Cockspur Window Handle for aluminium, wooden and old PVC windows (Right) white
Cockspur window handles are the oldest type of window handles on the market. They are called after the small spur (triangle piece) that sticks out of the side of the handle that pushes against the PVC wedge on the frame when closing the window, creating a secure closing. These were the first handles used in aluminium windows and they were also the first type of handles in the older uPVC windows. The cockspur window handle is a simple latch mechanism that is simple to use and has a key locking function. Cockspur window handles come in left and right options and operate by turning them 90 degrees.
- No wedge fitted = 21mm
- Thin wedge = 17mm (Actual wedge depth 4mm)
- Middle wedge = 13mm (Actual wedge depth 8mm)
- Thickest wedge = 9mm (Actual wedge depth 12mm)
- Satin Silver
There are several reasons why you will need to replace your window handle, for instance, if the hinges are damaged or corroded they will become sticky and the window can jam, causing strain on the window handle when pulling excessively to close the window. It’s common that when you have to replace your uPVC window handle that you have to replace the window hinge at the same time.
We have identified a few other causes for replacing broken uPVC window handles, for example:
- When the mechanism is jammed, often the handle can be put under pressure and the homeowner can wring the handle.
- The handle can break due to good old fashioned wear and tear and lack of maintenance.
These are just a few of the reasons why you will need to replace your broken uPVC window handle.
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