Published on 23 September, 2014
Developed for high requirements for window handles designed and approved for use in elements under resistance classes 1 to 6 as per EN 1627, ABUS presents the new generation of lockable window handles, the ABUS FG300. Fitted with an especially low-wear four-ball detent mechanism, a screwed solid axle and the class 2 inspection certificate as per DIN 18267, it is the ideal window handle for the retrofitting and also initial fitting of intrusion-preventing window elements.
With the ABUS FG300, the security specialist presents a new generation of lockable window handles to the market, with an impressive new design and technical innovations. As a class 2 (as per DIN 18267) window handle, it provides 200 Nm of resistance against being turned or pulled down and is therefore ideal for use on anti-intruder windows and French doors. The screwed solid axle and new four-ball detent mechanism also guarantee ease of use and ensure that the handle can continue to be used with ease years later.
Universal use thanks to adjustable square pin
The ABUS FG300 window handle can be used universally thanks to its individually adjustable square pin (32–44 mm) and can be installed on virtually any conventional window. It is locked via the pressure cylinder and opened with a key. It's practical too, as it can be used in combination with other ABUS window locks using the one-key concept.
The ABUS FG300 is available in brown, silver and white and comes with two keys.