Paige Migneault Door Knob May 20th, 2018 - 10:42:04
Most door knob manufacturers are also wholesale suppliers and exporters. The commonly used materials for making door knobs are brass iron wood wire ceramic stainless steel and aluminum. Door knob is a handle used for opening and closing a door. Door knobs are often sold as complete locksets. Porcelain door knob/rosette assemblies are offered for both sides of the door. Passage/privacy sets consists of a latch faceplate and strikeplate. Wholesale door knobs are available for different purposes such as passage privacy etc. Dummy door knobs are also available which are non-functioning and are used on closets and French doors.
If the door opens outwards the flat side should look outwards too if it opens to the inside the flat side should look inwards. Now slip in the cylinder through the door knob hole while holding the opening and closing mechanism pushed in so that it fits into the space provided for it in the door knob cylinder. Find the two large screws and the metal cover that go on the inside and screw it in place. Make sure it is tight but not overly tight. Test this by tuning the outside knob the opening and closing mechanism should retract without resistance.
There are people who collect all sorts of thing. From dolls to bottle caps there is a collection for nearly every personality. Some people even get all worked up over the old knobs on doors and have started collections out of antique door knobs. Were not sure how this collection happened. Maybe is started when an old door was going to be thrown out and there was a nostalgic moment and the knob was kept as a memory. Then that knob called out for more knobs and a collecting frenzy was underway. No matter the reason for them antique door knob collections are very popular and can be very expensive.
I am sure that if you follow these simple instructions and keep an eye on the diagram included with your new door knob you will have no problems you might even enjoy yourself doing some handyman work. My name is Cesar Batres. Through life I have had to learn how to do many things by myself instead of having someone do them for me. After many years of learning and doing I can say that I have saved a lot of money in the process and have also learned all kinds of useful things it is my desire to share these with you in simple easy to follow instructions.