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45 Series Handlesets

The 45 Series Trim Sets match up with the Heavy Duty 4500 series panic hardware. There are many functionalities of handlesets ranging from dummys to common entry to a lever that is always locked. Choosing the right handle for the right location is imperative. All of the handles are non-handed and are therefore reversible.


Trim

45CE

The 45CE is a Cylinder Escutcheons which uses a 3902 mortise cylinder (included). A key is needed to lock or unlock the lever. The Escutcheon is 2-3/4″ x 10-3/4″ in size. Reeb stocks this handle set with the Withnell lever in US10B and US26D or the August Level in US26D.

45NL

The 45NL is a Night Latch which uses a 3901 rim cylinder (included). These handlesets are always locked and require a key to retract the latch everytime. The Escutcheon is 2-3/4″ x 10-3/4″ in size. Reeb stocks this handle set with the Withnell lever in US10B and US26D.



45DT

The 45DT is a Dummy Trim. After the level is dogged (or turned) down, you will be able to pull the door open. The Escutcheon is 2-3/4″ x 10-3/4″ in size. Reeb stocks this handle set with the Withnell lever in US10B and US26D.

45BE

The 45BE is a Blank Escutcheon. This handleset is always operable and may also be known as a passage lock. The Escutcheon is 2-3/4″ x 10-3/4″ in size. Reeb stocks this handle set with the Withnell lever in US26D.




Lever Styles

Withnell – Reeb Stock: CE / NL / DT

August – Reeb Stock: CE



Additional Parts

3901 Rim Cylinders are a specific keyway used on conventional cylinders. The long tail piece is included and it is machined from solid brass. The 3901 Rim Cylinder is used with the 45NL. Reeb stocks this cylinder in US10B and US26D.

3902 Mortise Cylinders are a specific keyway used on conventional cylinders. They have the standard straight cam attached and an Adams Rite cam shipped loose in the box. The 3902 Mortise Cylinder is used with the 45CE. Reeb stocks this cylinder in US10B and US26D.

Reeb also stocks the following strikes in US32D:

Updated on July 26, 2019

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