New Waterproof Lift-Lever Pull Handles from aMsp

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Eliminates Difficulties Typically Caused by CAM Resistance

All Metric Small Parts - aMsp a leading provider of metric hardware components announced the availability of the MAKT31M1THA505... Series of lift-lever pull handles that have an added waterproofing, making them ideal for use in outdoor applications or applications in a damp, wet, climate. These cylindrical lock-type handles can be ordered with or without a key option. All three sizes, that range from 86 mm to 142 mm and have width of 28 mm to 32 mm can be used for both left and right side applications, simply by changing the position of the CAM. Uses for these pull-handles include distribution boards/panels, control boards, telecommunication devices, office automation appliances and marine environments. The key can be made for either locked or unlocked positions if requested.

Their rectangular shape ranges in length from 86 mm to 142 mm and in width from 28 mm to 32 mm. 3-D CAD models are available for download at the aMsp Web site. The aMsp online eStore allows you to choose from a great selection of additional lift-lever pull handles, control knobs, knurled knobs, dimpled knobs, wing knobs, triangular, scallop knobs, spherical knobs and many more. You can browse the knob selection and buy 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

aMsp offers an extensive selection of all Metric standard industrial machine components. Their products include: Knobs, Door Latches, Panel Latches, Cabinet Latches, Boat Latches, Pull Handles, Handwheels, Cranks, Grips, Levers, Locks, Catches, Hinges, Screws, Washers, Springs, Keys, Plungers, Pins, Leveling & Support Feet. All of these products are 100% RoHS Compliant.

Detailed specifications are contained in catalog M100 available free upon request from All Metric Small Parts, 2101 Jericho Turnpike, New Hyde Park, NY 11042-5416. Phone: 516-302-0152 Fax: 516-302-0153 Web:

Note to Editor: An electronic version of this release including a 300 D.P.I. at 3” wide .JPEG image can be downloaded at:


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