Flush Door Handles

Flush Door Handles

Description
Description

Flush Door Handles are the types of door handles that are recessed into a door and help users carry out a pulling action to open bypass doors. Flush Door Handles are named accordingly as they are designed and placed intentionally to be flush with the surface of the door allowing the doors to slide over each other freely. Flush Door Handles are made with different designs and sizes to allow the user to push or pull the door closed with their fingertips. Flush Door Handles are made of different silhouettes and shapes and are often made of brass, steel, bronze, aluminum, nickel, and chrome.

History
History

Flush door handles, those that sit level with the door's surface, became popular due to their sleek, space-saving design. Originating as a solution for vehicles and cabinets where protruding handles were impractical, their use expanded over time. In the 20th century, as modern design favored clean lines and minimalism, these handles found their way into homes and offices. Their subtle appearance and smooth operation made them a favorite for those seeking a streamlined and unobtrusive look.

Future
Future

Flush door handles are stepping up in the design game. Nowadays, they're not just about being discreet; they're about blending aesthetics and technology. For example, some contemporary flush handles come with touch-sensitive features or backlighting that activates when approached. With the rise of smart homes, we might soon see flush handles that integrate seamlessly with home automation, offering touch-free access or alerts. As design and tech merge, flush handles will be at the forefront, making doors both stylish and smart.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What are flush door pulls typically used for?

Flush door handles are typically used for interior doors such as bedrooms, bathrooms, closets and pantry, where a sleek, minimalistic look is desired. They are designed to sit flush with the surface of the door, making them less obtrusive and more visually appealing than other types of door handles.

Why are flush door handles used on sliding doors?

A flush door handle can make the sliding door more functional by providing an easy-to-use handle. Additionally, they can be useful for people with mobility issues as it is easier to grip than a flush pull or finger pull handle. They can also be beneficial in high traffic areas as they are less likely to catch on clothing or other objects. Sliding doors would also not be able to close if a knob or extruded handle were used.

Are flush door handles dangerous for fingers?

A flush door handle can be dangerous on fingers if not installed or used properly. The handle should be installed with a proper gap between the door and the frame to prevent fingers from getting caught. It is also important to use the handle properly, by gripping it firmly and avoiding sliding fingers along the handle.

Buildings

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2.56” | 65 mm (Diameter)
2.56” | 65 mm (Diameter)
.16” | 4 mm (Plate)
Dante Flush Handle
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6.500
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Dante Flush HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Dante Flush HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Dante Flush Handle
2.56” | 65 mm (Diameter)
2.56” | 65 mm (Diameter)
.16” | 4 mm (Plate)
Giotto Flush Handle
6.500
6.500
0.400
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Giotto Flush HandleView of a Giotto Flush Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Giotto Flush Handle in 3D available for download
2.56” | 65 mm
2.56” | 65 mm
.16” | 4 mm (Plate)
Giotto Q Flush Handle
6.500
6.500
0.400
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Giotto Q Flush Handle3D model of a Giotto Q Flush Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Giotto Q Flush Handle viewed in perspective
5.04” | 128 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
.24” | 6 mm (Plate)
Nemi Flush Handle
12.800
3.700
0.600
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Nemi Flush HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Nemi Flush HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Nemi Flush Handle
5.04” | 128 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
.24” | 6 mm (Plate)
Siro Flush Handle
12.800
3.700
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Siro Flush HandleView of a Siro Flush Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Siro Flush Handle in 3D available for download
5.04” | 128 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
.24” | 6 mm (Plate)
Vico Flush Handle
12.800
3.700
0.600
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Vico Flush Handle3D model of a Vico Flush Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Vico Flush Handle viewed in perspective
Giotto Q Flush Handle
Comparison drawing of the Giotto Q Flush Handle compared to similar flush door handle sizes and shapes

The Giotto Q Flush Handle bears a square profile. This separates it from the Giotto Flush Handle’s round profile. It also makes it look large. It is made of brass. The sharp clean lines make it look sleek and high-end.

The Giotto Q Flush Handle has a height of 2.56” (65 mm), width of 2.56” (65 mm), and plate depth of .16” (4 mm). The total install depth is .67” (17 mm). Design options available for the Giotto Q Flush Handle include a key hole, single latch, or double latch.

Scaled set of drawings of the variations of the Giotto Q Flush Handle in front and side views with dimensions
The Giotto Q Flush Handle bears a square profile. This separates it from the Giotto Flush Handle’s round profile. It also makes it look large. It is made of brass. The sharp clean lines make it look sleek and high-end.

The Giotto Q Flush Handle has a height of 2.56” (65 mm), width of 2.56” (65 mm), and plate depth of .16” (4 mm). The total install depth is .67” (17 mm). Design options available for the Giotto Q Flush Handle include a key hole, single latch, or double latch.

Scaled set of drawings of the variations of the Giotto Q Flush Handle in front and side views with dimensions
Giotto Q Flush Handle
Height:
2.56” | 65 mm
Width:
2.56” | 65 mm
Length:
Depth:
.16” | 4 mm (Plate)
Weight:
Area:

Options: Key hole, single latch, double latch

Materials
Brass
Designer
Studio Olivari
Year

Drawings include:

Giotto Q Flush Handle front elevation, side, door elevations

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Siro Flush Handle
Scale illustration of the Siro Flush Handle compared to other flush door handles

The Siro Flush Handle by Olivari has a sleek and minimalist design. It has a rectangular shape with rounded edges. The handle is flush with the surface of the door, with no protrusion. The handle is smooth and flush with the door surface, typically it is available in a variety of finishes such as stainless steel, aluminum and brass. Some models also have a small hole in the center of the handle that allows you to pull it open.

