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Exterior Door Hardware Quiz (Continuing Education)

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Exterior Door Hardware Quiz

1. 
What is the term used to identify knob type locksets?
  1. Cylindrical lockset
  2. Hinged lockset
  3. Knob lockset
  4. Lever lockset
2. 
This type of handle is used where the handles are more likely to be used by a person with a disability.
  1. Lever
  2. Knob
  3. Cylindrical
  4. Accessible
3. 
Why are deadbolts used in a residential or commercial building?



4. 
This type of lockset is used where higher traffic is anticipated and requires a larger opening to be routered out of the door. Although still used today, they are more prevalent in older homes
  1. Mortise
  2. Levered
  3. Cylyndrical
  4. Deadbolt
5. 
Locksets of different types often come with a paper template which shows where holes need to be drilled for the proper installation of the lockset.
  1. True
  2. False
6. 
The distance between the edge of the door and the center of the lockset is called the                ?
  1. mortise set
  2. lock distance
  3. backset
  4. guide
7. 
What type of jig is used to ensure accuracy when drilling out for the lockset hole on a door?
  1. Boring jig
  2. Lockset jig
  3. Drill jig
  4. Power jig
8. 
What is the name of the metal plate that is installed on the door jamb so that the door latches tightly when it is closed?
  1. Lock
  2. Mortise
  3. Striker
  4. Door
9. 
What is the name of the decorative plate that is installed between the lock and the door? They come in multiple sizes and styles.
  1. Decorative
  2. Bullet
  3. Escutcheons
  4. Trim
10. 
These are installed in a door when the occupant wants to see who is on the other side of the door without having to open it?
  1. Door lock
  2. Peep hole
  3. Latch site
  4. Eye hole
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