A friend purchased this commercial stove from The Loading Dock, I think. Since she has decided to rearrange her kitchen design, she can no longer use it...so I am buying it thirdhand from her.
"Rim locks" are mounted on the rim of the door as opposed to mortised into the wood of the door.
This rim lock was salvaged (by me, with permission from the owner) from a house before it was torn down. I took it apart, cleaned the guts, and lubricated the internal bits so it works smoothly. I have several other rim locks that will be used on interior doors of the house. I don't know if it's accurate, but I often refer to these as 'box locks.'
Remember: when salvaging things like this, make sure to get the catch with the lock (the catch is the metal bit that goes on the jamb and 'catches' the latch/striker).
Roofing material of the gods...if gods had roofs.