Lockset Handing Many lockset levers are handed. Handing is a term used to indicate how a door swings and it is necessary to choose the right lever for your door. When standing on the outside of the door, look at where the hinges are. • If the hinges are on the left, you have a left handed door. You will need a left handed (LH) lock. • If the hinges are on the right, you have a right handed door. You will need a right handed (RH) lock.
JH58 The JH58 is an exterior facing handle set. It has locking capabilities, however, it does not include an interior lever or knob set. Therefore, it is used in conjunction with the JH59. A JH58 includes the outside grip and deadbolt trim.
BARCELONA (shown in US15) Available in: US3, US15
PARIS (shown in US15) Available in: US3, US15
JH59 The JH59 is an interior facing deadbolt and knob/lever. It does not include any locking capabilities for the exterior. Therefore, it is used in conjunction with the JH58. The handing of the lockset is always viewed from the exterior of the door. The JH59 includes the inside knob or lever, inside deadbolt trim, deadbolt, latch, screws, and strikes.
TORINO (shown in US15) Available in: US15
LASALLE (shown in US15) Available in: US3, US15
CORONA (shown in US3) Available in: US3
BYRON (shown in US3) Available in: US3
J-Series Available Finishes Schlage’s hardware finishes are designed to complement the fixtures and style in a home.