Flush Door Handles
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.
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.
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.
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.