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AHCC47644 Forge

Forge Backplate Handle Privacy - Modular Chrome Finish

by Forge
£18.53£21.45
18.53
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Description

Product Description

    • The sprung handles have a lasting finish and are ideal for internal or external use
    • Drill Ø2mm pilot holes and reposition the handle before securing using the wood screws provided.
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    • Tighten the grubscrew on the underside with the hex key provided.


      Designed to be used with any tubular mortice latch, a privacy lock is built into the handle for use in WC's or Bathrooms where no mortice lock is fitted

    • Ensuring the handle is square, mark the screw hole positions with a bradawl.
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    • The exterior handle has a lock over-ride which can be opened with a coin or screwdriver.

      Chrome finish.

    • Place the spindle bar through an existing tubular latch or lock and position one handle over the spindle bar
    • If fitting Bathroom handles, now insert the bathroom spindle bar through the deadbolt hole of the lock from the outside of the door and place the thumbturn onto the spindle bar
    • The Forge range of Modular Handles incorporates a modern backplate style with a straight bar handle

    • They have been tested for corrosion resistance and cycle tested beyond 100,000 uses.

      Backplate Size: 184 x 40mm.

      Supplied with screws and fitting instructions.

      Fitting Instructions:
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  • HCODE

    AHCC47644

  • MPN

    FGEHPRIMODCH

  • MANUFACTURER

    Forge

  • EAN CODE

    5023969302157

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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