The classic modern range of handles
- Perfect ergonomic shape
- Comfortable to use
- Discreet design object
The Roto Samba handle is a functional operation mechanism and a discreet design object in one. It finds exactly the right balance between classical and modern aesthetics, allowing it to blend perfectly into any interior design.
In keeping with the “form follows function” design principle, the Roto Samba handle, semicircular at the rear and curved at the front, is simply perfectly shaped in ergonomic terms to support the thumb. A hollow for the index finger defines the grip position while also providing a pleasant position for the hand. This means that the handle can be perfectly gripped in any position, while also ensuring that it is comfortable to use.
This range of handles is suitable for Turn-Only/Tilt&Turn windows with timber, PVC and aluminium frames. The range also includes two different handle sets for balcony and terrace doors (escutcheon-cover version with and without flat handle).
Five Roto Samba handle variants are available to meet various security and comfort requirements:
Basic handle without any additional function.
- Lockable 40 Nm
Equipped with turn cylinder for locking and unlocking; basic security, not tested; suitable as child safety lock.
- Lockable 100 Nm
Turn cylinder; burglar-inhibiting retrofit product (DIN 18104-1); lock the closed or tilted window quickly and simply by pushing down the cylinder.
Invisible security against manipulation from the outside, self-locking blocking mechanism; safety bolt.
- Push button
Forcible displacement of the hardware from the outside is prevented; the window can be operated when the button is pressed.
Lockable with turn cylinder, "Tilt before Turn".
You can choose between the following anodised colours and powder coatings as colour versions:
- Silver, anodised
- Brass matt, anodised
- Titanium-matt, anodised
- Bronze, anodised
- RAL 9016 Traffic-white
- RAL 8019 Grey-brown
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