Our window handles are available with different technical functions providing security and convenience:
Lockable window handles with profile cylinder guarantee reliable, twofold security. On the one hand, they prevent the hardware from being manipulated from the outside, and on the other, they prevent the window from unauthorized opening on the living side. Versions "40 Nm" and "100 Nm" describe the respective torques of the lockable handles.
Version "Lockable 100 Nm with push cylinder" meets the highest requirements in terms of security and burglary resistance grade:
Secustik® window handles contain a patented blocking mechanism for integrated basic safety. It prevents the window hardware from unauthorized displacement from the outside. A swivel clutch between handle und spindle functions as a “mechanical diode”. It allows the window handle to be operated normally from the inside, but it blocks the handle if anyone attempts to manipulate the window handle from the outside via the hardware. The handles thereby fulfil the requirements specified in A-JH RAL-R 607/13.
When Secustik® handles are turned by 180° from the locking position to the tilt position, the self-locking locking mechanism engages in various handle positions with a discreet click. That is how you can recognize this outstanding security factor.
The TiltFirst (tilt before turning) window handle version is designed for the locking, tilting and turning position.
The handle is equipped with a free-running mechanism between locking and tilting position (the locking cylinder does not need to be unlocked) to allow ventilation operation. At the limit of the 90° tilt mode there is a blocking mechanism. Moving on to the 180° turn mode is only possible after the locking cylinder has been unlocked.
The handle can also be locked in 0° locked mode and therefore has an additional burglar-inhibiting backup function.
This innovative handle also contains a unique automatic locking function that blocks the opening function in 180° turn mode even “without locking the locking cylinder”.