DDA compliant door handles must comply with the The Australian Federal Government’s 1992 Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
These requirements ensure DDA door handles are easily found and designed for ease of use. The design requirements for lever handles is a maximum of 45mm from the door surface to the door handle, this prevents the chance of clothing or equipment being caught on the door handle. A minimum of 20mm return is also required.
Lemaar is an Australian owned business, and our range of DDA compliant door hardware has been designed in Australia to comply with the Australian Disability Discrimination Act.
Lemaar offers a great range of DDA compliant door handles in a range of colours.
The Gala entrance set front door handle is a stylish DDA compliant option. The Gala entrance door handle is part of the Gala complete solution with matching DDA compliant passage and privacy interior door handles.
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The Tarifa range is available in passage and privacy handles, in black and satin chrome finishes, with a narrow 53mm rosette. The Tarifa black has multiple layers of hard-wearing black coating, which is more durable and easier to maintain than other powder coated products on the market.
Lemaar’s DDA range has been designed for ease of installation for DIYers and tradies.
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