Circular Connecting Sliding Cavity Set

397SCC

Perfectly suited for general passage sliding cavity doors. This fashionable design features a circular escutcheon, a connecting lock or unlock with turn-button function from either side, 60mm backset and is available in chrome finishes. Step-by-step installation instructions are included in the packaging.?

Collection Cavity Sliders ?

Function Connecting ?

Locking/Non-Locking Non-Locking ?

Bore hole (mm) 54 ?

Door thickness (mm) 32-45 ?

Warranty ?

  • Sliding cavity set with stylish circular escutcheon
  • Connecting function pperfectly suited for general passage sliding cavity doors
  • With a 54mm diameter hole for easy installation and a 60mm backset
  • Lock or unlock with turn-button from inside
  • Available in satin chrome finish
  • Sliding cavity set with stylish circular escutcheon
  • Connecting function pperfectly suited for general passage sliding cavity doors
  • With a 54mm diameter hole for easy installation and a 60mm backset
  • Lock or unlock with turn-button from inside
  • Available in bright chrome finish
  • Style Name: Circular
  • Application: Internal
  • Bore Hole (mm): 54
  • Edge Bore (mm): 25
  • Locking: Non-Locking

About the collection

Gainsborough extensive range of sliding cavity door sets feature stylish square or round escutcheons in a plethora of contemporary finishes, from satin brass through matt black to aged brushed copper, finishes to match your other hardware. Easy to install and use, the range includes passage and privacy sets with emergency release.

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Door hardware is easy to clean. Give your levers and knobs, including roses and plates, a gentle wipe every two months with a soft, damp cloth. A solution of soap and water could also be used to remove dirt from knobs, roses, but make sure the liquid doesn’t go into cylinders. Avoid using acidic or abrasive substances which may contain solvents, i.e. cleaning products, as they may cause a deterioration of the finish.

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