PR-no. 40200-0116-11/2014
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New glass door lock from Lehmann

Shopfitting and construction require modern security standards and sophisticated design, for instance when luxurious accessories are to be displayed effectively in glass cabinets. The furniture lock specialist Lehmann in Minden/Germany now offers a glass door lock that not only looks good, but also meets all security requirements and is simply clamped to the glass pane.

With the new glass door lock 324 from Lehmann, time-consuming and costly glass drilling operations are now a thing of the past. The new glass door lock is quite simply clamped to the glass door from below, from the side or from above. Two slotted screws of polyamide prevent the glass surface being damaged. A layer of rubber prevents the lock slipping and scratching the surface.

With a clamping range of four to eight millimetres, the lock can be fitted on glass panes of different thickness. Moreover, the lock’s universal use for right-handed, top-locking or bottom-locking glass doors means that it can be used for a wide range of applications. This helps when planning and stocking parts.

The key retention which can be retrofitted on request also takes account of modern security standards. It ensures that valuable products displayed behind glass doors are effectively protected against unauthorized access.

Lehmann includes two versions in its range: a rounded taper form of elegant appearance, and a cylindrical form with recessed grips for applications requiring a stronger grip. The new glass door lock is available not only with the standard glossy nickel finish, but also on request with a matt nickel finish, and a glossy or matt chrome III finish.

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Caption 1: The cylindrical version of the new glass door lock from Lehmann has recessed grips. Photo: Lehmann

Caption 2: The taper version of the glass door lock appears soft and elegant. Photo: Lehmann
Caption 3: Whether cylindrical or tapered - the clamp-on glass door lock from Lehmann saves time and money thanks to its toolless installation. Security and appearance are carefully matched. Photo: Lehmann


As one of Europe's leading manufacturers of mechanical and electronic furniture locking systems employing some 300 members of staff with headquarters in Minden/Westphalia, Lehmann has been developing and producing high-quality products for the furniture-making industry since 1962. This includes office furniture, warehouse and factory equipment, shopfitting/interior fittings, living-room and bedroom furniture, hotel and contract furnishing, healthcare as well as caravan manufacturing and boat building. For further information, go to

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