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Door ironmongery is the first thing anyone touches while entering any premises. The touch and feel of door architectural hardware are important since it tends to impress on the mind of the end-user. Selection of door hardware therefore becomes critical as a designer. What should I, as a building designer, look for in terms of ironmongery? Well for starters, the look of ironmongery depends on where the door is located in the building. Doors are generally categorized as the back of house... Continue reading


Parents are generally concerned about leaving their children at any place where they are not around. Even when at school, they want them to be safe and secure and away from accidents. In this blog, we have brought together a selection of door hardware specifically for schools. We have tried our best to emulate a parent’s preferences to ensure the safety and security of the children. 1. Lever handles: We recommend a choice of handles that have a safe return feature. The handles... Continue reading


PVD stands for Physical Vapour Deposition. It is a process where metal surfaces (Hinges, Pull Handles, Lever Handles) are placed inside a vacuum chamber and coated in a thin layer of hard-wearing metals such as Zirconium EuroArt PVD coating on door hardware provides more resistance against corrosion and scratch as compared to products coated using an electroplating process. Most coatings on products using our PVD process have high-temperature durability for exterior weather conditions and... Continue reading


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PVD stands for Physical Vapour Deposition. It is a process where metal surfaces (hinges, door pulls, lever handles) are placed inside a vacuum chamber and coated in a thin layer of hard-wearing metals such as Zirconium Euroart PVD coating on door hardware provides more resistance against corrosion and scratch as compared to products coated using an electroplating process. Most coatings on products using our PVD process have high temperature durability for exterior weather... Continue reading