Window Locks Keep Windows and Door Openings Lim ited forSafety and Air
Bulk pack of 48 Window Warden™ window locks. Window lock , when properly installed, lets a window open a maximum height or width of 4 inches. For home or business s ecurity or child safety, install Cardinal Gates W indow Warden™ window locks . Less expensive than window guards, each Window Warden provides safety for children and adults who need supervision. Note: Check with local housing codes before installation. Some codes do not allow installation of window locks on sleeping room windows.
NOTE: Window Warden™ works on most double hung windows, single hung windows (only bottom pane moves up and down), sliding windows and sliding doors. Use one Window Warden™ per window. NOT intended for casement, awning, or hopper-type windows. On those windows, use metal window guards.
One metal mounting bracket 2 7/8 inches long with two 1/2 inch key hole openings plus two openings for mounting screws (included)
One Window Warden Unit (plastic) 2 inches long, 7/8 inches wide and 5/16 inches thick. This mounts onto the bracket using two plastic tabs
that fit onto the mount using "keyhole" openings on the bracket
One round stop button for use if unit is mounted onto the window frame. (not required if mounted within the window sliding track.
To lock the Window Warden, push in the side button lock pin or slide the stop button on the top of the unit. To release, move the mechanism on the top of the unit away from the window glass.
General Installation Instructions (See PDF for complete instructions and diagrams):
One unit per window: mount the left or right side of the window opening.
For most window installations , you may discard the Stop Button (C) and mount your WINDOW WARDEN™ Window Guard inside the window track to align with the lower window frame.
For other installations use the Stop Button (C) secured to the upper edge of the lower window frame with supplied screw (D) and mount your WINDOW WARDEN™ Window Guard on the window casement to align with the Stop Button.
Opening must be just under 4 inches to prohibit the free passage of a 4-in (102-mm) rigid sphere through the
window opening for 2009 International Residential Code, Section R612 compliant. Always check your local building codes.
Remember: there is no substitute for adult supervision of children and impaired adults.