Ultion KeyTag Finds Lost Keys All Over The UK

Sponsored news from Ultion: This September saw Brisant launch Ultion KeyTag. Built into the actual Ultion key itself, KeyTag finds lost Ultion keys in a matter of minutes by sounding an alarm. KeyTag works with the Apple Find My app that is already in the iPhone operating system, so there is no app to [...]

By |2022-10-11T15:19:26+01:00October 11th, 2022|Categories: Brisant Secure, hardware|

What Is The True Definition Of “Suited” Hardware?

This is an opinion piece by DGB The door hardware sector is a battlefield right now. A battle which has been years in the making, thanks to the ever irritating problem of pitting. That universal problem for all installers and fabricators taking more than just the shine off a door purchase. Speaking of which, [...]

By |2018-09-06T16:27:52+01:00September 6th, 2018|Categories: double glazing industry, hardware|

Brisant Launches Sweet Doors

After much teasing a drip feeding of information about their new product offering, Brisant have officially launched their new product range called Sweet Doors. Following on from their rampantly successful LockLock door handle, the company has taken their un-pitable formula and applied it to a number of other door hardware areas to expand their [...]

By |2018-06-11T22:08:15+01:00June 11th, 2018|Categories: double glazing industry, hardware|

5 Reasons Why I Would Pay More For British Made Hardware

The issue of our industry's hardware, specifically door handles and letter boxes, is a subject that appears as if it will never go away. The complaints about pitting and general poor quality are weekly. And complaints are justified. When a door being marketed as a premium option, with the premium price tag, has handles that [...]

By |2016-10-24T20:23:45+01:00October 7th, 2015|Categories: double glazing industry, hardware|

Hardware Should Have An A-G Rating, And Here’s Why

SFS Intec, the hardware specialists, brought up an interesting idea on Friday, with the suggestion that hardware could be judged on an A-G rating, similar to how white goods and indeed windows are judged on their efficiency. The idea being that an A would mean highest security, with G being the least. You can read [...]

By |2016-10-24T20:24:04+01:00August 17th, 2014|Categories: double glazing, hardware|
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