Handles

A vast choice of handles are available, both in terms of the materials used and the shape, style and function. Steel, stainless steel and aluminium are popular choices, but handles are often made from nylon and polypropylene as well. Types of handles include grab handles, surface mount handles, U shape handles and machine handles. Steel fixed handles are durable and often feature a treated steel thread to give extra strength as well as protecting against corrosion. This is usually the case in aluminium straight handles too. Revolving and foldable handles include useful features, such as easy attachment, free moving revolving handles, and foldable handles that are excellent for saving space. There are a multitude of applications for the various types of handles that are available. From machine handles to pumps to lever knobs. Industrial machinery, machine tools and the automotive and agricultural industries all use handles extensively.

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  1. Hand Cranks
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    Hand cranks are devices that feature an arm and a rotating handle. They are known by various other names, such as lever cranks and crank arms and achieve single arm leverage on industrial applications and machinery. Hand cranks are available in various materials, different sizes of radius and other configurations.

  2. Knobs
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    Knobs are available in various shapes and sizes and are suited for use in an extensive range of applications across several industries. Grip knobs are a common type that provide easy grip. Other types of knob include ball knobs and wing knobs.

  3. Knurled Hand Cranks
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    Knurled hand cranks are devices that use an arm and a rotating handle, in the same way a conventional hand crank does, but have the benefit of a much easier grip. Knurled hand cranks can be fixed, revolving or retractable in design.

  4. Knurled Handwheels
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    Knurled handwheels are typically used for light clamping or adjusting applications, often as an alternative to stat knobs or hand knobs. Knurled handwheels are often constructed from aluminium alloy and stainless steel, although plastics are often also used. Knurled handwheels enable easy grip and are shock resistant.

  5. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.

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