|Material:||Diecasting Aluminum||Surface Finishing:||Silver|
|Handle Size:||L125*W22*H45mm Plate: 56*56*12mm||Product Name:||Shed Door Lock|
Diecasting Shed Door Lock Handle,
Aluminum Shed Door Lock Handle,
3Keys UV door locks and handles
Aluminum Die Casting Shed Door Lock Handle 3Keys 72H UV Outdoor
Shed Door Lock With Handle in Brushed Silver Color: The turning of the handle is improved and it turns and operates from turning 90°, so it to be a positive stop that will not allow the handle to rotate past the open or closed position.The raised portion of the latches had been providing are rounded and no hard edge that can be caught on door and the latch is getting closed against.
There are 3 brass keys ,square shaft latch, Allen wrench and all accessories provide best security and theft deterrent for the shed and storages.
|Surface finishing||Brushed matte lacquer|
|Suitable for||Sheds and garages|
|Included accessories||stainless stell screw and washer,Brass Key,spindle|
Application for outdoor storage buildings
Front view and back view for shed door with right lock handle:
Front view and back view for shed door with Left Handle
Aluminum die-cast door handle is a common type of door handle, which is usually made of aluminum alloy material through die-casting process. Aluminum alloys are lightweight, corrosion-resistant and have good strength properties, making them ideal for use in furniture and building decoration products such as door handles.
Aluminum die-cast door handles typically have an elegant look and modern feel that can match a variety of indoor and outdoor door design styles. They can be used in furniture such as doors, drawers and cabinets in residential, commercial and public buildings.
The manufacturing process of aluminum die-cast door handles typically includes the following steps:
Design: Based on the function and appearance requirements of the door handle, the designer will develop the design drawings of the door handle.
Mold making: Make a metal mold for the door handle according to the design drawings. Molds are usually made of wear-resistant steel to withstand the high pressure of aluminum alloy injection.
Aluminum alloy melting: Aluminum alloy is heated to its melting point to turn it into a liquid state.
Die Casting: Molten aluminum alloy is injected into the mold of the door handle and then high pressure is applied to fill all the details and cavities of the mold.
Cooling and Solidification: As the aluminum alloy cools in the mold, the door handle gradually solidifies into a solid shape.
Cut and Trim: The door handle is cut from the mold and trimmed and sanded to obtain a smooth surface and precise dimensions.
Surface Treatment: Door handles can be given a variety of surface treatments, such as painting, anodizing, or plating, to increase their durability and aesthetics.
Inspection and packaging: Carry out quality inspection on the door handle to ensure that it meets the requirements, and then package and ship it.
Aluminum die-cast door handles are widely used in the furniture and architectural decoration markets because of their lightness, durability and ease of processing. They offer a modern, stylish option that adds a unique look and functionality to doors, windows and furniture.
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