Working in conjunction with Ultrafabrics, Allgood has launched a selection of grip options for its Sembla range of lever and pull handles.
Available in a variety of colours and textures, Ultrafabrics will enable architects and interior designers to enjoy a higher level of customisation when specifying levers, pull handles, and other ironmongery products from Allgood.
The company’s Sembla range consists of a central node, grip and tip that can be modified to suit individual design or project requirements.
Ultrafabrics enhances the flexibility of the range’s offering, providing over 300 coloured and textured grip options for customers to choose from.
Options range from traditional shades, such as black, brown and beige, in synthetic leather, to modern textures in vibrant reds and cool blues.
Frequently specified for use within the automotive and hospitality sectors, the Ultrafabrics range has been designed to provide reliable performance in demanding situations.
Allgood is the first ironmongery manufacturer to feature Ultrafabrics. Its Sembla range is manufactured at its Birmingham-based factory, precision engineered from grade 316 stainless steel.
Certified to BS EN1906 grade 4 category of use, the range is suitable for installation in demanding commercial environments.
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