As the trend for steel in the home continues apace, SWF’s portfolio answers the demand from designers, manufacturers and consumers alike for more choice in door furniture. Complementary window furniture is also available to complete the harmonised look.
The SWF range comprises of three lever options, each available on an oblong or round rose backplate and matching Key or Euro Cylinder options also on oblong or round rose backplates.
Options do not end there; the stunning finishes on offer are Antique Black, Antique Brass, Brushed Brass, Dark Bronze, Gun Metal, Oil Rub Bronze, Satin Chrome, and matching RAL colours are available on request.
In each handle, four independent springs ensure correct horizontal position of the lever while an 8mm spindle, secured with a grub screw, clamps both handles together securely. Taylors spindles are also available to fix the handles in a horizontal or vertical position.
The handles can be used for a wide range of applications including multipoint locks, traditional external locks and internal latches allowing the door scheme to follow the same design and finish – inside and out.
As well as the handle and the escutcheons, SWF’s portfolio also includes stays, hinges, bolts, openers, safety and restrictors and concealed multipoint for a truly coordinated design scheme.
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