Made in the UK | Est. 1939


  • Load Ball Diameter Ø (mm): 19
  • Max Diameter: 63
  • Working Height of Ball: 25

Lockable, machined steel ball transfer units, actioned with composite operating lever.

  • Available with round fixing plate
  • Working height of only 25mm
  • Ideal for retail displays
  • Discreet appearance

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General Specifications - 0520-16-BR

Weight (Kg) 0.180 625 oz
Type 14-50 14-50
Material Carbon steel body, stainless steel ball Carbon steel body, stainless steel ball
Load Ball Diameter Ø (mm) 19 34 in
Fixing Holes 3 3
Fixing Methods Base Base
Environment Indoors - Dry Indoors - Dry
Max Dynamic Loading (Kg) LOAD BALL DOWN 80 176 lbs 5910 oz
Max Dynamic Loading (Kg) LOAD BALL UP 120 264 lbs 845 oz
Dimension A - Max Diameter (mm) 63 212 in
Dimension B - Working Height of Ball (mm) 25 1 in
Dimension F - Base Thickness (mm) 2 110 in
Dimension G - PCD or Centres of Fixing Holes (mm) 50 2 in
Dimension H - Hole Diameter of Fixing Holes (mm) 6.5 14 in
Dimension R - Body Depth 25 25
Dimension V = Centre of Unit to end of handle 48 48

Quality Testing

Quality Testing

ALWAYSE Engineering is quality registered to ISO 9001 and has a rigorous policy of testing, utilising our specially designed test equipment.

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Our current Catalogue 14 is available as a PDF.

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