Door handle set, brass, Jatec, Escalier R 900/993

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  • Ultra Finish

    Bei diesem Veredelungsverfahren, exklusiv von Jado, können Oberflächen extrem belastbar gemacht werden. In einem physikalischen Prozess wird in einer Vakuumkammer eine (Hartstoff-)Beschichtung aufgedampft.

    Damit erhalten Sie hoch veredelte Produkte, die sich im Alltags-gebrauch auch gegen widrigste Bedingungen durchsetzen:

    • überdurchschnittlich abriebfest
    • hohe Kratzbelastbarkeit
    • extrem korrosionsbeständig
    • resistent gegen Farbveränderungen
    • widerstandsfähig gegen aggressive Reinigungsmittel
  • Door direction – left or right

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    The door direction (left/right) according to DIN 107 is determined as follows:

    • Visible position of the door hinges on the left:(DIN) left
    • Visible position of the door hinges on the right:(DIN) right
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Lever handle direction

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    When selecting alternate sets with asymmetrical handles a distinction to the right/left is required. The particular door direction must be observed.

    Examples of asymmetrical lever handles

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Examples of symmetrical lever handles

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Opening direction

  • Classification of lever handles in compliance with EN 1906:2002 and EN 1906:2010

    Lever handles are divided into four categories of use in these standards.

    The requirements are classified using an eight-position designation system.

    The products are classified in accordance with the 2002 and 2010 keys.

    Deviating definitions can be identified by the issue date.

     
     
     

    8-position classification key in accordance with EN 1906:2002 and EN 1906:2010

    Position

    EN 1906:2002

    1 Category of use

    2 Durability

    3 Doorweight

    4 Fire resistance*

    5 Safety

    6 Corrosionresistance

    7 Forced entry resistance

    8 Version

    EN 1906:2010

    1 Category of use

    2 Durability

    7 Burglar protection

     
     
     

    Meaning of individual positions in classification key:

    Classification key

    Possible grades

    Meaning

    From page

    1 Category of use (2002)

    1 Category of use (2010)

    1 – 4

    1 =

    moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take the utmost care and are unlikely to use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. interior doors in residential buildings

    2 =

    moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take (2002: "the utmost") care but may possibly use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. interior doors in office buildings

    1.15

    3 =

    frequent use by the public or other persons who are not inclined to take care and are extremely likely to use the fittings incorrectly, e.g. doors in office buildings with public access)

    1.33

    4 =

    for use on doors that are frequently subjected to applied force or property damage, e.g. football stadiums, oil rigs, in military bases or public toilets

    1.253

    2 Durability (2002)

    2 Durability (2010)

    6 – 7

    6 =

    moderate usage frequency: 100,000 test cycles

    1.15

    7 =

    frequent use: 200,000 test cycles

    1.33

    3 Door weight

    No classification

    4 Fire resistance* (2002)

    0 – 1

    0 =

    not permitted for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    1 =

    suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    4 Fire resistance* (2010)

    0, A – C

    0 =

    no classification

    1.15

    A =

    suitable for use on smoke control doors

    B =

    suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    C =

    suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with lever handle core requirements

    5 Safety

    0 – 1

    0 =

    for normal purposes

    1.15

    1 =

    in the event of safety applications

    1.81

    6 Corrosion resistance

    0 – 5

    0 =

    no defined corrosion resistance (2002), no classification (2010)

    1.253

    1 =

    low corrosion resistance

    2 =

    average corrosion resistance (2002), moderate corrosion resistance (2010)

    3 =

    high corrosion resistance

    1.15

    4 =

    extremely high corrosion resistance

    1.81

    5 =

    extraordinarily high corrosion resistance (2002), extremely high corrosion resistance (2010)

    7 Forced entry resistance (2002)

    7 Burglarprotection(2010)

    0 – 4

    0 =

    fittings that are not suitable for use on burglar-proof doors (2002), no classification (2010)

    1.15

    1 =

    low forced entry resistance

    2 =

    moderate forced entry resistance

    3 =

    high forced entry resistance

    4 =

    extremely high forced entry resistance

    8 Version

    A, B or U

    Type A =

    spring-assisted fittings

    1.253

    Type B =

    fittings with sets with spring tension (2002), spring-assisted fittings (2010)

    1.15

    Type U =

    fittings without sets with spring tension (2002), unsprung fittings (2010)

    1.81

    * The proven fire resistant characteristics can be found in the relevant report.

    Example (see page BB 1.15, lever handle "Sandra"):

    Class:

    2

    6

    0

    0

    3

    0

    B

    Category of use(grade 2 = moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take care but may possibly use the fittings incorrectly,e.g. interior doors in office buildings)

    Durability(grade 6 = moderate usage frequency: 100,000 test cycles)

    Door weight(no classification)

    Fire resistance(grade 0 = no classification)

    Safety(grade 0 = for normal purposes)

    Corrosion resistance(grade 3 = high corrosion resistance)

    Forced entry resistance(grade 0 = no classification)

    Version(type B = spring-assisted fitting)

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    Product details

    Door thickness

    38–45 mm

    Area of application

    For residential areas and projects

    Material

    Brass

    Finish

    Antique nickel

    Bearing

    Ja-Tec substructure with pivot-fitted lever handle guide, sprung, lever handle quick fixing with locking slide

    Standard

    Certified in compliance with EN 1906:2010

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    4

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    Available also as window handle on request.

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