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Load Rating of Cabinet U Handles Tubular Handles In Metal
Material Characteristics of Stainless Steel

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GN425.8 Type A 3D CAD Model
GN425.8 Type B 3D CAD Model


GN425.8 Folding Cabinet U Handle, with Recessed Tray, Steel/Stainless Steel

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Type A - With handle locking in the folded up or folded down position

Type B - With spring return of the handle in the folded down position

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Product Description

GN425.8 Folding Cabinet U Handle with recessed tray, Steel/Stainless Steel

These folding handles, GN 425.8, with recessed tray are ideal if the handle is to protrude by a maximum of 3 mm when folded down.

In type A, the folding handle is held in both end positions by spring loaded thrust pieces.

In type B, the folding handle always spring returns to the starting position after being released, preventing it from protruding with potentially interfering effect.


Folding handle

Steel - Chrome-plated CR

Stainless Steel - AISI 303, matt, shot blasted NI

Tray - Zinc die-casting, plastic coated. Black, RAL 9005, textured finish SW. Silver, RAL 9006, textured finish SR.

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