Rutland Multipoint Levers- A Unique Combination of Class & QualityEverything to know about the new Rutland Multipoint Lever Range
When it comes to multi-point door levers, its often difficult to find a range that offers a high level of quality and functionality with an appearance that makes it one of the more focal points of the door.
However, the new Rutland Multi-point Lever Range from Toolfix does just that. Consisting of two stunning levers available in three finishes, the Rutland Lever Range has been designed with quality in mind.
What does the range consist of?
The Rutland Collection Lever Range includes two new multi-point lever handles; the Exton and the Cottesmore levers.
The Exton lever comes in both a Satin Chrome and Polished Chrome finish and consists of a stylish radius backplate with a straight profile handle to create a more modern appearance.
If you’re searching for a more traditional look, the Cottesmore lever is a timeless design that is available in Polished Brass, Antique Brass, Satin Chrome and Polished Chrome. It has an inverted curve backplate with a scroll profile handle.
What are the levers specifications?
- Backplate size: 250 x 45mm
- Backplate thickness: 8mm
- Fixing centres: 230mm
- Backplate size: 245 x 40mm
- Backplate Thickness: 9mm
- Fixing centres: 205mm
Both levers have high corrosion resistance as they are manufactured from solid brass with an external grade Ecotech® lacquer applied. Made entirely in Italy, the levers are also produced to the finest tolerances to ensure maximum functionality.
The Rutland Collection levers are designed to withstand external usage, but even with this tough finish, maintenance is still necessary. We recommend regular cleaning with a soft cloth, if necessary moistened with water to remove any deposits. Under no circumstances should you use hard tools, chemical, acidic or abrasive substances to clean the levers. Please also be aware that the chemicals in wet plaster and wet paint will rust our products. Only fit your new ironmongery when you have made sure that all new plaster is fully cured and paint has dried.