A Kickstop Frame Reinforcer is used to reinforce and strengthen a wooden door frame around a rim lock staple, a mortice lock striking plate and the hinges.
Fitting locks involves removing wood and this in turn, will weaken the frame. The Kickstop door frame reinforcing plates and bars are bolted together through the door or screwed to the internal face of the frame - to resist a 'kick-in' attack and forced entry and so help avoid a burglary.
Part of the FrameGuard/StapleGuard is fitted to the external face of the door frame and will provide a very visible indication that the door frame has been strengthened and reinforced. The benefit is that this visual deterrent will help persuade the intruder to 'go elsewhere'
London Bar: - Flat steel reinforcing bar with countersunk screw holes. It has a 'D' shaped staple to fit over and secure the locking point side of the frame where a rim lock staple is fitted to the frame. Supplied with 2 1/2" No. 10 woodscrews.
Birmingham Bar: - Flat steel reinforcing bar with countersunk screw holes. To strengthen the locking point side of the frame when only mortice locks are fitted and also to strengthen the hinge side of the frame. Additionally, can be fixed (with security fixings) to the external face of the frame to resist jemmy and chisel attack on outward opening doors. Supplied with 2 1/2" No. 10 woodscrews.
FrameGuard: - Two plates, bolted together through the door frame around the striking plate or hinge. The 9602 has bevelled edge to resist side impact and is supplied with 4" long bolt fixings
StapleGuard: (originally known as - London Frame Reinforcer) - Two plates, the external plate is flat with bevelled edge to resist side impact and the internal plate has a 'D' shaped staple to fit over the a rim lock staple. Supplied with 4" long bolt fixings.
HingeGuard Plates: - A packet of two plates. Each plate screwed to the inside face of the door frame just beside the hinge. Supplied with 2 1/2" No. 10 woodscrews.
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