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This sliding window lock is constructed of an extruded aluminum housing with a diecast cam-action lever. Comes in an white finish. The design of this lock is manufactured to fit on older style, metal framed, horizontal sliding windows; usually of single pane glass, with a maximum fin thickness of 3/16 in. For vinyl windows consider using Prime-Line parts U 9809 or U 10547. This lock can be used to securely lock windows in closed or ventilating positions. These locks are easy to install and are used by a variety of consumers to increase the security of their home.
This Truth Hardware Casement Window Sash Lock by Prime-Line Products is constructed of diecast zinc and comes in a white-painted finish. It is a left-handed lock and it features a low profile design to remain in-line with the thickness of the window's sidestop trim. The mounting holes are spaced apart at 2-3/8 inches, on center, and it comes complete with its keeper and installation fasteners. When the lever is activated, the locking cam engages the keeper, drawing the window tightly closed against the weather stripping. These locks have a stepped underside and are easy to install.
This is a slim line window sash lock, diecast construction with a white finish. Designed to fit aluminum, vinyl or wood double-hung windows. The cam-action lock holds window securely closed, with a universal design. Mounting holes are 2-1/4 in. on center with a 3/8 in. hole offset.
The folding window handles from Ideal Security provide neat blinds and a clean window appearance. To open or close your window, extend the handle and turn. When not in use, fold them down to maintain a neat window covering look.These crank handles fit 11/32-inch splines, the most popular casement window operator post size. To install, simply remove the old handle, and push the new handle into place. It will gently snap into place with an internal spring. You may need to adjust the exact position of the handle so that it will face in the right direction for your particular window covering situation. Just remove it and replace. Always ensure that your window is unlocked before trying to turn the crank to avoid damaging the handle and the mechanism.