Gang locks allow for the locking
of multiple drawers within one piece
of furniture. CompX Timberline offers
many variations of gang locks, mainly
differing in the position of the gang lock,
which can be mounted either
in the drawer front, fixed rail or on
the side. These systems install easily
and fit a wide variety of case designs.
CompX Timberline makes
glass door locks in two styles:
k Bore Through
k Compression Mount
Bore Through style locks are
made for swing style doors.
They mount in glass doors
up to 3/8” thick, either vertically
or horizontally. Cam must rotate
counterclockwise to lock. A cap
is attached to give a finished
appearance. Nut washer is hand-
tightened to fasten cylinder body
to glass. A 7/8” diameter hole
is bored in glass, centered
7/8” from edge.
Compression Mount style locks
are non-bore glass door locks. Fully
cushioned to avoid glass damage,
these locks mount in glass doors
1⁄4” to 5/16” thick, either vertically
or horizontally. The lock slips onto
the edge of glass doors at any
location, with no boring required.
All CompX Timberline glass door
locks are available in three lock plug
finishes: Bright Nickel, Bright Brass
and Satin Nickel.