These swinghandles are made for data center enclosures or cabinets in the telecommunications and electronics industries, working with all sheet metal thicknesses. With a panel prepared with a rectangular cut, the handles install just by pressing, with no screws, hardware, washers or nuts required, and they hold still even under vibration. They are made out of polyamide and zinc die-cast and come in colors such as E-Coated Black, Polished Chrome and Black and Grey Polyamide. Many models are water and dust-tight, meeting IP65 and EN60529 certification (NEMA 4/12). They offer 4-6 mm compression, single and multi-point latching, and multiple locking options. An electronic version, called E-LINE, comes with software that allows the user to control and monitor in real time who gets into the enclosure. DIRAK Inc.http://rbi.ims.ca/4928-620
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