The third generation of Trojan Group’s Sparta handle looks set to be as popular as its predecessors thanks to a wealth of innovative features that mean fabricators and installers benefit from reduced stockholding requirements and overheads.
Tony Chadwick, Trojan Group’s Managing Director, said, “We know that our customers are looking for the best possible product at the best possible price. The Sparta 3 handle was developed in response to that need and is our most versatile window handle to date.”
The innovation that reduces stockholding is in the interchangeable spindles which means reduced stock levels are needed, something that will release cash into a business and will be welcomed by all fabricators and installers.
Alongside this innovation is a wealth of features that combine to offer outstanding product performance. The base height allows for additional opening clearance. The ergonomic design offers more substantial aesthetics and an improved action button while the soft grip offers improved comfort. The handle also features a re-engineered larger operating button which includes a key tumbler system and a handle click rotation feature. Inline and cranked versions are available, as are push to open key lockable and non-lockable versions. It is available in a full range of colours with special finishes available on request and subject to volume while it also suites with the other products in the Sparta range for a seamless finish.
The handle’s quality is reflected in the 10 year guarantee against mechanical failure and the Class 4 corrosion resistance it has achieved.
The product was officially unveiled at this year’s FIT Show where it attracted a great deal of attention for its quality and innovation. Tony concludes, “Our products are designed to give fabricators and installers what they need. Early feedback suggests that the Sparta 3 will be a valuable addition to our range.”