Stainless Steel Pull Handle - 4 Hole Rectangle D Shape | S3i Group

Stainless Steel Pull Handle - 4 Hole Rectangle D Shape

Pull Handle - Four Hole Fixing - Ideal for Cabinets and Cupboard Doors

Stainless Steel Pull Handle - Rectangle D Shaped - Four Hole Fixing

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Code Price (inc VAT) Quantity 
Pull Handle 118mm 118 100 104 26 27 36 12 5.5 HPRD4-118 £10.40
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Pull Handle 152mm 152 130 135 35 32 43 18 5.5 HPRD4-152 £10.73
In stock

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Key Features:

304 Stainless Steel
304 grade stainless steel.
Polished finish
Polished finish.
Screws Required
Screw fixings required for installation.

Stainless Steel Rectangular D-Shaped Pull Handle - Four Hole Fixing

Rectangular D-Shaped design with four countersunk fixing points.

Manufactured from high quality 304 grade stainless steel with a polished finish.

Suitable for indoor applications only.

Ideal for any interior cabinet, cupboard or draw.

Please Note:
Fixings are NOT supplied with this Pull Handle.
Pull Handles are sold individually.

Stainless Steel Pull Handle with 4 Point Fixing
Please Note

Please Note:

Screws NOT included due to the individuality of each installation (mounting surface, thickness and location), we recommend sourcing screws to suit your particular needs.

We have used the following fixings:

  • No.8 Countersunk Wood Screws for 118mm Pull Handle
  • No.10 Countersunk Wood Screws for 152mm Pull Handle

Dimension Information:

PDF Data Sheet

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Download Pull Handle Dimension Information


Installation Advice

You will need a few simple household tools for a quick and easy installation: A Drill, Tape Measure, Pencil, Screwdriver and Screw Fixings.

Choose your countersunk screws to suit the depth of mounting surface.

Pull Handle with 4 Point Fixing Installation Advice

Step 1:

Using a tape measure and pencil, mark the centre points of the fixing holes of your pull handle.

Step 2:

Drill pilot holes to accept your screw fixings.
(Remember to use a smaller drill bit than your intended screw fixing)

Step 3:

Fasten your door pull in place with the countersunk fixings of your choice.


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