After a rigorous look at options in the market, we simply couldn't find a recessed linear pull we were happy recommending to our customers. So we designed and manufactured our own specifically for sliding wood doors. Asta is the perfect flush-mounted finger pull, allowing a door to fully clear the opening. Like all Krownlab products, Asta’s materials, finishing, and proportions have been carefully scrutinized, creating a product with an elegant geometric look and long-lasting performance.
THE PERFECT PROPORTIONS
Asta's proportions are just right. Available in 10", 16", and 23" lengths, all 1-3/4" wide. The interior of the pull allows for a comfortable natural grip, easily moving the largest doors with ease. The 16" long version pairs nicely with our 18" Inger rail/protruding pull, fully concealing all fasteners. This provides a perfect front-to-back combination for full door travel. The 23" long version pairs nicely with our 24" Kor pull, fully concealing all fasteners as well.
MACHINED FROM SOLID STAINLESS
We machine Asta pull from solid plates of 300-series stainless steel for a sturdy construction that clearly gives a high-quality feel. The face has a precise linear grain that matches that of our sliding door hardware systems. Concealed fasteners provide an elegant touch. Asta is proudly made in the USA. Expect it to last a lifetime.
Our step-by-step product builder ensures you'll get the right configuration for your installation. And don’t worry about making the wrong selection. We review every order to make sure our hardware works with your project. Need further assistance? Just give us a call: 503 292 6998. We're here to help.
This premium directional finish is consistently our most popular. Parts are precisely textured with a fine linear or circular grain. Often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish, the fine linear graining is smooth to the touch and adds a sophisticated texture to the product.
This premium linear or circular grain finish is far from lost in the rich black color of the product. Often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish, this fine graining is smooth to the touch and adds a sophisticated texture to the product. The final finish is either achieved through a specialized two-step electrolytic anodizing process, or a highly durable etching process. Unlike paint, plating, and powder coat, this finish will not crack, chip, or flake.