Teach You To Install Sliding Lock


    The types of door locks used in different occasions are different, and the types of door locks mainly include sliding locks, anti-theft door locks, password locks, fingerprint locks, and smart door locks. Different door lock types have different anti-theft factors and safety factors. Therefore, when choosing a door lock, you must first think about how safe you need to be.
    Before following the door lock, the door opening direction cannot be ignored. Because the door opening direction determines the direction of the lock during installation, you can first open the door during installation to see which side of its hinge is on, because generally where the hinge is, the direction of opening the door is. Therefore, install the door lock on the side where the hinge is not installed to ensure that the direction is correct.
    When installing the door lock, it cannot be ruled out that there will be the wrong direction. If you find that the slanting tongue of the door lock and the opening direction of the door are opposite, you need to pull out the slanting tongue stop plate, and then push the slanting tongue into the slanting tongue adjustment hole by hand, and then rotate the slanting tongue back 180° Release it again. If you can’t handle it yourself, it’s best to find a merchant that sells the door lock to resolve it.
    After installation, the lock can be unlocked. The principle of key unlocking: When the key is not put in, the blue flat-headed marble in the lock is pushed down to prevent the lock cylinder from rotating. Insert the correct key, the empty space between the blue flat-headed marble and the red lower marble Align with the yellow lock cylinder. When the space between the marbles is aligned with the turning line, the yellow lock cylinder can tilt and turn to unlock the lock.
    Luban was the first person to install a mechanism on the lock. Judging from the situation reflected in the unearthed cultural relics and written records, ancient locks relied on the elastic force of two plate springs. Until now, this spring is still in use.
    In foreign countries, although the ancient Greeks once invented a very reliable lock, it was difficult to popularize it in ordinary households because of the large key that had to be carried on the shoulder. The ancient Indians made another bird-shaped "mystery lock" with the keyhole hidden in the wings that could shake. The rise of modern locks was first invented by the British in the 18th century "welding fishing locks." Our widely used pinball lock was invented in 1860 by American Nilus Yale Jr.