New Tennos Lever Handle

Monday, 1 March 2021

Looking for a new door handle that is ergonomic and stylish in design, competitively priced and available with next day delivery we have just the thing…

Introducing the New Tennos Lever Handle

The Tennos lever handle has been designed with comfort in mind fitting the curve of the user’s hand when operating and having a flat front. Giving an ergonomic function and stylish design finish to the handle in the shape of a ‘D’

The Tennos Lever handle set is available as a pair ideal for installations on timber doors, with a push on rose concealing fixtures and fixings for a sleek finish in satin stainless steel.

While also being competitively priced with next day delivery available from Welling.

Product Code: 370.4252.01 Pair - £25.00  

            

This stylish ‘D’ shaped design has proved popular and is also available as D-Section Guardsman Style Pull Handle for both bolt through and back-to-back fixings. These pull handles can be used in a variety of settings including timber doors for bolt through fixings or aluminum and glass doors up to 54mm thick when installed with the back-to-back handles.

View Range Here!

If you have a question, please speak with a member of our team today.

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Friday, 4 June 2021
How to measure a Cylinder Lock

Finding the Right Size Cylinder
You don’t need any special tricks or tools to accurately measure a cylinder size, you can do this simply with a metric ruler by taking the existing cylinder out of the door and measuring, this only takes a few moments and gives the most accurate measurement. Some are known to use there expert eye and measuring from the outside face of one backplate to the other but it is not something we would recommend for an accurate measurement.

Measuring from Existing Cylinder
Before you remove the cylinder for an accurate measurement, double check that the existing cylinder does not stick out significantly from the handle backplate. Ideally, it should sit flush or just slightly protruding, ideally no more than 5mm.

Many cylinders are held in place by a Fixing Bolt that is screwed from the door edge through a threaded hole on the side of the cylinder under the cam. 

Friday, 23 April 2021
Bold as BRASS

Introducing you to Brass finished door hardware, as it makes a statement within the interior industry it is ideal for both traditional and modern environments. Over recent years door hardware has developed from contemporary stainless steel through to a modern black finish, but now brass is here, and it is ready to stand out. 

Brass can give a range of finishes from satin to polished and antique to matt giving warmer tones and an added touch of elegance. Interior designers have been featuring brass in kitchens and bathrooms for the last few years, but we have seen an increase in the need for brass toned products over recent months not just for the home but in commercial installations. 

 

Wednesday, 6 January 2021
New Catalogue

Introducing the NEW Welling Catalogue!

As we start the new year, Welling are pleased in introduce a new catalogue.
Filled with products from top brands including Dorma, Rutland, Zoo Hardware, G Fittings and Carlisle Brass to name a few.

Created for you our customer, with easy to find product ranges, colour coordinated sections and technical information. Starting with designer timber door hardware through to glass door closers and sliding door kits. Including a range of technical information highlighting key areas along with the importance of intumescent product fittings when installing fire doors. Pushing forward in both design and function.

Wednesday, 18 November 2020
Changes to CE Marked goods in the UKů

Change is happening… as the UK leaves the EU at the end of the year our CE marked goods will be changing to UKCA marking from the 1st January 2021. 

What this means to you?

Products that previously required the CE Marking will now require the UKAC (UK Conformity Assessed) marking, during this transition you may find products still CE marked of which you can continue to use however some products purchased after the 1st January may be marked UKAC, but some products may have both marks as warehouses and business adjust to the new requirements. 

Welling Architectural Ironmongery Ltd
Welling Architectural Ironmongery
 

Glass and Timber Door Ironmongery Specialists

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