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Author: Mila News Created: Thursday, July 16, 2009
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A new Kitemark scheme is being planned to accompany the new TS007 security standard for domestic door locks.

The Door and Hardware Federation and Glass and Glazing Federation, with the support of Secured by Design and hardware manufacturers including Mila Hardware, have developed a new Kitemark for cylinders and protective door furniture which resists cylinder snapping, bumping and other forms of cylinder attack.

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A new Kitemark scheme is being planned to accompany the new TS007 security standard for domestic door locks.

The Door and Hardware Federation and Glass and Glazing Federation, with the support of Secured by Design and hardware manufacturers including Mila Hardware, have developed a new Kitemark for cylinders and protective door furniture which resists cylinder snapping, bumping and other forms of cylinder attack.

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Mila Hardware probably isn’t expecting too many orders for the new Royal Wedding themed handle it promoted on its website today.

The Solid Royal PAF (ProStyle Advanced Finish), which was apparently to be available in plated gold finish with a crown engraved into the backplate and Kate and William’s initials engraved into the lever, was in fact just the latest April Fool from the hardware company which has become something of a specialist in April 1 pranks in recent years.

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Mila Hardware probably isn’t expecting too many orders for the new Royal Wedding themed handle it promoted on its website today.

The Solid Royal PAF (ProStyle Advanced Finish), which was apparently to be available in plated gold finish with a crown engraved into the backplate and Kate and William’s initials engraved into the lever, was in fact just the latest April Fool from the hardware company which has become something of a specialist in April 1 pranks in recent years.

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When consumers choose the finish for their hardware, it is generally based on nothing more than personal taste and a desire to coordinate with the rest of their property.

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When consumers choose the finish for their hardware, it is generally based on nothing more than personal taste and a desire to coordinate with the rest of their property.

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Nottingham based FastFrame UK has carried out extensive testing at the new Mila Test Centre enabling it to offer fully accredited frames to both trade and commercial customers.

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Nottingham based FastFrame UK has carried out extensive testing at the new Mila Test Centre enabling it to offer fully accredited frames to both trade and commercial customers.

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With any kind of door and window hardware, the challenge for the manufacturer is to achieve the right balance between aesthetics and performance.

Of course, a product has to look good to appeal to a client either in the domestic or the commercial market, but it must also meet a whole raft of performance standards governing quality, weather performance and security.

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With any kind of door and window hardware, the challenge for the manufacturer is to achieve the right balance between aesthetics and performance.

Of course, a product has to look good to appeal to a client either in the domestic or the commercial market, but it must also meet a whole raft of performance standards governing quality, weather performance and security.

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