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7/10/2018 | 1 MINUTE READ

Telescopic Slides Bear Loads Ranging To 700 Pounds

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IMTS 2018: The GN 1400 series of steel and stainless steel telescopic slides from J.W. Winco Inc. are RoHS compliant and available with full, partial and double-sided full extensions. 

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The GN 1400 series of steel and stainless steel telescopic slides from J.W. Winco Inc. are Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS) compliant and available with full, partial and double-sided full extensions. The slides can accommodate loads between 50 and 700 pounds of force (220 and 3,100 N) per pair. Thirteen variations, which feature telescopic rails made of rolled sheet metal, are suitable for a number of different applications.

The slides can extend from 250 to 1,500 mm (9.84" to 59.06") and are made of two, three or four interconnected slides. Optional slide features include latches and damping systems.

The zinc-plated steel slide profile features a blue passivated finish. The bearings are steel and hardened, while the ball-cage outer slide is either steel with a zinc-plated finish or plastic, with a steel, zinc-plated inner slide. The rubber stops on select versions are plastic/elastomer, while the self-retracting mechanism is stainless steel and plastic. The slides function in temperatures ranging from -4°F to 212°F (-20°C to 100°C).

The stainless steel version’s slide profile and bearings are European Standard No. 1.4301 (AISI 304), while the ball cage of the outer slide is plastic and the inner slide is European Standard No. 1.4301 (AISI 304). The rubber stop and detach function is plastic/elastomer and the roller bearing grease is FDA-compliant. This version functions in the same temperature range as the steel version.

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