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Eurospec Pull Handles Back-to-Back Fitting Instructions

Many of the Eurospec Pull Handles are suitable to be fitted as a back-to-back pair so that the same handle is on each side of the door.  To create the correct fixing for the handles the Eurospec Back-to-back Fixing Kit is required and provides a secure and invisible fixing that gives a professional look and finish to the door. 

eurospec pull handle back to back fitting instructions

 

  • Suitable for timber and glass doors from 12 to 55mm.
  • Converts 2 bolt fix pull handles into pairs.
  • More secure fixings.
  • Suitable for Eurospec and Steelworx handles and other non brand related handles.

 

 Here we list the fitting instructions for how to use the back-to-back fixing kit correctly;

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Have you removed your old door handles or door knobs, only to find a huge 54mm bore-hole through the door?

You have what is called a 'Weiser' latch and door knob set. 

It can be a very hard to find replacement sets for these old, invasive latch mechanisms. Do not worry. More Handles now carries a full range of replacement door knobs and lever handles to counter this problem. 

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ Technical Guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items! 

The Spindle is an integral, if often overlooked, item in architectural ironmongery. Used on every operating set of Door Handles or Door Knobs, the spindle lives inside a door, out of sight, so is only seen when adjusting or replacing the door furniture. 

Let's take a look at some of the most common types of door spindle you will encounter during your DIY project

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ Technical Guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we're looking at Keyhole Escutcheons. What is a Keyhole Escutcheon? Let's take a look, and help you choose the right type for your project. 

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Brass and Copper Door Handles - An old/new solution for battling germs and bacteria?

Exploring the antimicrobial and healing properties of these two age-old materials. Is there any truth to claims that these two metals can combat cold, flu, and even hospital superbug viruses?

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ Technical Guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we will be looking at Tubular Latches. The sheer range of sizes, styles, and quality-levels available can often be intimidating and confusing for would-be renovators and project managers. This handy guide aims to clearly explain the differences between each tubular latch, and what scenario the latch should be used in.

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Architectural Ironmongery can be a confusing place - More Handles ‘How To’ guides series aims to explain common industry jargon and help you choose the right items for your project! 

Today we are looking at the architectural ironmongery term 'Follower' and where you would find one, and some important differences to be aware of. 

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