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CRL Floor Mounted Bottom Free-Swinging Pivot

Item #: 1NT402
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Minimum Order Quantity : 1
Unit of Measure : each

Shipping Weight : 9.92 Ounces
Shipping Limitations : None
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CRL Floor Mounted Bottom Free-Swinging Pivot
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CRL Floor Mounted Bottom Free-Swinging Pivot
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Los Angeles, California 856
Dallas, Texas 11
Chicago (Elgin), Illinois 14
San Francisco/Oakland (Union City), California 7
Atlanta, Georgia 55
New York Area (Secaucus, New Jersey) 68
Boston (Taunton), Massachusetts 21
Orlando, Florida 16
Denver, Colorado 20
Seattle (Kent), Washington 45
Cleveland (Solon), Ohio 21
Philadelphia Area (Moorestown, New Jersey) 18
Phoenix, Arizona 6
Las Vegas, Nevada 14
Houston, Texas 11
Miami, Florida 21
San Diego, California 2
Carolinas and Virginia, South Carolina 34
Product details
  • Spindle Size
    7/8 in. (22 mm)
  • Weight Capacity
    440 lbs. (199.6 kg)
  • Width
    1 in. (25 mm)
Product Overview
  • 7/8" (22 mm) Flat Tapered Spindle
  • 440 Lb. (200 kg) Capacity

CRL Floor Mounted Free-Swinging Pivot with 7/8" (22 mm) flat tapered type spindle for use with CRL Patch and Door Rail Systems.

This pivot provides a 440 lb. (200 kg) weight capacity to support heavier glass doors commonly used with bottom Door Rails and Patch Fittings.

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