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Item description
Item description

Lockwood 8654 hinged security door lock.

Supersedes & retrofits Whitco Tasman Mk2 and Mk3 locks.

Suits left or right hand opening doors (non-handed).

Featuring 2 stage locking (DualSelect®).


information-icon The range has been tested in accordance with AS4145.2-2008, offering exceptional performance and reliability. Incorporating Lockwood's advanced safety and security feature, DualSelect®, the 8654 Hinged Security Door Lock is ideal for use in residential applications.

  • 2 stage key locking, offers safety and security for all occupants by giving a choice of selecting safety mode or secure mode when exiting the home.
  • Turning the key to the first selection engages the safety lock, this offers security from the outside whilst allowing occupants inside to safely exit using the internal lever and snib.
  • Turning the key to the second selection engages the secure lock, this provides internal and external security, and requires the key to unlock the door from inside and outside.
  • Suits left or right hand opening doors.
  • Stainless steel hookbolt for increased security.
  • Key locking from both sides.
  • Inside snib locking (with key override).
  • Large ergonomically improved snib to assist with operation.
  • Stainless steel face plate.
  • Self-latching with stainless steel hook deadbolt for improved security.
  • Can only be locked when fully engaged with strike.
  • Fits industry standard cut outs/door preparation.
  • Retrofits Whitco Tasman Mk2 and Mk3 Locks.
  • Zinc die cast lock mechanism and furniture.
  • Easy installation for both new and retrofit applications.
  • Accepts lazy cam euro cylinder (not included).
  • Compatible to most inline restricted keying systems (using 9555-3 or 8412 barrels).
  • Dead latch must be held in to remove cylinder.
  • Optional 3 point kits available for premium security.
  • Supplied bulk packed.
  • Finished in Black.
DualSelect® Locking

DualSelect introduces two stage external locking – safety mode and secure mode.

Safety mode

By rotating the key 90° the bolt can be thrown achieving external security whilst the internal turn knob is free to exit (Safety Mode).

Secure mode

By rotating the key a further 45° to the second click, the bolt will now be secure on both sides of the door (Secure Mode).