Automatic mechanical
multi-point locks

Increased locking convenience with the AS 3600: Effective, safe, convenient.

The AS 3600 automatic lock combines security with ease of use. The principle is just as simple as it is effective and ensures that front doors in apartment buildings can be locked and unlocked simply and reliably. As soon as both automatic falling bolts are activated in the auxiliary lock cases by the mechanical trigger, they initiate the closing process and disengage at 20 mm. At the same time, two hook bolts grip the frame parts — four times the security. The positive side effect here is that the locking elements protect the door against warping.

All benefits at a glance

  • Automatic triggering from an automatic falling bolt
  • A high level of security from the combination of solid automatic falling bolts and hook bolts
  • Burglar resistance up to RC2 as per DIN EN 1627-1630
  • No locking problems from warped doors thanks to bottom-up locking mechanisms
  • Main lock latch and automatic falling bolt with maintenance-free, PVC-sheathed soft lock latch - pleasant locking sound
  • Faceplate surface standard galvanised, RAL 9007 or RAL 9016 plastic coated or matt brushed stainless steel
  • Available for door heights between 1600 and 2400 mm
  • Use in conjunction with KFV standard frame parts with Q adjustment

Multipoint locked from simply pulling the door shut: AS 3600 automatic locking mechanism.

Additional information

The various options

The AS 3600 multi-point lock has many functions and a modular design. The following options can be retrofitted:

Mechanical locking, electromechanical release  

Door arrester:
The safety catch in the rebate avoids damage to the element. Attractive look from concealed installation. The backset of the safety lock is similar to the backset of the multi-point lock, which means that the lever handle and turn button are on a single optical axis.  

T3 (operation from the inside) retrofittable
T4 (operation from inside and outside) preassembled ex works  

Daytime release:
in preparation