A Contemporary Door Handle From Dynamic Hardware

by | May 21, 2024 | Hardware

Dynamic Hardware has launched a range of contemporary Pull Bar handles.

The Dynamic pull bar handles are part of the company’s premium stainless steel door hardware collection and, according to Dynamic Hardware, deliver the perfect fusion of sleek, contemporary handle design and superior product performance.  They are available in a choice of style options, including round or rectangular designs to complement modern entrance doors.

Speaking on the introduction, Tony Chadwick, CEO at Dynamic Hardware, said: “Sleek door designs are a clear trend at the moment. Our Pull Bar handles offer the contemporary styling that elevates the aesthetics of modern doors whilst delivering reliable handle performance.”

Suitable for use on PVC-U, timber and composite doors, the Dynamic pull bar handles are manufactured from premium 316 Stainless Steel offering superb resistance to corrosion. The handles have been corrosion tested to 1000+ hours and come with a 20 year anti-corrosion guarantee and 10 year mechanical guarantee, offering optimum levels of performance and reliability.

The Dynamic pull bars are available in a brushed stainless steel finish in addition to matt black and gold. There is also a choice of inline and offset (cranked) variations. Bolt through or back-to-back fixing options are available to suit the door application, with all fixing screws supplied in addition to a clear cover washer to protect the door surface.

Like all Dynamic Hardware products, the pull bar handles are manufactured in Dynamic Hardware’s 50,000 sqm manufacturing facility in South East Asia and despatched from its headquarters and distribution centre in Walsall in the West Midlands.

The Dynamic pull bar handles are part of a wider collection of premium stainless steel door furniture which includes door handles, letterplates, door knockers, numerals and letters, spyhole viewers, cylinder pulls and door restrictors for a seamless design solution.

Tony concludes: “Hardware plays a crucial role in the aesthetics of any installation. For contemporary door designs, our pull bar handles provide the perfect finishing touch. They are an ideal addition to any contemporary door portfolio.”


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