ADA Locks

Zephyr Lock offers a full line of ADA Compliant Locks including a built-in, vertical dead bolt key lock, two versions of built-in electronic RFID locks and three versions of built-in combination locks.

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 ADA Built-in Key Lock          Electronic RFID Locks           ADA Built-in Combination Locks                             

Our ADA Compliant Built-in Vertical Dead Bolt Key Lock Model 1730 was developed as an affordable solution to the current high cost of meeting the 5% requirement of ADA compliant lockers in schools. The lock is designed to work on lockers with lift latch mechanisms that are ADA compliant. It utilizes a mechanical operation which does not necessitate twisting of the wrist or more than 5 lbs. of force to operate as is required in section 4.27.4 of the ADA’s Accessibility Guidelines for Building and Facilities. The lock is operated by the user by simply inserting the key to unlock and then lifting the handle on the locker door. To lock the locker the user only needs to close the door and remove the key.

The ADA Electronic RFID Locks 2154/2155 & 2254/2255 have been engineered to work on all standard metal single point, box locker, gravity latch/multipoint lockers, wood & laminate lockers and casework. They are designed to meet the same security levels as used in Banking Smart cards. Complying with all ADA guidelines for ADA accessibility, these state of the art lock systems can be utilized in a variety of areas. In addition to school and gym lockers, other uses include day spas, wellness centers, fitness clubs, employee lockers, country clubs, hotels, resorts, evidence lockers, and OEM equipment replacement. Models 2254 & 2255 have convenient keypads for alternate access.

As an addition to our existing ADA compliant lock offerings, we have added the ADA User Key feature to our Built-in Combination Lock Models 1970/1971, 1954/1955 & 1930/1931 & 1992. These locks provide greater flexibility through multiple use capabilities. Locks open by use of combination, lock specific ADA User Key, or Control Key.