The Cockspur Window Handle is aimed at the fabricator who wants to offer a high quality designed window handle. Available in left hand and right hand versions, the window handle can be locked and only opens when pushing the button, offering extra security.
The Cockspur Window Handle is aimed at the fabricator who wants to offer a high quality designed window handle, ideal for aluminium and uPVC windows. Each window handle, made from Zamak, is available in 5 different finishes and with both right hand and left hand versions, allowing you to offer different solutions for a wider range of windows.
Each Cockspur Window Handle can be locked and only opens when pushing the button, offering extra security. These window handles come with a 5 year coating guarantee and offer a compact design with a 17mm stack height. Each product comes with screws and caps and we also have available striker plates (65mm x 16mm).
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At UAP we are constantly striving to improve on the products we already supply as well as develop new, pioneering ranges and practical product solutions.
With an in house testing centre and product developer, each stage of the development process is thorough, from the initial design right down to the final product. In house 3D printing technology allows for further and more precise advancement of our products which are then expertly manufactured and put through stringent testing conditions using in house test equipment – ensuring all products are designed to the highest standards:
UV Sunlight Testing Machine
Used to test the colourfast of plastic and anodised products, the UV machine measures the stamina of the window handle finish, testing how quickly it will fade in sunlight. It does this using UV lights which the products are left under for 2000 hours.
Salt Spray Testing Machine
This machine tests the corrosion resistance of the window handles and many other products. The salt spray cabinet produces a corrosive environment, by releasing a dense saline fog into the chamber which the products are exposed to. This creates accelerated corrosion to the product and allows us to test how well the product would stand up in harsher environments.