The Kickstop London Bar is a door frame reinforcing bar with a 'D' shaped staple to fit over and secure the staple (keep) of a surface fitted rim lock or cylinder nightlatch. This very effective steel anti-burglary device is screwed on to the internal face of the lock side of the frame and will resist the kicking, splitting and forcing open of the door
At 5mm thick with a rounded edge and countersunk holes, it could blend in with the colour of the frame and is available in a choice of length, width and staple size
When fitting the Longer London Bars, a little of the top or the bottom of the bar will probably need to be removed when fitting - by cutting with a hacksaw
Very carefully check that the London Bar has the appropriate staple size that you need to fit over the staple/keep of the nightlatch or rim lock
The lock staple (also known as the keep) is the part that is fitted to the door frame. The surface mounted lock latches into this - when the door is closed
Universal Staple - up to 30 x 97mm. This is a large size staple that can be slightly reduced from 97mm - to fit a smaller rim lock staple of 70mm or less
Standard Staple - 30 x 70mm. To fit over a Yale 77 and other similar sized nightlatch staples
Large Staple - 30 x 97mm. To fit over the Yale No. 1 and other similar sized rim locks staples
Extra Large Staple - 40 x 105mm. To fit over the ERA 1930, Yale PBS1, Banham L2000, Ingersoll SC100 and other similar sized rim lock staples
Ingersoll Staple - a 'handed' 30 x 70 modified standard staple London Bar. The modification allows its use with a left or right handed Ingersoll SC71 lock.
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