Square spindle , Startec, alternate spindle 8 mm, M12

  • Startec – the brand
  • Startec – The brandfor high-quality architectural hardware

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Door handle sets in projects are subjected to especially

    extreme demands, and high-quality hardware that withstand these demands is therefore required.

    The models of the Startec series are particularly well suited.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    In-house brand with DIN EN certificates

    As the Testing Institute Locks & Fittings Velbert (PIV) and the Test Centre for construction elements (PFB) show, Startec door handles for projects meet the highest international standards.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Tested and certified in compliance with EN 1906:2010

    (door handle sets for projects)

     
     
     
     
     

    Tested and certified Startec models grade 3 or grade 4 (EN 1906:2010) are available for selection.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    User grade

    Definition

    Area of application

    4

    Frequent use, great probability of applied force or property damage

    Military bases, sports stadiums, hospitals, schools, public rest rooms

    3

    Frequent use, high risk of incorrect use

    Doors in office buildings with public access (e.g. public administration buildings, retirement homes)

    2

    Moderate use, certain risk of incorrect use

    Interior doors in office buildings

    1

    Moderate use, low risk of incorrect use

    Interior doors in residential buildings

     
     
     
     
     

    Tested and certified in compliance with Fire Safety Standard DIN 18273:1997

    (door handle sets for fire resistant and smoke control doors)

     
     
     
     
     

    Each Startec model grade 4 is also available as fire resistant set.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    High quality in construction and design

     
     
     
     
     
    • Steel substructure
    • The lever handle is pivot-fitted in rose or backplate providing a stable, but at the same time, movable connection of lever handle and substructure
    • Wide selection of design models
  • Classification key of lever handles in compliance with EN 1906:2002 and EN 1906:2010
  • Classification of lever handles in accordance with EN 1906:2002 and EN 1906:2010

    These standards divide lever handles into four categories of use.

    The requirements are classified by an 8-digit key system.

    The products are classified in accordance with keys 2002 and 2010.

    Deviating definitions are marked with the issue date.

     
     
     

    8-digit classification key in accordance with EN 1906:2002 and EN 1906:2010

    Position

    EN 1906:2002

    1 Category of use

    2 Durability

    3 Door dimensions

    4 Fire resistance*

    5 Safety

    6 Corrosion resistance

    7 Forced entry resistance

    8 Version

    EN 1906:2010

    1 Category of use

    2 Durability

    7 Forced entry resistance

     
     
     

    Meaning of the individual digits in the classification key:

    Classification key

    Possible classes

    Meaning

    from page

    1 Category of use (2002)

    1 Category of use (2010)

    1 – 4

    1 =

    Moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take the utmost care and with whom there is a slight risk of incorrect use, e.g. interior doors in residential buildings

    2 =

    Moderate usage frequency by persons who are inclined to take (2002: "the utmost") care, whereby there is a certain risk of incorrect use, e.g. interior doors in office buildings

    3 =

    High usage frequency by the public or other persons with little inclination to take care and with whom there is a high risk of incorrect use, e.g. doors in office buildings frequented by the public

    2.11

    4 =

    For use on doors that are frequently subjected to applied force or property damage, e.g. football stadiums, oil platforms, military bases or public toilets

    2.17

    2 Durability (2002)

    2 Durability (2010)

    6 – 7

    6 =

    Moderate usage frequency: 100,000 test cycles

    7 =

    High usage frequency: 200,000 test cycles

    2.11

    3 Door dimensions

    No classification

    4 Fire resistance* (2002)

    0 – 1

    0 =

    Not permitted for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    2.70

    1 =

    Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    2.70

    4 Fire resistance* (2010)

    0, A – C

    0 =

    No defined resistance

    2.11

    A =

    Suitable for use on smoke control doors

    B =

    Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors

    2.17

    C =

    Suitable for use on fire resistant and smoke control doors with requirements for a lever handle core

    2.93

    5 Safety

    0 – 1

    0 =

    For normal purposes

    2.11

    1 =

    For applications with safety requirements

    2.17

    6 Corrosion resistance

    0 – 5

    0 =

    No defined corrosion resistance (2002), no defined resistance (2010)

    1 =

    Low corrosion resistance

    2 =

    Average corrosion resistance (2002), moderate corrosion resistance (2010)

    3 =

    High corrosion resistance

    2.11

    4 =

    Extremely high corrosion resistance

    2.14

    5 =

    Extraordinarily high corrosion resistance (2002), extremely high corrosion resistance (2010)

    7 Forced entry resistance (2002)

    7 Forced entry protection (2010)

    0 – 4

    0 =

    Fittings that are not suitable for use in forced entry resistant doors (2002), no defined resistance/protection (2010)

    2.11

    1 =

    Low forced entry resistance

    2 =

    Moderate forced entry resistance

    3 =

    High forced entry resistance

    4 =

    Extremely high forced entry resistance

    8 Version

    A, B or U

    Type A =

    spring-assisted fittings

    2.14

    Type B =

    fittings with sets with pre-tensioned spring (2002), spring-assisted fittings (2010)

    2.11

    Type U =

    fittings without sets with pre-tensioned spring (2002), fittings without spring system (2010)

    2.33

    * the proven fire resistance characteristics can be found in the respective report.

    Example (see page BB 2.11, lever handle "model PDH3101"):

    Class:

    3

    7

    0

    0

    4

    0

    B

    Category of use(Class 3 = high usage frequency by the public or other persons with little inclination to take care and with whom there is a high risk of incorrect use, e.g. doors in office buildings frequented by the public)

    Durability(Class 7 = high usage frequency: 200,000 test cycles)

    Door dimensions (no classification)

    Fire resistance(Class 0 = no defined resistance)

    Safety(Class 0 = for normal purposes)

    Corrosion resistance(Class 4 = extremely high corrosion resistance)

    Forced entry resistance(Class 0 = no defined resistance)

    Version(Type B = spring-assisted fitting)

  • Door direction – left or right
  • Door direction – left or right

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    The door direction (left/right) according to DIN 107 is determined as follows:

    • Visible position of the door hinges on the left:(DIN) left
    • Visible position of the door hinges on the right:(DIN) right
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Lever handle direction

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    When selecting alternate sets with asymmetrical handles a distinction to the right/left is required. The particular door direction must be observed.

    Examples of asymmetrical lever handles

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Examples of symmetrical lever handles

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    Square spindle , Startec, alternate spindle 8 mm, M12

    door thickness 37-58 mm

    Art. no. 909.46.311

    Square spindle , Startec, alternate spindle 8 mm, M12

    door thickness 57-78 mm

    Art. no. 909.46.312

    Square spindle , Startec, alternate spindle 8 mm, M12

    door thickness 77-98 mm

    Art. no. 909.46.313
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    For Startec door handle sets model series PDH3
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    23-Sep-2021