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HARDWARE DEBAR


ANSWERS REQUEST


Debar have answered the request from UPVC bifold door manufacturers to manufacture a handle and lock that can fit standard euro groove profiles. Tis has been achieved with the introduction of new shootbolt guides, cones and strike plates. Tis now gives the same handle and locking options as Aluminium bifolding doors.


Europrofile cylinder locking is available on any configuration of door i.e opening inwards or outwards. Interior handles available with or without half cylinder and available both inside and out with full cylinder. Tis makes them ideal for bifolds with no swing door.


Te handles are strong enough to pull the doors in without the need of a dedicated pull handle.


Shootbolts are 8mm steel rods complete with high density plastic cones. Te guides for the cones are shaped to the Eurogroove profile.


Tere are six finish options to choose from. Customers using the fold & Slide tracks combined with their UPVC


profiles can also benefit from new unique shootbolt guides & cones. Te guides & cones adjust to allow for the difference in gap, top and bottom, thus ensuring a strong, well sealed door which is easy to operate.


Technical details showing the fit to Eurogroove profiles e.g: Spectus,


Veka, Eurocell, Rehau, Synseal, Deceuninck can be made available by contacting our sales department.


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