Rockwood Launches GeoMetek Style Square Locking Pull System

Rockwood Launches GeoMetek Style Square Locking Pull System

Rockwood Launches GeoMetek Style Square Locking Pull SystemRockwood Manufacturing, an ASSA ABLOY Group company, announced the launch of a square locking pull system in the GeoMetek style, ideal for swinging or sliding doors in glass houses, store fronts and interior offices.

“This locking pull system is flexible in its application, and asethically appealing with its classic square shape – meeting the needs of building owners, architects and interior designers alike,” said Sandy Matheny, director of decorative openings, ASSA ABLOY. “It’s easy to install and use, and offers a clean look for glass, aluminum, hollow metal or wood doors.”

Glass door applications secure the opening without bulky patch fitting or rails, and simple door preparation allows for fast installation, requiring just two holes for half height pulls and three holes for full height pulls. The locking pull also features multiple locking options at the floor, head, or both and the concealed bolt provides a clean, streamlined look.

The square locking pull is available in three finishes; US10BE (dark satin bronze equivalent), US32 (bright stainless steel) and US32D (satin stainless steel) and is offered in plain or upholstery leather wrapping. The stainless steel finishes are also available with MicroShield, an antimicrobial coating that helps to suppress the growth of bacteria and mold. It suites nicely with popular Rockwood door pulls and accessorites as well as the square trim from CORBIN RUSSWIN and SARGENT and square barrel hinge from MCKINNEY. These decorative products are part of The Good Design Studio from ASSA ABLOY.

The Good Design Studio - your resource for beautiful doors, frames and hardware from ASSA ABLOY Group brands. Visit us online at www.thegooddesignstudio.com.

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