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STS 422FF Face-Fix Auto Drop-Seal

STS 422FF Face-Fix Auto Drop-Seal

Regular price €17,95 EUR
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The STS 422FF face-fix, drop-seal provides an elegant solution to retro-sealing at the threshold area of your door.

This versatile, stylish product significantly reduces the effect of fire, smoke, sound, draught, dust and infestation at the door threshold. It is easy to fit, is fully adjustable, can be cut-to-size and has a maximum drop of 14mm.

Cover and Carrier: Aluminium (T60/60 grade)
Seal: Neoprene/Butyl
Mechanism: Steel/Nylon

1330mm, 1130mm, 930mm, 730mm, 530mm

All stock sizes can be trimmed by up to 200mm

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Ultion Sweet 2* handle

Looks Sweet for years.

Available in 92mm lever lever and
92/62mm Lever/Pad.

Finding the right handle is easy.

From the centre of the lock mechanism add approx 8mm onto the inside measurement and 13mm onto the outside.

Not sure dont be afraid to ask.

Sweet handles are perfect for adding that extra security.

25% denser than iron.
The seamless curves that house the molybdenum cylinder shield aren’t just for show — they also provide supreme protection against both drilling and the most common form of attack: lock-snapping. The handle can’t be ripped from the door to expose the lock because grip tools just slide off the curve.

Deep protection.
The fully-reinforced Ultion handle won’t be crushed by mole grips, and the fixings thread perfectly through the hardened steel bosses to stop twisting. Within the hardened steel shroud, the Ultion lock piles on more lock-snapping protection with sacrificial elements and a molybdenum core.

Strong. Beautiful. Colourful.
The Ultion 2 star handle is available in anthracite, white, gold, black, chrome, and rose gold. Take your pick.weet carries multiple coatings of brass and nickel, ensuring it always looks great, even after being hammered with salt water for over 8000 hours. That’s an incredible 30x more time than required for the flagship EN 1906:2012 corrosion standard.