Getting A Handle On 3-Star Security

A door handle

Brisant Secure has launched the Ultion security handle, part of a new three-star security solution. The solution offers a two-star security handle with an Ultion one-star lock.

The first of its kind, Ultion’s security handle has seamless curves to prevent burglars using tools to get a grip on it so they can rip it from the door. The fully-reinforced Ultion handle can’t be crushed by mole grips either and the fixings thread perfectly through hardened steel bosses to stop twisting.

Inside the handle, a molybdenum cylinder shield protects against drilling and lock-snapping, the most common form of attack.

Uliton’s security handle's curves also make it looks great and last as the curves repel the elements. It also has six coats of corrosion protection.

It is suited with Ultion’s Sweet door furniture so homeowners can choose from a range of eight finishes: anthracite, white, gold, stainless steel, black, chrome and rose gold.



When combined with the Ultion Star lock, this two-star handle achieves the maximum three-star Kitemark security, a police preferred specification and is backed by Ultion’s £2,000 security guarantee which is paid to a homeowner should the lock be breached.


 “Most people would be horrified at how flimsy most door handles are. With the right tools they can be ripped off the door in a few seconds, leaving the cylinder exposed to break-ins.”

– Nick Dutton 

CEO, Brisant-Secure


No compromise

"Until now, very few consider using a security handle because they are expensive, bulky and weather badly," adds Brisant-Secure's Dutton. “The launch of our new two-star security handle is a game-changer. There are no weak points – we’ve designed them out. And there are no compromises with looks or corrosion resistance either. For the first time, homeowners and installers don’t have to choose between security and looks."

Picture: New Ultion 3* security solution with 2* fully-suited security handle. Watch an attack on the lock on the link below.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
14th October 2021


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