Door Handle Springs and Washers, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm and 8mm Spindles and Sleeves, Strike and Face Plates, Door Stoppers and Pull Fingers Handles
Here are some common door accessories along with their descriptions:
Door knobs are used to open and close doors. They typically consist of a round or lever-shaped handle mounted on a rosette or plate. Door knobs are made of metals, such as brass, stainless steel, or bronze, and are available in various finishes and styles to match different interior designs.
Similar to door knobs, door handles are alternative hardware options for opening and closing doors. They often feature a lever-shaped handle that can be pushed down or pulled up to operate the door latch. Door handles provide a sleek and modern look and are available in different materials, finishes, and designs.
Door hinges are essential for connecting the door to its frame and allowing it to swing open and shut. Hinges can be concealed or visible, depending on the desired aesthetic. They are typically made of metal and come in various sizes, finishes, and configurations to accommodate different door weights and styles.
Door stops prevent doors from swinging too far or hitting adjacent walls or furniture. They can be wall-mounted or floor-mounted and are available in different designs and materials, including rubber, metal, or wood. Some door stops also include a spring mechanism that allows the door to close softly and quietly.
Closers: Door closers are hydraulic devices that control the speed and force with which a door closes. They are commonly used in commercial buildings to ensure that doors close securely and reduce energy loss. Door closers can be surface-mounted or concealed within the door frame and are adjustable to accommodate different door weights and closing speeds.
Viewers: Also known as peepholes or door viewers, these accessories provide a way to see who is outside the door without fully opening it. Door viewers typically consist of a small lens or glass panel mounted on the door, allowing the occupant to look through and identify visitors before granting access.
Kick Plates: Kick plates are metal plates mounted on the lower part of the door to protect it from scratches, scuffs, and damage caused by shoes or equipment. They are commonly found on commercial doors or doors in high-traffic areas.
When selecting door accessories, consider factors such as the door's function, style, and security requirements. Ensure that the accessories are compatible with the door's material, size, and existing hardware to ensure proper installation and functionality.