Products: Door & Window Hardware

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    Door & Window Hardware
    Faux bronze is a new color from Truth Hardware serving as an economic alternative to traditional oil-rubbed bronze plating. It is a “non-living” painted finish, and so will not rub off or wear. The finish can be applied to both zinc and plastic parts. It is available for both window and door hardware products. more »
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    Door & Window Hardware
    Among its solutions for casement window hardware, Giesse offers one-way locking, cremone handles, which all move in one direction. Aesthetic options include two lines, Unica and Cover, the latter providing Italian-inspired beauty with substantial flexibility, the company reports. more »
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    Door & Window Hardware
    The Bumpstop lock employs an innovative design that utilizes a unique reverse rake tapered driver pin, high performance springs and tightly machined cylinder chambers. The lock is designed to resist “lock bumping,” a method of manipulating an in-line pin tumbler cylinder to open that is being used increasingly, according to the supplier. During a bump attempt, this solution prevents... more »
  • Door & Window Hardware
    Block and tackle balance systems have been added to Vision Industries line of window and door hardware. The balances offer “plug and play” installation, the company notes, and can be supplied with a variety of unique components, including locking shoes and drop-in bars. more »
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    Door & Window Hardware
    The Titan sliding patio door locking system from Roto Frank of America Inc. is available in two-, four- and six-point lock assemblies and meets AAMA specifications. The hardware features an ergonomically designed interior handleset, a mounting base, a latch lever and an exterior pull. All lock assemblies have a mishandling device to prevent damage to the locking hooks when closing the door. In... more »
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    Door & Window Hardware
    A new line of hardware from Amesbury Locca provides entry doors to be unlocked by wireless remote control. Intended for use in single-family homes, apartments, assisted living or retirement communities, and especially helpful for disability or wheelchair access, the system features an electric strike in the door frame that allows homeowners to gain entry by pressing their remote and pushing the... more »