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Dec. 17, 1946. H. G. volGHT , 2,412,789 UNIT LOCK Filed oct. 4, 1945 v '2 sheets-sheet 1 Patented Dec. 17, 1946 ‘ 2,412,789~ armas PATENT orties afname UNIT Loox ' Henry G. Voight, Hamden, Colm., assigner to Sar gent & Eompany, New Haven, Conn., a corpo ' ration or @ennecticut ` application october 4, 1943, serial No. 504,813 2 Claims. (Cl. 292-359) 2 . This invention relates to door locks, and more particularly to a so-called unit door lock similar, for example, to that shown in my prior Patent No. 2,304,612, granted December 8, 1942. In that patent there is disclosed a lock system wherein is provided a case adapted to be used for a number of locks of different types, and various lock parts or elements designed to be interchangeably mounted in the case so that by the use ofthe proper elements or mechanism the desired type of lock could be constructed, mounted in the face plate of the lock, as is usu ally the case with unit-type locks.V One object of the invention is to provide a lock v case which may be employed with any one of ay number of different locks. A further object of the invention is to provide a lock case which is universal in character in that it may be employed with a number of locks of diiïerent types, such case being provided with a 10 mask or scalp plate of substantially the same size and shape as the faceplate of the lock, which scalp plate will contain only the face openings necessary for the particular lock which is to be made, and which will conceal the remaining a part of the case, and a face plate forming the front of the lock case through which the bolt pro 15 openings in the face plate of the case itself. A still further object of the invention is the jects, which face plate is formed integrally with simplification and the cheapening of 'the manu the supporting plate carrying the mechanism. facture of locks by` providing a univers-ally usable ri‘his supporting plate forms onel wall of the lock lock case which may be kept in stock in quantity case, and a cover plate is secured thereto in i Unit locks of this character .usually employ a 1 _ mounting plate or supporting plate constituting . spaced relation to form the opposite wall, which 20 and used in the manufacture of a number of dif-~ I ‘ ‘ walls, with the face plate, form the case. In my . Viîerent locks. A still further object of the invention is to pro patent, above referred to; it was necessary when vide a new and improved stop or knob-dogging different types of locks were to be made to form mechanism mounted upon the side wall of the the proper openings in the face plate of the lock for the bolts or other projecting parts depending 25 lock case between this wall and the escutcheon plate whereby the actuating elements of the dog upon the type of lock which was to be made. ging mechanism will project throimh` the face of This, of course, required some work to be done the door at the side of the knob. upon the case after its original manufacture, so To these and other ends the invention consists ` that the case as originally made was not com plete. In the present instance the lock case as 30 in the novel featuresand combinations of parts originally made is equipped with all of the open ings which may be required for the various bolts. In other words, there will be formed in the face to be hereinafter described and claimed. plate an opening for à latch bolt, and upper and ' bodying my improvements; lower openings for dead bolts or stop bolts or dog actuating members, or other elements which may be employed and which project through the face In the accompanying drawings: , Fig. 1 is al vertical sectional view of a lock em as . ‘ Fig. 2 is a sectional view on line 2-2 of Fig. l; Fig. 3 is a sectional view on line 3----3 of Fig. l; Fig. 4 is an elevational „view of the stop or 1 dogging mechanism mounted on a wall of the of the lock. As not al1 of these elements are used case; in every lock, and as it would be unsightly to have openings in the face plate of the lock which are 40 Fig. 5 is a view partly in section on line 5--5 of Fig. 4; . ’ ' « not employed, I secure a mask or scalp plate over Fig. 6 is a front or edge view or thevlock case thei'ace plate of the lock, this mask or scalp plate shown in Fig. 1; ' containing the openings which are necessary for Fig. 'I is a sectional view on line 1--1 of Fig. ‘2. the particular type of lock which is to be manu ' factured. In this manner the case of the lock is 45 showing the face plate of the lock case; Figs. 8, 9, 10 and 11 are front elevational views ~ exactly the same for any one of a number of dif of masks or scalp plates of various types; and -ferent types of locks. The mask or scalp plate, ' Fig. 12`is a top plan view of the scalp plate' however, will be individual to the particular lock, shown in Fig. 8. ' and While it will contain openings which will reg .isterv with those which are desired to be used, it 50 To illustrate a preferred embodiment of myin ventìon I have shown a lock case mounted in posi will conceal those openings which are not to bey tion upon thedoor I0. The lock case comprises used. « a mounting