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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
KNOB National Microchip POTENTIOMETER Not Provided PLASTIC
D7PHM32PX20 Radwell Sprecher & Schuh Not Provided SELECTOR SWITCH, PLASTIC, 3-POSITION, LONG KNOB, M
TS377002BA1 Radwell Ehc Not Provided KNOB; COLOR:BLACK; BODY MATERIAL:PLASTIC; KNOB DIA
D7PLSR25 Radwell Sprecher & Schuh Not Provided SELECTOR SWITCH, PLASTIC, 2-POSITION, STD. KNOB, S
TS377004GA2 Radwell Ehc Not Provided KNOB; COLOR:GRAY; BODY MATERIAL:PLASTIC; KNOB DIAM
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  • The Basics of Pressure Regulators
    but not limited to corrosion resistant stainless steels, brass, aluminum and plastic. Stainless steel provides long life and is ideal for clean rooms and corrosive fluids. When cost is a major contributing factor, brass, aluminum and plastic regulators may be the best option. Aluminum is light weight while
  • Cam-action switches
    sit on a spring-loaded cam follower. The cam follower rides on a specially configured cam. The cam is affixed on a shaft that connects to the front knob of the switch assembly. The shaft can be metal or plastic. Each cam also contains at least one notch. When the spring-loaded cam follower falls
  • Protege -- smart value, sporty feel
    buyers. This model rings in with a total price of $15,455. Inside the car, tiny climate-control knobs were difficult to turn while driving, but the air conditioner itself pumps out cool air in no time. The wheel fit naturally in my hand with a solid feel. Dimpled plastic abounds in the interior, which
  • 2006 VW Rabbit
    . Inch-wide carbon-fiberesque plastic piping stylishly separates the contrasting hues. At night, however, is the best time to view the interior. The gages luminesce a subdued blue that gives the cabin an eerie, yet appealing glow. And crisp red accents on the control knobs and gages make them easy
  • Computer Power User Article - Towers Of Power
    interesting is AeroCool s toolless mounting for 5.25-inch drives. You simply slide the drive into the bay, press little plastic bars into the screw holes on each side of the drive, and turn a knob in the center of the bar to lock the drive in place.

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