Association of Builders' Hardware Manufacturers

The Association of Builders' Hardware Manufacturers (ABHM) and Door and Shutter Manufacturers' Association (DSMA) have merged to form the Door and Hardware Federation (DHF)

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Series details Title Year Status
Code of practice: materials and surface finishes for hardware 1993 Red
Controlled door closing devices to BS EN 1154 1997 Red
Controlled door closing devices to BS EN 1154 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Cylinders for locks to BS EN 1303 - best practice guide 1999 Red
Cylinders for locks to BS EN 1303 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Door and window bolts to BS EN 12051 2000 Red
Door and window bolts to BS EN 12051 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Door co-ordinator devices to BS EN 1158 1998 Red
Door co-ordinator devices to BS EN 1158 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Electrically powered hold-open devices to BS EN 1155 1998 Red
Electrically powered hold-open devices to BS EN 1155 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Hardware essential to the optimum performance of fire-resisting timber doorsets. COP. (Withdrawn) 1993 Red
Hardware for sliding doors and folding doors to BS EN 1527 1999 Red
Hardware for sliding doors and folding doors to BS EN 1527 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Lever handles and knob furniture to BS EN 1906 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Lever handles and knob furniture to BS EN 1906 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Padlocks and padlock fittings to BS EN 12320 - best practice guide 2001 Red
Padlocks and padlock fittings to BS EN 12320 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Panic and emergency exit devices to BS EN 1125 and BS EN 179 1998 Red
Panic and emergency exit devices to BS EN 1125 and BS EN 179 - best practice guide 2003 Red
Secured by design award scheme 1999 Red
Single-axis hinges to BS EN 1935 - best practice guide 2003 Red
PUB Hardware essential to the optimum performance of fire-resisting timber doorsets. COP (Withdrawn) 1993 Red

 

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