New door hardware opens up creative possibilities

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New door hardware opens up creative possibilities

New door hardware opens up creative possibilities. Pictured: FritsJurgens' System M ginge.

New functional hardware from top manufacturers helps to create operable walls for both indoor and outdoor use. As an aesthetic bonus, they add a little panache to any opening.

8800 Series Mortise Lock (Courtesy Yale)

8800 Series Mortise Locks

Made in heavy-duty stainless steel, this burly lock was designed for commercial applications that require strength and durability. It is available in 17 finishes.

LIN-X1000 (Courtesy Sugatsune)


This solution allows large-scale doors to swing smoothly on a lateral hardware mechanism. The small radius is perfect for tight spaces, in both cabinet and passage door applications.


Lock Status Sensor (Courtesy Marvin)
Lock Status Sensor (Courtesy Marvin)
Lock Status Sensor (Courtesy Marvin)

Lock Status Sensor

Have you ever left home and forgot if you locked the door? This completely automated sensor indicates if a door or window is closed and locked. Completely concealed, the Lock Status Sensor is a wireless or wired connection that works with a variety of security systems.

System M (Courtesy FritsJurgens)

System M

This system allows a pivoting door to be installed without any structural elements in the floor or ceiling. It can be used with timber, steel, and framed glass single- and double-acting doors.

Junior hardware (Courtesy HAWA)


Junior is a sturdy sliding hardware system on running tracks for pocket doors. It is outfitted with a soft-closing mechanism that allows it to open and close quietly.

Tubular Lock Roses (Courtesy Sargent)

Tubular Lock Roses

These locks come in five variations of a circular, square, or oval silhouette, as well as 14 different finishes in gradients of chrome, gold, and bronze.