These are the most common type of bolt used for bolt-through fixings of furniture and decorative pieces on doors and cabinets.
This particular nickel-plated M4 Bolt and Sleeve setup is designed with escutcheons and rose-mounted door handles in mind.
They are available in two common screw lengths, both 45mm and 50mm versions. Typically most applications tend to use the 50mm option, based on most doors being around 44mm thick in the UK, and therefore allowing room for the thickness of the furniture you're mounting to the door.
The 45mm version is suitable for door thickness between 41mm-45mm. Whereas the 50mm version is suitable for door thickness between 46mm-50mm. Of course as previously mentioned you should consider if the escutcheons or handles you're mounting to the door will require you to use the 50mm version even if your door thickness is 45mm.
- Written by Jack
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This is an incredibly popular item on our website. It's a bolt-through fixing that's designed to work with door furniture. So, if you happen to get yourselves some door furniture, etc., and maybe your door is slightly too thin to accept a wood screw or the lock case, on the inside, is actually taking up a lot of the meat, etc., then maybe you might want to consider a bolt-through fixing.
These are the actual fixings that we have here. They do come in two different lengths. So, we've got the 50-millimetre one here, but the idea is quite straightforward. On the inside or the outside, depending on which way you decide to use these, you've go yourself this fixing here, if I can take that out. That fixing there will sit in the recess of the actual rose or the handle assembly that you have and then you would drill yourself a hole all the way through the door. Then you would screw the two together and by screwing the two together you are, in effect, clamping the handles onto the door, which makes for a good, stronger fixing than maybe some wood screws would have.
Now this particular one, as I've mentioned is 45 millimetres. There is another size available as well and one side, you'll see, you've got a Phillips head there, you can zoom down on that, and then on the other side then, it's a standard flat head so you'd use the flat blade there to just hold it there and you'd screw the two together.
There's not really much more that could be said. I'll just give you sort of an idea of the measurement of the diameter of this particular piece here because this is the largest part of the whole unit. That's 4.9 millimetres there, so that give you some sort of idea of the size of the hole that you'll need in the furniture. You may have to slightly enlarge it just a little bit perhaps.
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