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GN300.1 Adjustable Hand Lever, Zinc Die Cast, Stainless Steel Insert

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GN300.1 Adjustable Hand Lever, Zinc Die Cast, Stainless Steel Insert

These adjustable hand levers, GN 300.1, are ideal whenever parts have to be clamped in a confined space or in a particular lever position. The centre insert is connected to the lever via serrations which can easily be disengaged.

Pulling the lever disengages the serrations and allows it to be swivelled to the ideal clamping position. On releasing the lever the serrations automatically re-engage.


Handle - Zinc die casting

Plastic coated

black - SW RAL 9005, textured finish.

black - SZ RAL 9011, silk finish.

orange - OS RAL 2004, textured finish.

red - RS RAL 3000, textured finish.

grey - GR, available whilst stocks last.

green - GN. available whilst stocks last.

silver - SR RAL 9006, textured finish.

chrome plated - CR

uncoated - RH

Threaded stud and retaining screw - Stainless Steel AISI 303

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