Allgood‘s extension of its ANSI product offering ensures its high performance door hardware products are manufactured in accordance with strict American national standards.
With architects and designers offered a fully coordinated ironmongery and door hardware solution, the new ANSI product range provides a durable and supreme quality answer for commercial, healthcare, hospitality, infrastructure and leisure applications.
The Allgood ANSI range incorporates the necessary UL Listed products for fire rated assemblies, ensuring every product is resistant to the spread of fire and smoke within a building, and from one building to another.
As well as all this, the extensive ANSI also provides a full door hardware solution, available in fully coordinated high quality finishes.
This applies to the company’s door hardware ranges, such as Modric, Sembla and Contego.
The Modric lever handle range offers a timeless classic design available in satin stainless steel, polished stainless steel and bronze finishes.
Sembla offers a bespoke and unique solution, with a combined selection of lever and pull handles – consisting of a central node, grip and tip, that have the capability to be customised to suit individual design requirements.
The Allgood Contego range offers complete design flexibility and is ideal for healthcare and hospital applications, whereby reducing the spread of bacteria is vital, whilst maintaining a consistent stainless steel appearance.
Neil Holmes, Allgood Export Director, commented: “Ensuring architects can specify products with confidence, our extensive ANSI range offers enhanced design options and a high quality ironmongery solution for all applications.”
The new wall chart from Allgood has all the information on this product range and can be downloaded here: www.allgood.co.uk
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