Made in the UK | Est. 1939

Thread Fixing Unit 2005

Features large support area with greater stability, designed for a drilled hole fixing. Available in various thread lengths (Dimension N). Can be specified with optional additional nuts, alternative thread sizes and dirt exit hole. Available in a number of materials – roll over the Types below  to see details of the materials for load ball, support balls and housing.

  LOAD CAPACITY    
  LOAD BALL UP LOAD BALL DOWN    
Type 13
All Carbon Steel
140kg 60kg Add to Enquiry Compare
Type 15
All Stainless Steel
140kg 60kg Add to Enquiry Compare
Type 16
Carbon Steel with Stainless balls
140kg 60kg Add to Enquiry Compare

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