Hi guys. My name's Darrel, I'm head of the tech team here at LocksOnline.co.uk and today we've got in front of us is a set of multi-point handles, used for multi-point locks. that can either be in wooden doors, or they could also be in uPVC doors as well.
Now this is one of the London line of uPVC multi-point handles, that are from the manufacturer of Hoppe. Now if you're thinking of changing your handles, or your handles are broken, your wanting to know a little bit more information, and you think that this might be the handle from you based on the specifications that are on our website. One way that you can tell a little bit more is to actually look on the inside of the handle here. If we zoom, if you can zoom in there Lee, you can actually see that there is a number stamp on there guys. Can you see that there?
Yeah? Okay. And you'll see that there's a number underneath, I think on this one it's 2, just underneath the main number there. Now the number, if I pull up the outside handle. I don't know if you can get two of those into the shot there there, you can see that the numbers are different on the bottom as opposed to the top, but the top numbers are the same. Okay?
So if you want to be 110% sure that these are the handles for you, might be worth if you're checking that number. On this one here where we've got the number 363.
So without further ado, if you're thinking of getting this handles from LocksOnline. What else do you get in the box? So you get these spring cassettes. What these cassettes do is they actually sit inside there like that, okay? And they can then spring load the handle. So if I put the spindle in there like that and pop that in there like that, now this handle is sprung loaded, look.
It still allows you to, if your multi-point lock has got a lift-up operation, then it will still allow you to lift the handle up to lock the door, but at the same time now it's sprung loaded. And of course it comes with two cassettes, so you can put one on either side. Now the standard size fixing of these screws is that's the size there, just for your convenience I'll get a measurement on that. Because that might be quite important, let me just grab a rule here a second. It's one of the measurements we don't have, but we can get it for you now.
Okay, that there is 45 millimetres in length, which means by the time you put it through there and then you put it through there. The thickness that this handle will accept, if I was to put a couple of turns on that. Okay? The thickness that that will accept of door wise, is about 40 millimetres look. But don't be discouraged by that, because there is absolutely no reason why, you couldn't have longer screws. We do, do a range of longer screws. They are not supplied with it, but it might be well worth asking if you think that your doors are a little bit thicker, you might be well worth considering having longer screws.
Now the standard thread for that is M5 by the way, in case you might happen to have your own screws. The size of the spindle is standard 8 millimetres, and there's the size of the spindle there. Let me give you a measurement of the length of that spindle, and we've got a spindle length there of 120 millimetres. So just in case you need to know what the length of that is, so that's pretty standard.
The centres, which is centre of where the spindle is, here. And the centre of . . . If I use this, it's where the keyhole is, guys, if you're not quite sure. The shape of the Euro profile isn't this middle of the profile, is the middle of the keyway. On this particular handle it's 48 millimetres.
The back plate height, from the distance from there to there is 235 millimetres, and the fixing centres, that's from the centre there to the centre there is 215 millimetres. The thickness, the width of the plate, which is that width there, that's 27 millimetres.
Now they say that this particular lock is suitable for a range of ABT, multi-point locking solutions and union multi-point locking solutions. They are available in a white, silver and a gold finish should you need to have different finishes.
So there you go, they're available on our site. A couple of little top tips here and at least now the video tells you what's in the box, to give you a bit more of an informed decision, as to whether or not this particular set of handles is suitable for your application.
But in the meantime if you need anymore advice by all means pop us over an e-mail, or give us a call on the old dog and bone, we are more than willing to want to have a chat with you. But from me Darrel, from the tech team here at LocksOnline, many thanks for viewing, take care. Bye-bye now.