#558 Sliding Door Mechanism

Finishes:

Features:

  • Lever operated; Use the same plate and lever combination on your Swing AND Sliding Doors! (Lever above Cylinder)
    • To Open:
      • Press down on lever to disengage mechanism from strike, then use lever as a pull to slide your door open
    • To Close:
      • With the sliding door closed, locking the Profile Cylinder secures the door by keeping the lever from operating
  • 50 mm Backset (see ‘Dimension Drawings’ Tab)
  • For a sliding mechanism using a fixed pull and not an operable lever (cylinder disengages mechanism from strike), use our 559 Pull to Open Sliding Door Mechanism

Description

Part Numbers:  (see ‘Parts List’ tab)

Our 558 Sliding Door Mechanism is unique in that it will allow you to use an operable lever trim style on a sliding door mortise mechanism.  That means that you can use the same exact plate (or rosette) and lever combination on your swing AND sliding doors throughout the home!  Note the product details below:

  • Lever operated; Use the same plate and lever combination on your Swing AND Sliding Doors!
    • To Open:
      • Press down on lever to disengage mechanism from strike, then use lever as a pull to slide your door open
    • To Close:
      • With the sliding door closed, locking the Profile Cylinder secures the door by keeping the lever from operating
  • Lever above Cylinder
  • 50 mm Backset (see ‘Dimension Drawings’ Tab)
  • For a sliding mechanism using a fixed pull and not an operable lever (cylinder disengages mechanism from strike), use our 559 Pull to Open Sliding Door Mechanism

Part Numbers (Specify needed parts when ordering):

Mechanism :

  • Part #   558-50-Finish Code (US 3, 5, 10B, 15, 15A, 26, 26D)

Strike:

  • Part #   OT8066-8-Finish Code (US 3, 5, 10B, 15, 15A, 26, 26D)

Mechanism

Strike

Mechanism Drawings

Strike Drawings