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Titon Introduces Pioneering New Genesis Locking Handle To Hardware Range - April 2012

Titon has extended its hardware range with the introduction of the innovative new Genesis locking handle and gear box – an attractive and practical option for specifiers and fabricators, for use on sliding folding doors (bi-fold doors). Designed to drive a bi-directional lock on the folds without the risk of key-scratching of profiles, Genesis is an effective and functional feature, styled to complement aluminium, timber and PVC door frames.

The compact Genesis locking handle has no visible screws in the closed or open positions in order to maintain a robust yet smooth finished look - while the incorporation of an integral side-entry lock mechanism is intended to avoid any damage to the door profiles caused by keys protruding from lock cylinders. It is available in a range of colours and finishes, including; white, black, gold, satin chrome, polished chrome and stainless steel. For ease of installation, the handle comes complete with fixing screws and spindle. To complement the Genesis handle, Titon is also offering an easy to fit bi-parting gearbox, rods and end pieces.

Julian Wiseman, Sales Director (Aluminium) said: “We are delighted to introduce Genesis, Titon’s innovative extension to our door locks and handles hardware range, combining top quality manufacturing with versatility. We are confident specifiers and fabricators will find Genesis an attractive looking and cost effective option. In addition our knowledgeable and experienced team will be available to answer any questions, offer advice and provide further information as required.”

For the main swing door, Titon has a large range of high-quality stainless steel multi-point locks. All feature dead bolts as standard and in addition, security can be enhanced by finger and hook bolts. There is also a range of handles for aluminium, timber or PVCu doors. Many configurations are available. Please call: 01206 713800 for technical advice on specific application issues.