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PostPosted: Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:12 am 
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Timber framed double glazed window, side hung sash approx 550 w by 140 h. Proportionally, where would you surface mount
two cockspur handles? I ask because I was visiting and looking out of a window and thought "Why there?". :scratch:

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Off the top of my head, (without looking at a window and measuring) probably about 350mm up/down from top/bottom. It could change, depending on the height of the window from the floor.

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i would have though central to keep it standard in a factory setting :dunno:
so you dont have to think left or right hung :dunno:

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I recall reading somewhere that the handle should be approximately shoulder level between 56" and 60" from floor level. From there it is then brought to an acceptable aesthetic position. I think the majority of UPVC windows are centred as there is no way of knowing where shoulder height would be in production. What I have said could all be b*llocks though :lol:

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