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Emtek Classic Pocket Door Mortise Hardware

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Emtek Classic Pocket Door Mortise Hardware
Emtek Mortised Pocket Door Lock

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Part Numbers for Emtek Modern Rectangular Pocket Door Mortise

Keyed- 2103
Passage- 2104
Privacy-2105
Dummy-2106

Description

Emtek Classic Style Pocket Door Mortise Lock

Emtek's pocket door mortise lock is available in a privacy, passage, dummy and keyed function. This pocket door lock requires special door preparation. Please see Emtek Mortise Pocket Door Template for details.

Emtek Pocket Door Lock Functions

Part Number 2104 - Passage Non-Locking function
Part Number 2105 - Privacy Locking Function for Bedroom or baths
Part Number 2106 - Dummy Function for use on bi-parting or double pocket doors where you'd want a privacy set on one door to close and lock into the door with a dummy set.
Part Number 2103 - Keyed Lock Function

Does not use a standard type keyway. Cannot be keyed alike exterior locks or deadbolts and cannot be master keyed.

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SKU :E1137
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Retail Price: $253.00
Price (USD)$213.78

Custom assembled. Please allow 10-14 business days before shipping. Lead time may fluctuate due to COVID delays. Call 307-886-9449 to expedite.
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Question Can I mount this in reverse? Meaning, pulling door from left side of opening - this side needs to be the pretty side / not the inside of the pull. All photos show if I mount it as shown - ugly or inside will be on the outside part of my door.
Asked by: andrea - 1/12/2021
Question These are reversible to fit pocket doors that slide both directions. Answer provided by:  Jake (9/6/2022)
Question Can the lock be ordered brass on one side and bushed nickel on the other?
Asked by: Joseph - 8/22/2022
Question Yes, just give us a call to order. Answer provided by:  Jake (9/6/2022)
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