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T-Concepts Discusses ADA-Compliant Door Solutions

Most people notice the beautiful satin nickle-plated finish on a door handle, or the way the door opens seamlessly and noiselessly, allowing passage before closing just as seamlessly behind. But few think about the intricacies of ADA door compliance. ADA-Compliant Ladder Pull with Black Finish Count among those few Michelle and Paul Witherby, COO and CEO of T-Concepts Solutions, a family-owned business that provides architectural glass door handles and pulls. ADA-Compliant Bo...
Tags: Accessories, Books, Hardware, Ada, Americans with Disabilities Act, Coo, Michelle, Door Handles, ADA Compliance, Door Handle, ADA compliant door handles, ADA compliant door hardware, Door Levers, Door Pulls, T-Concept Solutions, Paul Witherby

I Love This Over-Engineered Door Handle That Wipes Itself Down With Disinfectant After Every Use

Necessity breeds innovation, and during this pandemic that has resulted in some unique ways to curb the spread of Covid-19. Door handles in well-trafficked locations are notoriously dirty and a hot spot for viruses, so a Swiss company called Tweaq has created what it’s calling the “world’s first smart…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Door, Cartridge, Handle, Disinfectant, Door Handle, Manufactured Goods, Academic Disciplines, Door Furniture, Tweaq

Piston Slap: Portal Protection for an Erratic Winter? 

TTAC Commentator Arthur Dailey writes: Sajeev,  As I look outside a the terrible weather, I felt it was opportune to ask you (and the B&B) a relatively simple yet timely question about preventing car door freezing: door handles, windows, etc, during the freeze and thaw cycles that we are increasingly experiencing. On Sunday our temperature […] The post Piston Slap: Portal Protection for an Erratic Winter?  appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Cold, Winter, Snow, Ice, Autos, Protection, Freezing, Road Salt, Lubrication, Piston Slap, TTAC, Arthur Dailey, Door Handle, Door Lock, Door Latch, Car Door Freezing

This 3D printed door latch can be unlocked with a PIN code, yet doesn’t require electricity

The PIN pad consists of a series of springs, some of which are “locked” and other which are not. By pressing the correct combination on the pad, the springs all switch to the unlocked position, allowing the latch to open. The post This 3D printed door latch can be unlocked with a PIN code, yet doesn’t require electricity appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Trends, Research, 3d Printing, Cool Tech, Hasso Plattner Institute, Metamaterial, Door Handle, PIN pad