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Lifting-Door Bearing Set

Art. No.: 0.0.487.07
Lifting-Door Bearing Set
Lifting-Door Bearing Set
Lifting-Door Bearing Set
Lifting-Door Bearing Set
Special features:
2 castor units, with ball bearing
Special T-slot nut 6 St
2 washers DIN 125-6.4, St, bright zinc-plated
2 Button-Head Screws ISO 7380-M6x12, St, bright zinc-plated
Line   = line 8
Delivery Unit   = 1 set
Weight m = 129 g
Description Date Filesize
Assembly instruction
10.02.2011 2 MB
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Lifting-Door Bearing Set
Ball-bearing rollers on spring elements for guiding the lifting door in the guide profiles. At least four bearing sets are required for each door.
Lifting-door system with circulating chain
A special design for ensuring precise movement of lifting door and counterweight.
The motor can drive the lifting door at any Chain Reverse Unit.
Where motors are fitted with brakes, a counterweight is not needed.