Tubular Latch: A cylindrical door latch that is installed into the edge of the door and is operated by a knob or lever via the spindle. Learn about hardware >
Door Set Functions and Backset Options
Passage - 2 3/8 and Passage - 2 3/4
Latch only - The knobs or levers turn and operate a latch but there is no locking ability. Passage sets are used on interior doors that don't need to lock, or doors with a separate deadbolt. These are the most common door set type used on bedrooms, closets, hall doors and others.
Privacy - 2 3/8 and Privacy - 2 3/4
Latch and lock - This set has a privacy pin next to the inside knob or lever which is pushed in to lock. The door is unlocked by turning the knob or lever on the inside or from the outside by pushing a small screwdriver through the emergency release hole. Typically found on bedroom or bathroom doors.
No latch - There are knobs or levers on both sides of the door which do not turn. To keep the door closed a separate latch must be used such as a ball catch. Double dummy sets are typically used on the passive door of a set of double doors and closet or pantry doors where a knob on both sides is desired.
No latch - There is a knob or lever on one side of the door only. The knob does not turn and the door does not latch when closed. To keep the door closed a separate latch must be used such as a ball catch. Single dummy sets are typically used on closet or pantry doors where a knob on one side is desired.
Handing for door sets is determined by standing on the outside facing the door. If the hinges are on the left hand side, you need a left handed door set. If the hinges are on the right hand side, you need a right handed door set.