Axim Architectural Hardware is celebrating 30 years since it was first established in 1987 at Godstone, Surrey.
Part of The Parkside Group Ltd (TPG), Axim designs and supplies transom closers, panic exit devices, electric strikes, deadlatches, surface mounted door closers, floor springs, flush bolts, letter plates, locks and handles through a Pan-European distributor supply chain.
The company supplies most major European aluminium systems houses with its product solutions. Its products are available ex-stock from its head office in Surrey, to meet just-in-time production schedules, and has a network of key distributors who can cater for installation, maintenance and over the counter trade customers.
Many of Axim’s key customers have congratulated them on reaching the 30 year milestone:
“Happy 30th Birthday – what a great milestone. I am proud to say that I have known and used Axim as my supplier for door hardware for what is now in excess of 25 Years. I have always, without exception received a good and reliable service with timing and quality meeting my expectations. I would not hesitate to recommend the Axim product range to anyone in the industry.” – Mike Yerrell (Director), Aluminium & Glass Facades Ltd.
Axim provides a single source, branded solution for door hardware solutions for commercial aluminium door sets. The company offers a single point of contact for all guarantees and test certificates, in addition to installation and maintenance for all its door hardware.
Axim recently launched the ES-2100 Electric Strike (pictured right) and LK-2100 Reversible Handed Deadlatch product ranges, offering a reduction in installation time and maintenance, ensuring a reduction in costs for fabricators and installers.
Axim is a member of The Council for Aluminium in Building and The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers. Membership and association with these bodies provides reassurance that all Axim products conform to latest building regulations and trade association guidelines.
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