With its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, Yale, a part of ASSA ABLOY Group, offers high-quality door hardware widely used for commercial and industrial applications. Read More




About YALE

The Yale Locks catalogue comprises door lever locksets, mortise locksets, keyless access control locks, deadbolt locks, door knob locksets, rim locks and auxiliary locks. These products are manufactured in compliance with the ANSI and UL quality standards. Yale deadbolt locks are suitable for front doors having keyed knobs and lever handles and are available in steel and brass variants having satin chrome finish.

Things To Consider

Cross-Reference Alternatives

Some Yale locks cross individual references to the equivalent Alarm Lock model numbers. So, if you're looking for a competitor item that is either out of stock or obsolete, chances are Raptor Supplies has the equivalent Yale locks available.


These Yale locks are generally small in size and require compact packaging. These Yale locks are suitable for courier shipment and not air freight.

Major Trade Names

Double Euro Profile Cylinders 1000 Series

These cylindrical form locks are used in entrances and bedrooms. They feature anti-drilling and anti picking properties and comply with EN 1303:2005 standard, providing resistance to physical attack, ...Read more 

Double Euro Profile Cylinders 210 Series

These cylindrical form locks are used in entrances, bedrooms and toilet cylinders and are supplied with 3 keys. They are constructed of brass and are usually available in satin nickel and polished bra...Read more 

YALE Competitive Advantages

Rack & Pinion Technology

This technology is used on Yale doors closer ranges. When a door arm is pulled, a pinion rotates and engages its teeth with the rack's teeth in a piston. This drives the piston down the cylindrical bore and compresses its spring lying inside. The energy stored during the opening of the door is released by the spring when the door is left / let go to close the door. The speed of the door and latching can be controlled by the hydraulic fluid valves available.

Frequently Asked Questions

Which company owns Yale locks?

Linus Yale Jr., one of the oldest lock manufacturers and designers, founded Yale having Assa Abloy as its parent company.

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