Grundmann

Model 2354

 
We added this model to our product line in the early seventies at the suggestion of a Swiss customer. Because the Swiss Railways used a very similar model, it became known as the “Swiss Railways door lever”. The form became famous through a concept by the architect Max Bill, who further developed this design for the Ulm College of Art. In 2009 our model was subjected to a sensitive redesign so that it satisfies the new criteria for escape door fittings.

Design: GRUNDMANN (based on a concept for the Swiss Railway)

 

 

 

 

 

 



Can be combined with:

2304HA window pull
with 90° latch
2354+square backplate
lever handle model 2354 F1-SAT with square backplate D55 with GEOS ball bearing or WG4 metal slide bearing  
2354+short backplate
lever handle model 2354 E-SAT with short backplate, rounded D51 with GEOS ball bearing or WG4 metal slide bearing 
2354+short backplate
lever handle model 2354 E-POL with short backplate, angled D52 with GEOS ball bearing or WG4 metal slide bearing  






 

 

 


 


Standard-Models:
F1-SAT = aluminium silver anodized satin finish

P-BE    = aluminium powder coated
E-SAT  = stainless steel satin finish
E-POL  = stainless steel extra-bright
Technical Details:
  WG4 Metal slide bearing (M)

  GEOS Ball bearing (K)
    Fire retardant according to ÖNORM B 3859
    Fire retardant according to DIN 18273FS
     Suited for emergency exit doors according to EN 179
  
Category of use grade 4 ÖNORM EN 1906
Models on request:
E-MS-PVD = stainless steel brass-coloured zircon-nitride coated