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8/10/2018

Full-Grip Pie Jaws Now Available in Extended Diameters, Heights

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Dillon Manufacturing is now producing large-diameter (up to 24") full grip jaws from 1018 CRS, 6061 Aluminum and Dura-Bar cast iron.

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Dillon Manufacturing is now producing large-diameter (up to 24") full-grip jaws from 1018 CRS, 6061 Aluminum and Dura-Bar cast iron. Extended height for the full grip jaws ranges up to 8" for diameters up to 18", with heights ranging to 6" for diameters between 21" and 24". Manufactured in ISO 9001:2015-certified facilities, these jaws are quickly produced and ship in under a week, providing high quality and short lead times. All sizes are in stock or have a short delivery time, the company says.

Special full grip pie jaws are available (for example, in extra heights or diameters) with a one-week lead time. Dillon full-grip top jaws feature corrosion resistance, with very good machining and welding characteristics, according to the manufacturer. 

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