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What material corresponds to door hardware is better?
The quality of indoor door lock hardware should be considered in terms of material, craftsmanship and fluency. The materials are aluminum alloy, stainless steel, zinc alloy, and copper, but which material corresponds to which product is better What? How about the price of each material? What is the difference between the quality of different materials?

1. Copper door locks are relatively rare in materials, and the price is of course the highest. With the softer characteristics of copper materials, panel locks, split locks, and door locks can be made and can be designed. The appearance of complex and beautiful shapes and patterns is very good. Therefore, high-end users like copper locks, which are often used in high-end buildings such as hotels, mansions, and villas.

2. In the case of zinc alloy, the price of these door locks is mid-range. If electroplated, the color is good and the anti-corrosion effect is good. Especially the zinc alloy door lock after seven-layer electroplating, whether it is the feel or the appearance, is very suitable for urban people. The aesthetics is the material preferred by well-off families, so home decoration is used a lot, a good-looking door lock is the finishing touch of the whole house;

3. Stainless steel and aluminum alloy door locks have similar prices and are of low-priced materials. It does not mean that their quality is not good, because these two materials are rich in raw material resources, the production process is simple, and the price is a bit more popular. In fact, they are also good for anti-corrosion, but if they are surface treated, the coloring effect is average, so they are generally used on the doors of companies or public places.


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