GN 226 Knurled handwheels Plastic


GN 226 Knurled handwheels, Plastic

Product description


Knurled handwheels GN 226 are mainly used instead of star and hand knobs for light adjusting or clamping applications.


Technopolymer (Polyamide PA)
  • shock-resistant
  • black, matt finish

Steel, blackened

RoHS compliant

On request

without bore

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GN 226 Knurled handwheels, Plastic sketch

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Thread d2
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Total (net)
plus VAT 0,55 €
gross 3,43 €
In stock
Weight: 0,045 kg
If this article is new in our product range, it may happen that details concerning weight are as yet not listed.
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RoHS compliant: Yes
This article conforms to RoHS, which means it complies with EU Directive 2011/65/EU for restricting the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic devices. The Directive regulates the use of hazardous substances in devices and components. The implementation in national law is summarily described with RoHS(Restriction of (the use of certain) hazardous substances)).
Please note our quantity discounts.
With a total value (net) per order:
from 150 Euro -> 10 % discount
from 250 Euro -> 20 % discount
from 350 Euro -> 30 % discount
All prices in accordance with our price list No. 50, valid from 1 October 2016, plus VAT only valid for Germany.

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