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GN126 Adjustable Flat Tension Levers, Zinc Die Casting, Threaded Steel Stud

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GN126 Adjustable Flat Tension Levers, Zinc Die Casting, Threaded Steel Stud

Adjustable flat tension levers GN 126 have a low height and a timelessly elegant design.

They are ideal whenever swiveling in a confined space is required or the lever is to be clamped in a particular position. The threaded insert / bored bushing is attached to the handle with serrations.

Pulling the lever disengages the serrations, allowing it to be swiveled to the ideal clamping position. On releasing the handle, the serrations re-engage automatically.

Specification

Handle - Zinc die casting.

Plastic coated. Black, RAL 9005, textured finish SW. Silver, RAL 9006, textured finish SR.

Hub cover - Plastic, black for SW, light gray for SR.

Countersunk screw - Stainless steel, chemically blackened for SW, blank for SR.

Threaded stud - Steel, blackened

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