The Ultion team has announced the launch of a new door handle shape that is marketed as combining cutting-edge design with Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compatibility. This new design is part of the Sweet range and is said to offer a sleek and modern aesthetic while ensuring adherence to the strict requirements of the DDA.
One of the stand out features of the Sweet DDA door handle is its 20-year anti-corrosion guarantee. With multiple coatings of brass and nickel, the handle is designed to maintain its pristine appearance, even when exposed to harsh conditions such as salt water for more than 8,000 hours. This exceeds the EN 1906:2012 corrosion standard by 30 times.
In addition, the Sweet DDA door handle has a distinctive curved backplate, which the Ultion team says ‘elevates the aesthetics of any door it adorns’. With its unique ‘edgeless’ design, Sweet was created to seamlessly blend into any home décor, whether contemporary, traditional, country-style or urban.
The Sweet DDA door handle is marketed as ensuring easy installation due to the product’s 211mm fixing centres, which are said to make it compatible with most UK doors. Customers have the freedom to choose from five colour options – gold, silver, black, satin nickel and white – allowing for personalisation.
What sets the Sweet DDA door handle apart is its exceptional build quality, the brand’s representatives reported. While many handles undergo testing for the standard 100,000 cycles, Sweet exceeded expectations by continuing to operate even after 360,000 cycles. This endurance ensures that Sweet will reliably serve homeowners for years to come, they say.
“We are proud to offer a product that not only elevates the aesthetics and performance of any door but also ensures that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can effortlessly interact with their environment,” said Nick Dutton, CEO of Brisant Secure.
For more information about the Sweet DDA Door Handle and to explore the full range of options, visit the product page.