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GN667 Tubular Handle, Aluminium or Stainless Steel

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GN667 Tubular Handle, Aluminium or Stainless Steel.

These tubular handles are mainly used for handles of oversize lengths, as they can be easily adjusted without further machining. They are made from standard tubing 20 x 1.5 or 30 x 1.5. This makes them extremely versatile.

When longer or special versions are required, an additional shank may be needed; the shanks from GN666.1 may be used for this purpose, for 30 diameter shanks. For handles with longer spans or greater loads, supports are available on request.


Tube diameter 20 x 1,5 / 30 x 1,5

Aluminium, plastic coated, black, RAL 9005, textured finish SW. Anodized, natural colour EL.

Stainless Steel, AISI 304, ground, matt shiny finish NG.

End pieces - plastic, Technopolymer (Polyamide PA), glass fibre reinforced, temperature resistant up to 100°C, black, matt.

Socket head screws DIN 912

Hexagon nuts ISO 4032

Washers DIN 125

Stainless Steel AISI 304

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