Trimco’s FG Series of frame guards allows protection from wheeled equipment hitting and damaging door frames. Equipment such as wheelchairs, gurneys, heavy food carts and hospital beds will be deflected from hitting the door frame by the built-in roller. This product is manufactured from stainless steel and available in 3 standard sizes: 24″, 35″ and 42″. Custom sizes are available.
Trimco’s DC050 is a door cap used to reinforce wood doors with flush bolts or concealed vertical rods that have been damaged due to high use or abuse. The heavy-duty door caps are manufactured from .050” stainless steel, brass or bronze and can be produced to work with any manufacturers hardware. Used with beveled or non-beveled doors and with options for surface mounting or thru-bolting, Trimco’s DC050 Door Cap’s are flexible to work in just about any application.
Trimco’s 1185 Series Door Pulls are uniquely designed to make the world healthier, while being durable, flexible, and highly customizable. These pulls are offered with Healthy Hardware™ copper alloy touch surfaces which are proven to kill bacteria and help prevent the spread of disease.
Trimco’s T-Etch is a special acid etching process that produces a high definition graphic with slight texturing. Logo’s and images can be etched into protection plates, push plates, pull plates and signage to showcase your brand.
The 5022 Unit Lock Adapter is a quick and easy retro-fit installation on any door and most manufacturers’ unit locks. The adapter installs in minutes in place of the old lock. Now offered with an astragal for exterior doors (5022A) to resist attacks against the latch bolt and strike.
The 1110 Series Flush Pulls offer a sleek and modern design in a multitude of sizes and finishes. These flush pulls will add elegance to your pocket or barn doors.
Simon Family Brings on Partners Bennett and Matusz
Founded in 1949 by three former employees of Builders Brass Works in Los Angeles, Triangle Brass Manufacturing Co, Inc. (doing business as Trimco) was acquired by the Simon family from the two remaining owners, Charles Schuessler and Herbert Wilzig. As the second generation of family owners, the Simons changed the face of the company by developing innovative and patented products, as well as through the acquisitions of Builders Brass Works (1994), The Kick Plate Company (1977), Quality Hardware Company (1998) and West Guard Company (1999). Through economic ups and downs, as well as family tragedy, the Simons continued to lead Trimco into a new decade.
In early 2014, the Simon family brought on two new partners, Jason Bennett and Adam Matusz. As the third generation to own and operate the business, Jason and Adam are charged with developing and executing a long-term strategy to take Trimco into the future. With modernization and expansion as the basis for growth, Trimco is positioned for another long run of new and exciting adventures.