Brass has been wrongly decried as the “gold of the common people”. It is currently experiencing a renaissance – particularly as skilfully placed accents in upscale housing. Brass fittings are available on the market in a large number of alloys and at a wide range of prices. However, just because something shines like gold does not mean that it is actually made of real brass. Except at FSB: the Brakel-based company uses only the copper zinc alloy CuZn37, which contains approx. 64% copper as defined by the German standard DIN 17 660.
Six finishes and a choice of 14 different door lever models in both classic and modern designs ensure a perfect match for any setting – and taste. The models are available as lever, bathroom and lever/knob sets and can be combined with matching window handles and accessories.
FSB 4305 is a finish that polishes itself through daily use. Any parts that remain untouched take on a natural patina depending upon environmental conditions and where they are mounted.
Those who would like to combine a matt Brushed Satin finish with the aesthetic appeal of a patinated surface should choose FSB 4306. The matt finish shines with the same characteristics as a waxed surface. The same is true for the finishes FSB 4305 and FSB 4684.
Chromium-plating yields a wear and corrosion-resistant surface that is easy to clean. The uniquely cool colour of the FSB 4705 finish, which is sold in select stores, blends perfectly with modern interiors. Special prominence is lent to the styling of the FSB door lever design.
More details on www.fsb.de/newbrass.