We offer three families of door pulls: Ebba, Olav, and Inger. Each have distinct features to consider when choosing the right door pull for your project. And with multiple finishes available for each, no matter what your project calls for, there is the perfect Krownlab door pull solution.
For Maximum Opening Width
In some installations you need your sliding door to open to the maximum width. For this you‘ll select a low-profile door pull so there is no impediment. You can even configure door travel so that when your door is opened at its widest, the door panel and the wall are even.
Ebba is our ring-style door pull and sits almost flush with the panel. It is available in two different configurations. In the open setup, Ebba provides a knothole glimpse of the adjoining room. Closed, the hardware has more surface area to showcase our premium material, while maintaining a deep gripping surface. Both configurations protrude a scant 3/16” from the door panel and are the perfect match for any of our stainless steel sliding door systems.
The Olav door pull is another great low-profile option and extends just a ¼” from the door panel. Olav is available in Raw Steel and Black Steel finishes and is the perfect companion piece for our Axel hardware.
For the Most Ergonomic Solution
Inger is our rail-style door pull and extends a full 2” from the door panel. Inger’s incredibly generous gripping surface makes it a very natural solution. And with three lengths available, it’s easy to match Inger with your installation. Go strictly for function with 18", make a bold statement with our full-length 90" version, or strike a balance at 48".
When you plan your sliding door system, be sure to consider that because of Inger’s striking, ergonomic design, the door panel will not be able to fully clear the door opening and be flush with the door jamb. You’ll want to install the door stops at an appropriate location to prevent Inger from impacting the wall in door travel.
When One Sided Works Best
Installing your door pull on only one side of your door panel is great for a closet or a low-use room. Because the door pull is installed on the side of the door panel that faces the room, there is no concern of it impacting the wall during door travel. In these types of installations, you can use any door pull you like, while maintaining the widest opening possible.
Still Have Questions?
We pride ourselves on providing excellent technical customer support. If you have a tricky door pull question or simply prefer one style of door pull over the other, and want to make sure it works with your project, give us a call. We’re here to help: 800 356 8586.