Our company produces handles for doors and windows using the most innovative processes and five principal materials.
An alloy of copper and zinc, brass is a cornerstone of GHIDINI manufacturing. Our factories transform the raw material into semi-finished brass using die-casting, hot stamping, shearing, drawing and turning on ingots, extruded bar, sheets, and drawn bars.
Brass products are durable and guarantee a quality finish to internal and external doors, entrance doors, and windows. Thanks to the skilled workmanship of our on-site technicians, brass can be successfully used to create handles for antique doors or contemporary handles on both internal and external doors.
Zalor is a registered trademark for a special alloy of zinc, aluminium and magnesium.
The product is particularly suited for the die-casting processes we use in producing articles that undergo post-surface finishing galvanic treatments (gilding, nickel plating, rhodium plating and chrome plating) as well as the exclusive GHI.CO.TEC treatment.
Aluminium is one of the most useful non-ferrous materials in handle manufacturing.
Its strength lies in its low specific gravity and high resistance to corrosion, which can be further improved through anodic oxidation processes and, thanks to our research, through the innovative GHI.CO.TEC treatment.
Lightweight and durable, aluminium handles are ideal for creating modern, essential, minimalist and linear window handles.
The high quality of our aluminium products means the handles are very easy to clean and require minimum care and maintenance.
Nylon is the trade name of polyamide 6.6, a synthetic thermoplastic resin with advanced mechanical properties and good resistance to chemical agents. All nylon products are injection moulded at our production facilities. The versatility of nylon handles mean they can now be used in both the office and modern homes with equally impressive results. An informed choice that can be a real must thanks to the elegant and discreet appearance bestowed by this important design element.
Steel is an iron alloy containing up to 2% carbon, along with other elements that give the metal certain customisable characteristics.
Steel is commonly divided into general purpose steel and special steel, such as stainless steel, with greater oxidation and corrosion resistance due the presence of nickel and chromium alloy.
Stainless steel handles are generally recommended where a component needs to be resistant to corrosion, scratches, impacts and wear. It is also an easy-to-clean, robust and solid material, whose specific properties make it preferable in many living or commercial contexts.