Secustik®

With Secustik® technology, an integrated locking mechanism makes it difficult for burglars to shift the window fitting from the outside. You can also hear this additional level of security: the self-securing lock mechanism engages with a precise click at different handle positions.
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Secustik® – Jamming mechanism to prevent the window hardware from being moved unlawfully from outside
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The window handle with the built-in security you can hear

Our Secustik® window handles contain a jamming-device which provides integrated security. This makes it more difficult to move the window fitting unlawfully from outside. It works by a coupling element acting as a sort of mechanical diode. This allows for normal use of the window handle from inside, but jams the handle if anyone tries to turn it from outside by way of the fitting.

As the handle is turned through 180 degrees from the closed position to the tilt position, the jamming-device makes a series of clicks – proof of the built-in security you can hear.

  • Blocking mechanism of the Secustik® window handle
    This is how the typical Secustik® clicks are made
    Blocking mechanism of the Secustik® window handle
  • As the window handle is moved on, the sprung security bolts “1” click as they go over special cut-outs “2” in the housing, indicating the built-in security.
    As the window handle is moved on, the sprung security bolts “1” click as they go over special cut-outs “2” in the housing, indicating the built-in security.
  • As the handle is turned, the security bolts “1” are carried by the coupling element “3” to the individual cut-outs “2”, producing the clicking sound.
    As the handle is turned, the security bolts “1” are carried by the coupling element “3” to the individual cut-outs “2”, producing the clicking sound.
  • As a break-in is attempted, the security bolts “1” are forced into special cut-outs “2” in the housing by a second coupling element “3”.
    How does Secustik® technology work?
    As a break-in is attempted, the security bolts “1” are forced into special cut-outs “2” in the housing by a second coupling element “3”.
  • It is in this position that the security bolts “1” make it more difficult to turn the window handle from outside.
    It is in this position that the security bolts “1” make it more difficult to turn the window handle from outside.

View Secustik® window handles in the product catalogue

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