Hardware includes bumpers, drawer slides, grommets, hooks, casters, handles, pulls, and other components manufactured for a specific capability or function.
Beam Clamps (52 suppliers)
Bumpers (223 suppliers)
Bumpers are elastomeric hardware devices used for edge protection, cushioning, and impact absorption.
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Control Knobs (113 suppliers)
Door Operators (171 suppliers)
Door operators are devices used to open and close all types of doors or gates. These operators can be powered by a variety of power sources such as electric, hydraulic or pneumatic devices.
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Door Stays and Lid Stays (21 suppliers)
Door and lid stays are devices connected to a lid or a door that prevent it from opening further than a specified amount, typically 90 degrees.
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Drawer Slides (83 suppliers)
Drawer slides use guides, bearings or rollers to support drawers and facilitate linear motion.
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Handles and Pulls (Industrial) (447 suppliers)
Industrial handles and industrial pulls are hardware components that are grasped by hand and manipulated to perform a service.
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Hinges (Industrial) (433 suppliers)
Hooks (291 suppliers)
Hooks are load-transmitting components that are most often used in conjunction with chains and other equipment. Products are designated as eye hooks, clevis hooks, or grab hooks and are used to connect lifting and rigging attachments.
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Knobs (Industrial) (334 suppliers)
Industrial knobs are small, usually round, devices that are designed for use on industrial machinery, electronic components, and metal cabinetry. They are usually made out of metal, plastic, or rubber and are available in a variety of sizes, colors, and finishes.
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Latches (275 suppliers)
Latches are mechanical components that hold a door, drawer, or cabinet closed. Typically, latches do not lock; however, some latches provide locking features.
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Locks and Locking Systems (523 suppliers)
Locks and locking systems are mechanical fastening devices designed to close and control access to doors, drawers, or containers. Common types of locks include cam locks, combination locks, deadbolts, padlocks, and key-operated locks.
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