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Sargent Introduces New Decorative Levers To Gramercy Series For Studio Collection



 
          NEW HAVEN, CT – SARGENT Manufacturing Company (www.sargentlock.com), a market leader in locksets, cylinders, door closers and related products, and an ASSA ABLOY Group company, announces the addition of two new decorative levers to its Gramercy Series line for Studio Collection™.
          The Sargent Studio Collection offering, which provides designers, architects and end-users with more decorative suiting options, now includes the RAG and RGM levers.
The RAG lever showcases a grooved insert, providing a distinct, contemporary look.  This lever suites with Rockwood’s LineaMet and LineaTek architectural door pulls and coat hooks as well as McKinney’s GT grooved hinge tip.
The RGM lever features two machined bands at the end of the grip, providing a subtle and minimalist detail.  This lever suites with Rockwood’s new Groove architectural door pulls and coat hooks and McKinney’s LT lined hinge tip.
          Available in polished or satin stainless steel, these new levers grow the Gramercy Series offering from six to eight styles. Both levers are available on exit devices, tubular and mortise locks, and access control and electromechanical products, providing a cohesive overall design. The collection of door hardware is showcased through ASSA ABLOY’s Good Design Studio.
 
About SARGENT
Founded in the early 1800s, SARGENT is a market leader in locksets, cylinders, door closers, exit devices, electromechanical products and access control systems for new construction, renovations and replacement applications.  The company’s customer base includes commercial construction, institutional and industrial markets. SARGENT is a wholly owned subsidiary of ASSA ABLOY, the world’s leading lock group.  For more information, call SARGENT at 800-727-5477 or visit www.sargentlock.com.
 
About ASSA ABLOY
          ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user demands for security, safety and convenience.
 





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