FUHR 90PZ Patio Door Handles

3 Finishes ( White, Gold PVD or Polished Chrome ) Universal handed ( can be configured left or right handed ) Fits wide range or door widths ( 39mm to 53mm ) Locking and non-locking (dummy) options Supplied as a complete pair (screws and spindles supplied) Colour coded fixings - ( white are powder coated to match the handles etc. ) Solid reassuring feel Easy to fit

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Stylish, high quality pair (inside and outside) of Trojan Sparta patio door handles with 90mm PZ for Fuhr gearboxes. Can be configured for left or right handed use. The handles are die cast Zinc and powder coated for colour and mechanical longevity.

 

Do I need locking or non-locking handles? What is a dummy handle?

In the majority of cases you will need a locking pair of handles (pair being internal and external). If you only have one sliding patio door, the likelihood is you will need a locking pair of handles. When there are two patio doors sliding together then one of the doors will not need a locking latch. In this scenario a pair of dummy handles or non-locking pair will be needed on one side and a locking pair on the other.

What's in the box?

1 pair of Fuhr compatible patio door handles (1 internal/1 external), 3 spindles and 3 pairs of screws

Note: Non-locking (dummy) handles do not need and therefore do not come with spindles

How do I make my handles the opposite hand?

If your handles are the wrong hand for your patio door, it is possible to change it's hand.

  1. Turn the handles over to see the back of the handles
  2. Remove the two large screws
  3. Turn the handles 180°
  4. Then replace the screws
  5. What is PZ?

    The PZ is the measurment between the handle spindle and center of the euro hole. Sometimes refered to as ‘centres’. The most common is 92mm. To get this measurement, measure from the centre of the keyhole/eurohole (Take your measurement from the centre of the round part of the barrel where the key goes) to the centre of the lever handle. Common sizes are 68mm, 70mm, 90mm or 92mm. Occasionally it will be 48mm, 72mm or 117mm.

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