Now available – a new heavy duty friction hinge for sash weights up to 50kg and widths of up to 1M!
For many years, our staple Stainless Steel and Aluminium finishes have fitted the bill, but now we have more choice for you…
A popular finish at the moment is Matt Black! Depending on what items it’s applied to, this finish can be used in ultra-modern environments or in more traditional surroundings. Virtually any of our products can be supplied in black and many stainless steel handles look sleek and cutting-edge with a Matt Black coating! Why not get in touch about your project? firstname.lastname@example.org Note extended lead times for this finish, and minimum order may apply!
We’re all familiar with the regular finishes – Stainless Steel in Satin or Polished, and the ever faithful Satin Chrome, Polished Chrome and Polished Brass. But how about some of these special finishes that really set your project apart? Aged Bronze effect sets out to recreate that tarnished worn appearance of old bronze hardware, and does so in style! This finish is available on a wide range of furniture – get in touch for more details. email@example.com Note extended lead times for this finish, and minimum order may apply!
The Function Pro, or FP, range is our top level collection of commercial ironmongery. Suitable for all types of prestigious projects, the designs are simple and smooth. Lever handles are all formed from solid Marine Grade Stainless Steel, with high quality bolt through fixings and Heso spindles. Whilst the standard finish is Satin Stainless Steel, there is a wide range of other finishes available, including Antique Brass, Copper Effect, Aged Bronze, Matt Black etc. Our range of complementary accessories are also available to match. Click below to download the catalogue; FP Brochure You may also wish to browse our Function catalogue which contains our standard commercial collections; Armada Function
This neat glass patch closer is fast becoming a very popular product!
Armada Box Sets are part of our ongoing focus on Making Ironmongery Simple… but what are they?