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19th Century look
June 2019

KENRICK has launched a suited range of heritage hardware with the traditional aesthetics of 19th century ironmongery, in monkey-tail and tear drop styles and includes handles, stays and dummy stays.

Sales and marketing director Steve Williams said: “The market for flush sash windows is booming at the moment and nearly half of fabricators see them becoming as important as standard casement windows within the next decade.”

The new Heritage Range comes in finishes including white, gold, chrome, smoked chrome, antique black and satin silver. Handles are supplied right and left-handed and have a key locking facility. The range can be adapted with a choice of fully functioning furniture or dummy stays that are fixed to the sash for display.

Zinc casted for extra durability, the Kenrick range is fully salt spray tested to 240 hours to exceed BSEN 1670:2007 and comes with a full 10-year mechanical guarantee. It is compatible with Kenrick’s extensive range of espagnolette and shootbolt locking systems.

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