Durable and versatile, this round, brass rose is suitable for a wide range of applications.
The Lockwood Brass Door Furniture range is the culmination of decades of experience in the design and manufacture of high quality door furniture. Over the years the Lockwood brass door range has evolved as the product of choice for leading Australian architects in commercial, institutional and industrial applications.
What makes brass so good?
Brass is highly durable
Brass has a low friction surface which makes it ideal for connected moving parts. This is why it is the perfect choice for producing high use door furniture that will prove durable with minimal servicing. Lockwood brass door furniture has been successfully tested to exceed the highest durability rating (D8, 500,000 cycles) under the Australian Standard (AS4145.2: 2008).
Brass is corrosion resistant
Brass door furniture provides durable performance in high corrosion applications. Unlike other commonly used materials it contains no iron so it will not rust or tea stain in high corrosion environments. Lockwood Brass Door Furniture in satin chrome brushed finish (SC) has been successfully tested under NATA conditions to maintain both function and finish under prolonged neutral salt spray test for over 1000 hours satisfying the highest ranking (C10) of the appropriate Australian Standard (AS4145.2: 2008). This result confirms that Lockwood Brass Door Furniture the ideal choice for use in coastal applications and other corrosive environments.
Brass is green
Brass is a highly machinable material making it able to be accurately manufactured with less scrap, less rework and less energy than other materials. Products made from brass generally have good "cradle-to-grave" characteristics as not only do they show good durability but brass is also readily recycled at the end of the products working life. Furthermore Lockwood Brass Door Furniture is manufactured right here in Australia so there is far less energy expended shipping product into the country and the manufacture occurs at ASSA ABLOY Australia's ISO 14001 accredited manufacturing facility.
A removable stop screw allows all symmetrically designed levers (e.g. Cadenza) to be handed on site. Levers of asymmetrical design (e.g. Veloce) cannot be reversed. Specify left or right handed when ordering.
All Lockwood roses and levers contained in the 1370 series are of solid brass construction.
Roses are designed to fit back to back.
If outside rose is specified with concealed fixing, then the inside rose must be visible fixed. Roses numbered 1370, 1372 and 1374 are concealed fixed, roses numbered 1371, 1373 and 1375 are visible fixed.
33mm minimum for 5260 Latches and 32mm minimum for Lockwood 3570 Series Mortice Locks. Maximum door thickness 50mm.
Over the years the Lockwood Brass Door Furniture range has evolved as the product of choice for leading architects in commercial, institutional and industrial applications.
ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door hardware solutions, renowned for innovation and consistently listed in the Forbes top 100 most innovative companies. ASSA ABLOY has many of the most well-known brands in the industry including; Yale, Lockwood, Henderson, Interlock, D&D Technologies, Union, Trimec and Whitco. ASSA ABLOY New Zealand specialises in customised door and window products, with a full manufacturing facility on site at their head office on Auckland’s North Shore, and 250 employees nationwide.
ASSA ABLOY is dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience. They have the most comprehensive range of access, locking and hardware solutions on the New Zealand market with specialist products and people in architectural hardware, electric locking, access control and security.
ASSA ABLOY prides itself on consistently delivering on project and customer needs to specification with efficiency, accuracy and health and safety as key drivers.