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Ingersoll Rand extends its door hardware range with introduction of Briton by Randi

Published on 17 June, 2013

Leading global provider of security and safety solutions Ingersoll Rand has extended its door hardware range with the introduction of Briton by Randi, a complete range of stainless steel designer door fittings.

Briton by Randi is a contemporary range of Scandinavian designer door fittings which comprises lever handles, pull handles, bathroom turns and indicators, escutcheons and door stops.  The range has been developed for a superior technical and aesthetic quality and has been designed for use on internal doors in both commercial and residential applications

The new range meets the demands of modern building specifications and has been developed with performance and durability in mind. The range comes with the unique Randi-Plug system with a screw guide which ensures a fast and long lasting fitting. The door fittings are supplied with a slim-line rose and are compatible with doors 34 – 58mm thick.

Stuart Costigan, Technical Product Manager at Ingersoll Rand, said: “Randi products are recognised by professionals the world over for their aesthetic and technical quality and their timeless, elegant design which harmonises with both modern and classical architecture.

“The introduction of our new range offers customers a complete range of door handle solutions with a simple and functional design.”

All Ingersoll Rand products are offered with industry needs in mind and are backed up by the company’s ISO9001 and ISO4001 accreditations.


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