Additional window lock FTS206

Two-stage closing: Secure your windows and French doors with a rebate thickness of up to 25 millimetres with this two-stage additional security lock.
  • Two-stage locking: protection of the persons inside and intrusion protection
  • Open and closed positions visually identifiable by red markings on the locking bolt
  • For windows and patio doors made from aluminium, wood or PVC

Additional window lock FTS206

TWO-STAGE CLOSING

Additional window security lock with convenient two-stage locking.

Your windows and French windows made of aluminium, wood or plastic can be reliably and clearly protected from uninvited guests with this security device. The fuse closes in two stages. Stage 1, protection of persons inside, can be achieved by lightly pressing in the locking bolt. You can then open the additional security lock without a key. Level 2 is the total lock. By pushing the bolt in completely, the fuse can now only be opened with one of the two keys supplied. In this state, it can withstand a pressure of over one tonne. The additional security lock is suitable for windows and French doors with a rebate thickness of up to 25 millimetres.

Technology:

  • Tested by independent Test Institutes
  • More than 1 ton pressure resistance
  • For rebates 0 - 25 mm
  • “Open/closed” position visible
  • Incl. two keys
  • Drilling template FTS206 should only be used in conjunction with drilling template FAS101

Operation and use:

  • For inward opening windows and patio doors
  • Device and window are locked with the securing bolt
  • Locks with 2 turns, First turn: slightly press in the bolt = locking function (protection of the persons inside), Second turn: press in the bolt completely = dead bolted
  • Opening the device from the dead bolted position with the key
  • Can be supplied keyed alike with a variety of other ABUS products
  • Suitable for all surface materials, such as wood, PVC and aluminium

Variants:

  • Finishes: brown, silver, white

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