Published: 6th June 2012
Leading profile manufacturer, Spectus Window Systems, has introduced a new range of hardware products, called Spectus Safeware, which is exclusively available for its fabricators.
The launch of the Spectus Hardware range – comprising over 200 items including hinges, locks and cylinders – means that, for the very first time, fabricators will be able to save time, money and effort by ordering the Spectus market leading profile and accompanying hardware in just one phone call.
The new hardware range comes with the promise of a high quality product at a competitive price. The end result is a range that has a sleek and smooth fit, ultimately facilitating a fabricator’s sale to their customer. Together with the support of Spectus Safeware specialists, who have detailed knowledge of the range, fabricators can feel supported while enjoying the benefits of less invoices and delivery charges too.
Spectus marketing manager, Joanna Plane said: “Our aim is to make life easier for our busy customers and with this new offering they will now have a single point of contact for orders and a single payment facility. We’re offering high quality accessories to go with their profile, underpinned by full and on time delivery.
“The range is available in popular white, gold, black and an aesthetically pleasing chrome, which we believe will be a fashionable choice. At Spectus, we have always prided ourselves on providing the best quality, service and range, and now we’re adding simplicity to the ordering process so fabricators can operate with extra efficiency. Having listened to feedback, we’re confident that our new offering is going to be very well received.”
For the first time, Spectus will offer customers a 3D flag hinge that can carry loads of up to 120 kg per door. Fitting seamlessly with the Spectus system, the hinge options deliver on both aesthetics and security, meeting all requirements under BSI PAS 24.
For more details about the full range or to place an order email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01625 420400.< Back to News Page