EMTouch Dummy Handleset

SKU:E4027

Brand: Emtek


Left Hand Inswing
  
Right Hand Inswing
  
Oil Rubbed Bronze (US10B)
  
Satin Nickel (US15)
  
Flat Black (US19)
  
Polished Chrome (US26)
  
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$447.00

Product Status : Available

Product Description and Features

  • Emtek EMTouch dummy handle set
  • Solid brass construction
  • Available with knob or lever interior
  • Multiple finishes available
  • Covered by Limited lifetime warranty
  • Designed to work with most standard door bore preps
  • EMTouch Specifications
  • EMTouch Programming
SPECS

Collection :

Brass Modern

Series :

EMTouch

Configuration :

Electronic

Material :

Brass

Door Thickness :

1-3/8" - 2-1/4"

Handle Style :

Grip

Backset :

2-3/8" Standard or 2-3/4" by Request

Face Bore :

2-1/8"

Edge Bore :

1"

Handing :

Left or Right

Interconnected :

Optional

Latch Faceplate :

Round or Square Corner

Function :

Tubular

Mount :

Sectional

Width :

2-7/8

Center to Center :

5-1/2"

Grip Center to Center :

8"

Warranty :

Limited Lifetime Mechanical
Description

Product Description and Features

  • Emtek EMTouch dummy handle set
  • Solid brass construction
  • Available with knob or lever interior
  • Multiple finishes available
  • Covered by Limited lifetime warranty
  • Designed to work with most standard door bore preps
  • EMTouch Specifications
  • EMTouch Programming
SPECS

Collection :

Brass Modern

Series :

EMTouch

Configuration :

Electronic

Material :

Brass

Door Thickness :

1-3/8" - 2-1/4"

Handle Style :

Grip

Backset :

2-3/8" Standard or 2-3/4" by Request

Face Bore :

2-1/8"

Edge Bore :

1"

Handing :

Left or Right

Interconnected :

Optional

Latch Faceplate :

Round or Square Corner

Function :

Tubular

Mount :

Sectional

Width :

2-7/8

Center to Center :

5-1/2"

Grip Center to Center :

8"

Warranty :

Limited Lifetime Mechanical
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