Wide range of drawer slides in stock. Including slides of all variance from Linear slides to draw slide for specific applications. All of these slides are made from either zinc-plated steel or stainless steel and are designed and crafted so as to get the full potential from each slide.
A 3 beam stainless steel slide to support up to 45kg. Hold-in detent when slide closed and positive stop. Lever disconnect for easy drawer removal.
A 3 beam slide to support up to 200kg load, with positive stop. Cold rolled steel drawer slide, tested to 40,000 usage cycles.
3 beam full extension drawer slide, supprts up to 80kg. Hold-in detent when slide is closed prevents drawer from sliding open. Tested to 80,000 cycles.
Full extension drawer slide, light duty and low profile. Disconnect lever, positive stop and detent holds the drawer closed.
Soft close drawer slide, supports up to 30kg. Quick release via disconnect lever. Slide slows, then pulls in to close.
Self-closing (via dual spring) - toward end of slide closing stroke, pulls draw into fully closed position. Hold-in detent when slide closed. Positive stop. Rails can be disconnected via pressing disconnect lever.
Drawer slide terms
Slide length (sl) The longest dimension of a fully closed slide, this should not exceed the depth of cabinet in which slide is installed.
Slide travel (tr) Distance a drawer slide moves from fully closed position.
(slide length + slide travel = fully extended slide length).
Full extension - This type of drawer slide can be extended 100% of slide length, this is standard for most 3 piece drawer slides. - a
3/4 extension - This type of drawer slide extends to approx. 75% of the slide length, this is standard for most 2 piece drawer slides.
Positive stop Drawer stops at extended/open position but does not lock or detent.
Positive lock Drawer is fi rmly held in extended/open position by means of a mechanical catch. Drawer is released by depressing a lever and pushing drawer inward. From the extended/open position the same slide may be disconnected by depressing the lever and pulling the drawer out.
Hold-in detent Drawer is fi rmly held in closed position, and released by pulling drawer open (also known as positive catch).
Lever disconnect From the extended/open position the slide may be disconnected by depressing lever and pulling drawer out.
Self-closing Toward end of drawer slide closing stroke, slide is drawn into the fully closed position.
Soft self-closing Toward end of drawer slide closing stroke, slide movement is slowed and then drawn into fully closed position.
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