Ask many installers about the biggest frustrations in their business and the answer you’ll get back is about callbacks to replace pitted or failing hardware. But talk to any installer who uses Trojan’s Stainless Steel hardware and they’ll tell you that callbacks are a thing of the past.

Steve Hall, General Manager of Trojan, said: “The standard industry test for hardware corrosion is 240 hours or 480 hours salt spray testing. Our Stainless Steel hardware can achieve over 1,000 hours with no problem. In fact, we’re so confident in the range’s ability to withstand corrosion that every item is covered with a 25 year anti-corrosion guarantee as standard.”

Zinc or aluminium-based plated or painted products will corrode sooner or later as a result of salt or acid erosion attack especially if the surface coating is damaged. It’s a problem that has big cost implications for installers, not to mention reputational issues. Every callback takes time away from new installations that generate revenue for a business. Plus if hardware starts to fail, it doesn’t matter how happy a customer was when the installation was first completed or how well the complaint about the failure is handled, the customer’s opinion of the installer is likely to be negatively affected.

Trojan’s market leading 25 year surface finish guarantee protects installers against both these issues. The Stainless Steel door furniture range provides a complete problem free hardware solution and consists of TS007 accredited 2 star security handles, TS008 compliant letterplates, an enhanced range of stainless steel door accessories including door knockers, door numerals, a contemporary furniture range including long door pull handles, centre door knobs and oval or circular door escutcheons. All are available in a full range of finishes including Polished, Brushed, Gold (PVD), Satin, White and Black.

So if you would like to protect your business’s bottom line and preserve your well-earned reputation, Trojan’s Stainless Steel range has the answer.

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