The Yale shootbolt is a popular high security locking system, suited to PVCu, aluminium and timber outward opening casement windows.. The shootbolt is of traditional 3 component design, incorporating a lock case and 2 shootbolt extensions. The product is stamped with Yale’s well-known branding, reassuring homeowners that they are protected against forced entry and unwanted intruders.
The Yale shootbolt adheres to the BBA certification requirements and is also compliant with the PAS24 standard. Yale shootbolts have a very wide size application range. They can be fitted to windows varying in sash sizes from 326mm through to 1520mm, depending on which variant the manufacturer chooses.
VBH supplies the Yale shootbolt locking system to window manufacturers across the country. It is one of a number of locking systems approved for use on Q-secure windows. The shootbolt is a versatile product for manufacturers as it comes in croppable and non-crop options. It works well on PVCu, timber and aluminium casement windows. Along with greenteQ, Maco and Roto, Yale is a leading brand when it comes to outward opening window hardware.
If the window is successfully broken into as a result of the hardware failing, VBH will pay out up to £8000. Q-secure is more than just a window hardware guarantee.
Q-secure will cover a complete window lock if it is geared using Q-secure tested and approved hardware. If the window is successfully broken into as a result of the hardware failing, VBH will pay out up to £8000.
Our Q-secure guarantee covers a wide range of window handles as part of our hardware guarantee. Q-secure is more than just a hardware guarantee.