Please note that most of the catalogs of the above companies do not show matching window handles. As these handles are not common usage here, they are not stocked in the U.S.. However, as most lever handles do have matching window handles available in Europe, matching handles can usually be specially ordered.
Use Of Handles and Escutcheon Plates From Other Suppliers
Although availability may be restrictive and limited, other compatible handles and escutcheon plates can be used in place of the handles and escutcheon plates provided with the units. If other escutcheon plates are planned to be used, Nana Wall Systems must be notified when placing an order.
With Multi Point Locking with Latch, Deadbolt and Top/Bottom Locking Rods
In place of standard lever handles on the swing panel, any European specification lever handle with an 8 mm (5/16”) spindle can be used.However, only escutcheon plates with the following specifications can be used:
The base width must be less than 1 1/4" (32 mm).
The distance between the center of the spindle hole and the center of the lockset must be the European standard of 3 5/8" (92 mm).
For escutcheon plates that are attached with screws from the inside to the outside, the trim plate length must be such that the distance between the center point of the two screw holes is at least 7 7/8" (200 mm).
With Two Point Locking
Inward Opening Units:
In place of standard handles that operate the two point locking, any European specification window handle with a 7 mm (9/32”) spindle can be used, provided that the rosette base is less than 1 1/4" (32 mm). Note, however, that the folding stack may not be as flat a stack as with NanaWall standard handles.
Outward Opening Units:
In place of standard handles that operate the two point locking, only a European specification window handle with a protrusion of less than 3/4” (19 mm), with a 7 mm (9/32”) spindle, and with a rosette base of less than 1 1/4" (32 mm) can be used.