Grade 1, Maximum Mortise ML1300

ML1300 Series Grade-1 Maximum Mortise Locks are built to withstand high-traffic applications for extra strength security. With a variety of functions, trims and finishes, ML1300 lock is durable making it perfect use for schools, hotels, office buildings, retail stores and many other high traffic applications.
  • Performance

    Grade 1 heavy duty

    1,000,000 cycles

  • Compliance

    American Disabilities Act (ADA) ANSI A117.1

    Complies with ANSI A156.13, Series 100

  • Chassis


    Steel – coated with zinc dichromate (corrosion resistance)

    13 gauge cold rolled steel

  • Trim

    Escutcheon Lever

    Non-handed, field reversible

    Solid forged brass

  • Latch

    2-3/4” Backset

    Latch 3/4” throw

    Deadbolt 1” stainless steel throw


  • Strike

    4-7/8” curved strike

    Optional straight lip (stainless steel)

  • Cylinder

    Schlage (SCC) - C keyway

    6-pin solid brass

    Keyed different (KD) 

  • Finishes

    US26D – Satin Chrome

  • Keys

    Two nickel silver per lock cylinder

  • Door Preparation

    Per function and template

  • Warranty

    Lifetime limited

  • Functions

    Entrance ML138104 

    Passage ML137501

    Privacy ML102534

    Storeroom ML138607

    Dormitory ML138113

  • Keying

    6-pin cylinders, can be pinned to 5-pin

  • Cylinder Options

    A (ARA), Corbin 59A1 (C059A1), Corbin 60 (C06), Corbin Russwin L4 (CL4), Options Kwikset (KW1), Russwin D1 (RD1), Sargent LA (SAL), Schlage E (SCE), Schlage F (SCF), Weiser E (WRE), Yale 8 (YA8), Yale GA (YGA) Other manufacturers including small format interchangeable cores - call for details

  • IC Keyway Cylinder

    Best A (BA), Best B (BB), Best C (BC), Best D (BD), Best E (BE), Best F (BF), Best G (BG), Best H (BH), Best J (BJ), Best K (BK), Best L (BL), Best M (BM), Best Q (BQ), Best U (BU), Black construction core (BLK), Less core (00), Not specified (XX)

  • Keying Options

    Grand Master Key (GMK), Construction Master Key (CMK), Master Key (MK), Keyed Different (KD), Keyed Alike (KA), 0-bitted (0BIT)