For modern properties, the Stonebridge range of Arundel handles offers a sleek and stylish design with a straight angular lever and a stepped round rose. The Stonebridge range of door lever handles are supplied in pairs with 25mm fixings and a solid steel spindle.
Locks & Latches
- For standard, non locking applications, this product should be installed with a tubular latch.
- For bathroom applications, this product should be installed with tubular latch, thumbturn set and tubular deadbolt.
- For standard locking applications, this product should be installed with a tubular latch, key deadlock and keyed escutcheon.
- For euro locking applications, this product should be installed with a tubular latch, euro deadlock, euro escutcheon and euro cylinder.
Our range of tubular latches are available in four sizes. The lock size is the overall length of the lock body and the backset is the distance from the edge of the door to centre of the spindle. We recommend fitting the TL3 with unsprung lever handles. The TL1, TL2 and TL4 are suitable for use with sprung lever handles.
The Stonebridge Flat Black range has been finished using our unique ARMOR-COAT® process which is highly UV rated and resistant to protect from fading in sunlight. With a 30% sheen, the Stonebridge Flat Black range is the perfect way to bring a modern, urban twist to traditional properties.
Durable & Robust
Manufactured from forged steel, the Stonebridge ironmongery range is extremely robust and durable even in the harshest environments. All Stonebridge products are extremely corrosion resistant and have achieved BS EN 1670:2007 Grade 5 in independent salt spray testing – making all products suitable for external and coastal applications. All Stonebridge products are also suitable for use with Accoya ® wood.
We strongly recommend against the use of solvent cleaners, household polishes or aerosols when cleaning Stonebridge products – this may cause irreversible damage to the product. For more information, please follow our simple care and maintenance guide under “helpful resources”.