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YALIS hardware can supply your architectural ironmongery requirements, from door handles to door hinges, door chains to door viewers, door guards to door bolts and door closers, YALIS access you a series for door ideas based on zinc alloy and stainless hardware.
YALIS hardware can adapt to your constructional projects, and here are some of our construction projects and buildings located in different parts of the world.



 


Lake City


Australia Riverstone

International Lake City is located in Chongqing, the developer is Xiangjiang International China Real Estate Co., Ltd. This project included both commercials and residential, such as hotels, villas, offices, apartments, and tourist sightseeings. YALIS is honored to participate this project and be one member to provide door hardware fittings.   Australia Riverstone has been adapted to YALIS BF74204 split lock series for its whole project. With satisfaction on the quality, YALIS has started a long term cooperated relationship in the Australian market.


 


Blooming Da Nang

 


Autumn Garden

Blooming Tower is the first twin tower project in Da Nang City which was started construction in June 2008 with the construction scale of each 37-storey tower. Items provided: Smart lock for HIONE apartment main door and lock with Yalis accessories.   Autumn Garden is located in Shanghai, the CBD area. They adopted YALIS BF7037 split lock series for its whole project. Combining villas with high-end quality door hardware, define houses has been made up.


 


Hotel Baltschug Kempinski Moscow

 


Jordan Springs in Israel

YALIS BF series door handles, have been used in Hotel Baltschug in Kempinski, Moscow. YALIS, the specific door locks provider for the project.   Israel Jordan Springs is a popular project which includes 3 lakes, shopping malls,and gardens.It's a project about 230 hm² that uses YALIS BF74223 & BF74229 split locks across time.





 

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