or rsupporting plate Il `having a Also I have provided a lock of this type with a front face I2 formed integrally therewith and knob-dogging mechanism mounted upon one of ‘the side walls of the lock case instead of being forming theiront of the case. The plate Il 2,412,789 1 forms one side wall of the case, the opposite wall being formed by the plate I3 which is secured 4 in Figs. 2 and 12, is provided with a laterally extending end flange 41 designed to lie against ' by screws or the like to posts 'I3l formed upon the plate II. As is usual in locks of this type, the mounting plate vor wall I I and to extend snugly into a space between this plate and the escutcheon I6 at the outside of the door. The plate 45 may the front plate projectsl beyond the cover plate I3 (Fig. 2), so that its inner edge is substantially ' flush with> the face of an escutcheon plate I4, which escutcheon plate is secured by screws I5 to the outer escutcheon plate I6, the latter being be secured to the plate I2 in'any suitable manner such as by rivets 48. Y l If it is desired toconstruct a lock suitable, for example, for a bathroom door, a plate such as in turn secured to the supporting plate II by 10 that shown in Fig. 8 at 45“ is employed instead of screws I1 passing through the latter plate and vthe plate 45. This plate contains the opening 46 entering posts I8 formed on the escutcheon , for the latchbolt and an additional opening 49 plate I6. The escutcheon plates may also be through which a dead bolt may' project, and it will, secured to the door after the lock has' been set of course, be understood that in this event a dead into place by screws I9. _ ' 15 bolt would be included in the lock case in addi- y The lock mechanism is mounted between the tion to the Alatch bolt. ‘ plates or front and rear walls II and I3, and In Fig. 9 of the drawings there is illustrated a the mechanism employed will, 'of course, vary further type of mask or scalp plate 45b to be used depending upon the type of lock which is to bej with a lock for a communicating door, which plate made. As shown for purposes of illustration, 20 will be provided with the opening 46 for the latch the lock mechanism consists of a latch bolt 20 bolt and upper and lower openings 49 and 49e to which is connected a retracting yoke 2l having for a pair of dead bolts, as is usual in locks for laterally turned ends 22 designed to be engaged communicating doors. The openings 49 and 49“ ' by the rollbacks 23, 24 and 25. As shown in Fig.` 3, are adapted to register -with the openings 42> and the rollback 2.4 is formed integrally with a. cen 25 43 in the plate I2, respectively. . tral hub 26, while the rollbacks 23 and 25 are In Fig. `10 of the drawings I have shown a scalp rotatably mounted Yon reduced end portions of plate 45° adapted for use with a. front door lock. , This plate is provided with the openings 46 and 49 which will register with the openings 4I and 42 of 30 the plate I2, and is` also provided with circular openings 50 and 5I to accommodate push buttons which will be used with an interior latch or knob this hub. ^ Knob sleeves 28 and 29 >are secured to the case, and the shank 36 of the inside knob is rotatably mounted in the sleeve 29. Secured to the knob is a stern 3I of non-circular cross section, which stem enters a non-circular opening in a hub 32, dogging mechanism. These openings will register also rotatably mounted in the sleeve 29, which ‘ with the enlargements 44 of the opening 43 in the hub engages the rollback 25 to actuate the latter, 35 `front plate I2. ' as shown in Fig. 2, and as is well understood in In Fig. 11_«I have shown a scalp plate'45d for the art. ' , The outside knob is shown at 33 and is provided use with a vestibule door lock, which plate will be provided with openings 46, 50 and 5I. I have also provided a dogging-mechanism for with a shank 34 rotatably mounted in the sleeve 28, the inner end of which shank engages the 40 the latch bolt which may be mounted upon one ' rollback 23 so that this rollback is actuated by of the walls of the lock case, and may be employed in place of the dogging-mechanism‘ operated by the outside knob, it being understood that each of the rollbacks may be actuated independently the push buttons adapted to extend'through the openings 56 and 5I in the plates 45c and 45d. If of the others, as the rollbacks 23 and 25 are rotatably mounted on the hub 26. 