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Panel-Clamping Strip 8 6-8mm, grey similar to RAL 7042

Art. No.: 0.0.493.73
Panel-Clamping Strip 8 6-8mm, grey similar to RAL 7042
Panel-Clamping Strip 8 6-8mm, grey similar to RAL 7042
Panel-Clamping Strip 8 6-8mm, grey similar to RAL 7042
Panel-Clamping Strip 8 6-8mm, grey similar to RAL 7042
Special features:
a = 27 mm
Line   = line 8
Material   = PP/TPE
Property   = grey similar to RAL 7042
Delivery Unit   = 1 pce., length 3000 mm
Weight, spec. Length m = 127 g/m
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Panel-Clamping Strips 8 are ideal for retrofitting panel elements (preferably made of Acrylic Glass, PET-G or Polycarbonate) into a closed profile frame. Apart from straight saw cuts, no further machining of the panel element or Panel-Clamping Strips is required if the profile frame is connected with Central-Fastening Sets 8.
Panel-Clamping Strips consist of two components. The first of these, an aluminium strip, locates into the profile groove and holds the panel element in place. A second strip, made of flexible plastic, is then used to secure both the panel element and the aluminium strip in the groove. If necessary, the plastic strip can be levered out in order to remove the panel element from the frame.
Panel-Clamping Strips secure the panel element so that there is a minimal offset of 2 mm to the outer edge of the profile. This produces a smooth outer wall for protective enclosures and helps reduce turbulence caused by air flows.
The thickness of the panel element (s) determines which Panel-Clamping Strip is required:
s = 2 - 4  /  4 - 6  /  6 - 8  /  8 - 10 mm
A screwdriver is used to lever out the Panel-Clamping Strip so as to enable removal of the panel element from the frame.