The Siro Flush Handle has a height of 5.04” (128 mm), width of 1.46” (37 mm), and plate depth of .24” (6 mm). The total install depth is .51” (13 mm). Design options available for the Siro Flush Handle include a key hole.

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Siro Flush Handle seen from the side and elevation views with variations
The Siro Flush Handle by Olivari has a sleek and minimalist design. It has a rectangular shape with rounded edges. The handle is flush with the surface of the door, with no protrusion. The handle is smooth and flush with the door surface, typically it is available in a variety of finishes.

The Siro Flush Handle has a height of 5.04” (128 mm), width of 1.46” (37 mm), and plate depth of .24” (6 mm). The total install depth is .51” (13 mm). Design options available for the Siro Flush Handle include a key hole.

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Siro Flush Handle seen from the side and elevation views with variations
Siro Flush Handle
Height:
5.04” | 128 mm
Width:
1.46” | 37 mm
Length:
Depth:
.24” | 6 mm (Plate)
Weight:
Area:

Options: Key hole

Materials
Brass
Designer
Studio Olivari
Year

Drawings include:

Siro Flush Handle front elevation, side, door elevations

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Door Hand Conventions
Diagram illustrating the various Door Hand Conventions used for naming the operation of a door

Door hand conventions are descriptions used when specifying door hardware, such as door closers and locksets. Door handings are based on viewing the door from the outside (secure/key side) of a space and differ based on the location of the hinges and the direction in which the door opens.

Door hand conventions are descriptions used when specifying door hardware, such as door closers and locksets. Door handings are based on viewing the door from the outside (secure/key side) of a space and differ based on the location of the hinges and the direction in which the door opens.

Door Hand Conventions
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Left Hand (LH): Hinges on left, door opens into room
Right Hand (RH): Hinges on right, door opens into room
Left Hand Reverse (LHR): Hinges on left, door opens to outside
Right Hand Reverse (RHR): Hinges on right, door opens to outside

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Drawings include:
Door Hand Conventions plans

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Nemi Flush Handle
Style and size comparison drawing of the Nemi Flush Handle compared to other flush door handle designs

The Nemi Flush Handle is made of nylon. It has a straightforward design with round edges and sleek clean lines. However, it lacks a keyhole. This makes it easy to fix. The clean finish gives it a modern look ideal for most modern doors.

The Nemi Flush Handle has a height of 5.04” (128 mm), width of 1.46” (37 mm), and plate depth of .24” (6 mm). The total install depth is .51” (13 mm). Design options available for the Nemi Flush Handle include a key hole.

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Nemi Flush Handle viewed from the front and side with variations
The Nemi Flush Handle is made of nylon. It has a straightforward design with round edges and sleek clean lines. However, it lacks a keyhole. This makes it easy to fix. The clean finish gives it a modern look ideal for most modern doors.

The Nemi Flush Handle has a height of 5.04” (128 mm), width of 1.46” (37 mm), and plate depth of .24” (6 mm). The total install depth is .51” (13 mm). Design options available for the Nemi Flush Handle include a key hole.

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Nemi Flush Handle viewed from the front and side with variations
Nemi Flush Handle
Height:
5.04” | 128 mm
Width:
1.46” | 37 mm
Length:
Depth:
.24” | 6 mm (Plate)
Weight:
Area:

Options: Key hole

Materials
Nylon
Designer
Studio Olivari
Year

Drawings include:

Nemi Flush Handle front elevation, side, door elevations

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Vico Flush Handle
Comparison drawing of the Vico Flush Handle compared to similar flush door handle sizes and shapes

The Vico Flush Handle is large with a straightforward design and round edges. These features make it look modern and sleek and ideal for most doors. It is made of brass, ensuring it is durable and can work as expected. However, it lacks a keyhole.

The Vico Flush Handle has a height of 5.04” (128 mm), width of 1.46” (37 mm), and plate depth of .24” (6 mm). The total install depth is .51” (13 mm). Design options available for the Vico Flush Handle include a key hole.

Scaled set of drawings of the variations of the Vico Flush Handle in front and side views with dimensions
The Vico Flush Handle is large with a straightforward design and round edges. These features make it look modern and sleek and ideal for most doors. It is made of brass, ensuring it is durable and can work as expected. However, it lacks a keyhole.

The Vico Flush Handle has a height of 5.04” (128 mm), width of 1.46” (37 mm), and plate depth of .24” (6 mm). The total install depth is .51” (13 mm). Design options available for the Vico Flush Handle include a key hole.

Scaled set of drawings of the variations of the Vico Flush Handle in front and side views with dimensions
Vico Flush Handle
Height:
5.04” | 128 mm
Width:
1.46” | 37 mm
Length:
Depth:
.24” | 6 mm (Plate)
Weight:
Area:

Options: Key hole

Materials
Brass
Designer
Studio Olivari
Year

Drawings include:

Vico Flush Handle front elevation, side, door elevations

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