45 this novel dogß’îng mechanism is employed, the Mounted in the outside knob is a cylinder lock openings 50 and 5I may be omitted.' As shown more particularly in Figs. 2, 4 and 5, this dogglng 35 to the key barrel of _which is secured a stem 36 of non-circular cross section, which stem is re mechanism is mounted upon the plate I3 forming ceived in a similarly shaped opening in the hub the inner wall of the lock, and is housed between 26, so that this hub and rollback 24 thereon 50 this plate and the escutcheon I4. A‘ plate 55 is secured to the plate I3 and disposed in spaced areactuated by the lock at the outside of the door. ` ' ` , The latch bolt 26 is provided with a head 48 relation thereto, the plate 55 lying between the , plate I3 and the escutcheon I4. Between the plates ~I3 and 55 is pivotally mounted a walking plate I2. It will be seen by reference to Fig. 7 55 beam 56, this member being provided with an that this face plate is not only provided with the opening 56’al receiving the knob shank and with opening 4I for the latch bolt, but is provided with a pair of circular bearing members 51 rockably , an additional opening 42 of rectangular shape, mounted -in openings 58 and 59 in the plates I3 and also an opening 43 which is generally of rec and 55, respectively. `Mounted upon the. ends of tangular shape but which may be enlarged adja 60 the walking beam are push buttons 60 and 6I cent its ends, ~as shown at 44, so that the lock which extend through the escutcheon I4 at the case consisting generally of the members II, I2 ' inner face of the door> for manual operation. and I3 may be used with other types of locks. To the inner end of the push button 6I is se In order. however, to conceal the openings of . cured a >slide 62 which carries a doggingmember' the face plate »which may-not be used in any 65 63 adapted when projected outwardly or toward particular lock, I provide a'scalp plate 45 in which the outer knob to project into a recess 64 in the ` are formed only the openings which are to be shank 34 of the outside knob to dog the knob used with the bolts or other elements with which against movement. The portion of the slide 62 the lock is provided. For example, the face plate adjacent the push -button 6I is provided with re 45 to be used with the lock shown in Figs. 1 to 3 70 cesses 65 adapted to. be engaged by a spring is‘provided only with an opening 46 registering pressed ball detent 66 mounted on the plate I3with »the opening 4I, and, as shown in Fig. 6, to releasably hold the dogging mechanism in4 -conceals the openings 42 and 43.- The face plate either inoperative or operative ~position vagainst' is substantially of the same length and widthl as accidentaldisplacement. A_body portion 61 of the front plate I2 of the lock case, and as shown 75 the slide 62 extends throughan openingin‘the projecting through an opening 4I in the face A ‘2,412,789 wall I I of the lock case so as to be guided thereby ' in its sliding movements. It will be understood that the push buttons 60 and 6I extend’through the escutcheon plate Il at the inside of the door adjacent the inner knob j (not shown), where they may be readily acces sible for manual operation. It is believed that the operation of the lock will be readily understood ` from the foregoing description. With the push buttons 60 and 6I in the-position shown in Fig'. 2, the latch bolt is free to be retracted by either the inner or outer knobs, and the dogging mechanism is held against accidental displacement from this position by the engagement of the detent 66 in one of the recesses 65. Ii', however, the push but ton 6I is pushed inwardly, the slide I62 will be moved toward the outer knob, and the clogging 10 6 be secured to a door and having opposed inner and outer side walls, a bolt reciprocably mounted in the case, inner and outer knobs for retracting said bolt, inner and outer knob sleeves secured to said inner and outer side walls respectively within which said knobs are rotatably mounted, a doggîng member movably mounted in the case forI dogging said outer knob, a walking beam piv otally carried by. said inner wall and connected to said dogging member, actuating means for said walking beam accessible for operation at the in side of the door, and said walking beam compris ing a plate-like member having an opening re ceiving said knob sleeve and being pivoted on an axis intersecting the axis of said sleeve. , 2. A door lock comprising a case adapted to be secured to a door and having opposed inner and element 63 will enter the recess 64 in the knob outer side walls, a, bolt reciprocably mounted in shank and dog the outer knob against rotation. the case, inner and outer knobs for retracting said In this position oi.’ the parts the latch bolt may not 20 bolt, inner and outer knob sleeves secured to said be retracted by the outer knob, but may be re inner- and outer side walls respectively within tracted by the inner knob,'or by means of the key which said knobs are rotatably mounte'd,'a dog- ' operated lock 35 at the outside o! the door, which ging member movably mounted in the case for rotates the stem 36 and therefore the hub 26 .dogging said outer knob, a walking beam pivotally carrying the rollback 24. ' ` 25 carried by said inner wall and connected to said While I have shown and described some pre clogging member, actuating means for said walk ferred embodiments of my invention, it will be ' ing beam accessible for operation at the inside of_ understoodthat it«is not to be limited to all of the door, and said walking beam lcomprising a the details shown, but is capable of modiñcation plate-like member having an opening receiving andvariation within the spirit of the invention 30 said knob sleeve whereby the opposite ends of said and within the scope of the claims. member lie on opposite sides of the sleeve. What is claimed is: 1. A door lock comprising a case adapted to HENRY c. voIGH’r.