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BU638 Finishes on architectural hardware

Abbreviation
BU638
Valid from
01/06/2019

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BRANZ Bulletin
Format
PDF

Description

This Bulletin describes the most commonly used substrate materials and finishes for hardware available in New Zealand.

There are available in a range of metallic and paint finishes providing different levels of corrosion resistance and wear characteristics. Some finishes are essential for protection while others are for decorative purposes only.

 

Scope

Architectural hardware describes the fittings used for windows, doors, furniture, electrical and bathroom components. 

It includes:

• door fittings - handles, knobs, locks, latches, bolts, kick plates, closers, hinges
• window fittings - stays, catches, locks, hinges
• furniture fittings - handles, catches, locks, hinges, drawer runners
• bathroom fittings - taps, faucets, shower roses, shower controls, towel rails, toilet roll holders, soap trays, grab rails, robe hooks
• electrical fittings - light fittings, switch plates, socket outlets

Most architectural hardware is manufactured from a range of metals. Plastic is commonly used for electrical fittings (such as light switch and socket plates), cupboard door pulls and knobs. Door knobs and pulls may also be made from timber, glass or ceramic.

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Notes/comments

This Bulletin replaces Bulletin 362 of the same name.

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This Bulletin replaces Bulletin 362 of the same name.

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BU638 Finishes on architectural hardware

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BU638 Finishes on architectural hardware

Description

This Bulletin describes the most commonly used substrate materials and finishes for hardware available in New Zealand.

There are available in a range of metallic and paint finishes providing different levels of corrosion resistance and wear characteristics. Some finishes are essential for protection while others are for decorative purposes only.

 

View on Information Provider website
BU638 Finishes on architectural hardware
Description

This Bulletin describes the most commonly used substrate materials and finishes for hardware available in New Zealand.

There are available in a range of metallic and paint finishes providing different levels of corrosion resistance and wear characteristics. Some finishes are essential for protection while others are for decorative purposes only.

 

View on Information Provider website
This resource does not cite any other resources.

BU638 Finishes on architectural hardware

This resource does not CITE any other resources.
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