Ultion has unveiled the Sweet DDA Door Handle, a new shape designed to adhere to the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act.

The DDA handle is designed to comply with the specification stated as: “A DDA door handle design should include 72mm from the handle to the keyway.

“The door handle that returns towards the door surface, to avoid catching the end of the door handle, also making the door handle easier to hold and function.”

The handle also has Sweet’s 20-year anti-corrosion guarantee, with its multiple coatings of brass and nickelmade to withstand harsh conditions such as saltwater for over 8000 hours. 

It also boasts Sweet’s a distinctive curved backplate.

Its 211mm fixing centres make it compatible with most UK doors. Customers have the choice of gold, silver, black, satin nickel, and white colour options.


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