock and turn the shackle to 180 degrees from its locked position and place

                the toe of the shackle through the end of the locking bolt.

 

B.   Move the padlock leftwards and tilt it anticlockwise a little until the end of the locking bolt is almost flush with the end of its housing - then the padlock can be rotated anti-clockwise until its body is clear of the guard.

 

C.   Now turn the padlock body toward you and allow it to swing down into the guard so that it hangs vertically - you can now push the padlock upward and lock it.

 

To unlock the PLBW - when the locking bolt shoots left -

A.   Unlock the padlock and rotate it anti-clockwise about 90 degrees then flip the body upward

                and rotate the padlock clockwise back into the guard about 120 degrees.

 

B.   Now push the padlock upwards and rightwards to retract the locking bolt – the locking bolt can be locked open by passing the padlock shackle through the 13mm round hole.