Hoppe Atlanta 3 Screw (Unsprung) lever – lever PZ92 Door Handle Set 92mm for UPVC Timber Composite Doors
Available in 3 finishes, the handle set comes with complete fixing screws. (Unsprung).
These handles have 3 fixing screws with the middle fixing 23mm below the lever. The distance between the top and bottom fixing screws is 200mm with the bottom screw positioned 12mm below the euro profile cut-out.
They are supplied as a pair complete with an 8mm square spindle & 2 colour co-ordinated bolts/screws.
PLEASE NOTE: This door handle has 3 screw holes and not 2, most door handles have 2 screw fixings, please double-check before buying. These replacement handles are easy to fit and with some basic tools, you can undertake this door repair yourself.
- 3 screw
- Length: 245mm
- Width: 30mm
- Centres (PZ): 92mm (distance from centre of spindle to centre of key)
- Screw centres: Top to bottom 200mm
- The base of euro to bottom screw: 12mm
- Top screw to spindle: 23mm
- Screw Fixing Centres – 200mm (from top to bottom screw) (Critical Dimension) – the distance between screw holes. Please use our handle measuring image guide (see product images) to distinguish which handle size you require.
Be sure that it fits
Not all handles fit all multi-point mechanisms. Before ordering, check the distance from the centre of the spindle to the centre of the cylinder barrel (PZ) and the distance between fixing screws.
Handle Measuring Guide
There are only two measurements that are required to ensure the full working operation of your new uPVC door handle. The first one is what is known as the PZ measurement. This measurement is the distance from the centre of the keyhole to the centre of the handle lever or spindle hole. This is measurement B on the technical diagram.
The second measurement is the distance between the two fixing points which are the screw holes on the uPVC door handles backplate. This is measurement F on the technical diagram.
If the above two measurements match up then the door handle will fit and operate perfectly. All other measurements on the door handle are mainly aesthetics and won’t affect fitting or operation if they’re different.
What does un-sprung mean?
Unsprung means the handle will use the door lock spring to return to position. There are a few door locks that will use a sprung handle to return the lever to the position. The easiest way to check to see if you need a sprung or un-sprung handle is to first remove the door handle, then operate the lever to see if there is a return spring fitted to the handle.
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