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  1. Ezlok SP758 Handle Spindles 90mm
    Ezlok SP758/759 Handle Spindles
    Ezlok SP758/759 Handle Spindles are replacement straight spindle bars that suit ...
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    $1.30 $1.08
  2. Winkhaus Split Spindle Set
    Winkhaus Split Spindle Set
    Winkhaus Split Spindle Set can be used to replace damaged UPVC door handle parts...
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    $1.70 $1.42
  3. ERA Split Spindle
    ERA Split Spindle
    ERA split spindle can be used to replace damaged parts in a split spindle lock. ...
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    $1.70 $1.42
  4. Fullex Split Spindle
    Fullex Split Spindle
    Fullex Split Spindle that can be added to door locks so that they automatically ...
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    $1.70 $1.42
  5. Ezlok G-U Split Spindle
    Ezlok G-U Split Spindle
    Ezlok Split Spindle suits a range of locks and handles including G-U. Can be cut...
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    $1.70 $1.42
  6. FUHR Split Spindle
    FUHR Split Spindle
    A FUHR split spindle designed to automatically latch the door when shut, necessi...
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    $6.46 $5.38
  7. Hoppe Asgard Screw And Spindle Pack White
    Hoppe Asgard Door Handle Screw and Spindle Pack
    Hoppe Asgard Door Handle Screw and Spindle Pack. To suit hoppe asgard mpl handle...
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    $4.56 $3.80
  8. VERSA Split Spindle
    VERSA Split Spindle
    VERSA Split Spindle. Designed to allow the split spindle funtion on the versa mp...
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    $3.18 $2.65

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Spindles are found on many types of doors and windows and come in various lengths and diameters. The main use of a spindle is to allow the handle to operate the locking mechanism also know as a gear box. The 2 main types are a solid spindle which is the most common, this is just a solid bar that penetrates the lock and is connected to the handle to allow operation. The other less popular type that is often found on UPVC door locks is a split spindle, this usually has a pin in the middle allowing each side to operate independently, the reason for this is that on multipoint locks with a split follower it will allow the latch to be retracted from inside only, but allow you to lift the handle from the outside to lock the door, these are also used on many types of escape locks.