Corbin Russwin Introduces Two New Return-To-Door Levers

New levers combine beauty with accessibility features

Return-to-door levers are required in some jurisdictions to prevent clothing from being caught on the door while exiting the building during an emergency. They also help meet accessibility guidelines by stopping the hand from slipping off the end of the lever.

These new members to Corbin Ruswin's Museo Salvador line, 128 and 129, are not only ideal for meeting local requirements, they continue Corbin Russwin's history of manufacturing aesthetically pleasing, high-quality solutions that can withstand the rigors of commercial applications.

Museo levers provide architects and designers with a myriad of design choices, providing a design continuum throughout a facility and across all types of door hardware, including exit devices, mortise and cylindrical locks and access control locks.  With 39 distinctive lever designs in 13 finishes, it is easy to enhance the look of virtually any opening.