Ironmongery

Ironmongery

Ironmongery originally referred, first, to the manufacture of iron goods and, second, to the place of sale of such items for domestic rather than industrial use. In both contexts, the term has expanded to include items made of steel, aluminium, brass, or other metals, as well as plastics.

The term ironmonger as a supplier of consumer goods is still widely used in Great Britain, the US equivalent being "hardware store". Many architectural ironmongery items (for example, door handles, locks, hinges, etc.) are also manufactured for wholesale and commercial use in offices and other buildings.


Barrel & Tower Bolts

Barrel & Tower Bolts

A rod-shaped bolt for fastening a door or the like, attached to one side of the door at the edge an..

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Concrete Nails

Concrete Nails

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Door Handle

Door Handle

A door handle is an attached object or mechanism used either by turning or pushing to manually open..

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Door stopper

Door stopper

Door stoppers are easy to install. They are designed to protect walls and doors by preventing them ..

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Hinge

Hinge

A hinge is a mechanical bearing that connects two solid objects, typically allowing only a limited a..

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Mortice Lock

Mortice Lock

A lock that is set within the body of a door in a recess or mortise, as opposed to one attached to t..

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Overhead Door Closers

Overhead Door Closers

Overhead door closers are the most common, and they’re widely used throughout commercial properties...

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Padlocks (Types: Outdoor, Shutter, Combination, Laminated etc.)

Padlocks (Types: Outdoor, Shutter, Combination, Laminated etc.)

Padlocks are portable locks with a shackle that may be passed through an opening (such as a chain l..

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WC Indicator Privacy Door Lock
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