How to install aluminum alloy door locks?

- Mar 29, 2019-

An experienced carpenter or a master with considerable knowledge of the aluminum alloy lock should be hired. According to the fixed distance template in the product manual, the hole, the chisel support socket, the aluminum alloy lock plate and the aluminum alloy lock box hole are prepared for the installation.


Check that the holes you have made are accurate and follow the steps in the product installation instructions. If the aluminum alloy lock switch is found to be inflexible or impossible to open after installation, you should consult the aluminum alloy locksmith master in time. The dealer of the product or the technical service department of the manufacturer or the after-sales service department, so that the problem can be solved.


If the product is installed and checked, the product will be unloaded. After the door is painted and dried (it is recommended to re-install the aluminum alloy lock for two or more days), the purpose is to prevent the paint from sticking. On the aluminum alloy lock products, it affects the appearance and performance (usually the drive is not flexible due to the sticking of the aluminum alloy lock). When the paint is not dry, the chemical gas will corrode the product and accelerate the surface treatment of the product. Affect the appearance and reduce the service life of aluminum alloy locks.


Always keep the aluminum alloy lock body transmission parts with lubricant. In order to keep its transmission smooth and prolong its service life. It is recommended to check once every six months or one year, and check if the fastening screws are loose to ensure the fastening.


Regular use of lubricant: When the aluminum alloy lock is in use, periodically (half year or year) or when the key is not inserted smoothly, a small amount of graphite powder or pencil powder can be put into the aluminum alloy lock cylinder to ensure the key. Plug and unplug smoothly. However, it is forbidden to add any other oil to lubricate to prevent the grease from sticking to the marble spring, which causes the aluminum alloy lock to not rotate and cannot be opened.


Always check the matching clearance between the aluminum alloy lock body and the aluminum alloy lock plate: whether the aluminum alloy lock tongue and the aluminum alloy lock plate hole are suitable for the fit, and the matching clearance between the door and the door frame is preferably 1.5mm-2.5mm. If found to have changed.


Aluminum alloy locks should be carefully maintained and maintained during use. The position of the door hinge or aluminum alloy lock plate should be adjusted. At the same time, pay attention to the shrinkage and thermal expansion caused by the weather (wet spring, dry in winter) to ensure the clearance between the door and the door frame, the aluminum alloy lock body and the aluminum alloy lock plate.