Pull hardware | Article about pull hardware by The Free Dictionary
A fixed handle or grip used to pull a door open.
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Pocket doors are great, but the standard door edge pull hardware
is anything but Universal Design and can be so annoying.
All pull hardware
is placed no more than 48 inches above the floor and is designed to grasp easily with one hand.
Flush recessed pull hardware
requires fine hand function to operate, Projecting surface mounted pull hardware
is easy to grasp and operate but reduces the openings width.