Industrial hardware includes bumpers, drawer slides, eye nuts, eyebolts, flexible support arms, grommets, hoist rings, hooks, casters, handles, pulls, and other components manufactured for a specific capability or function.

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Banding buckles and strapping buckles are hardware products that attach two loose strap ends together and secure them by a tightening mechanism. Buckles are common in strapping and lashing applications.
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Beam Clamps (69 suppliers)

Beam clamps attach conduits, pipework, panels, or other hardware to the flanges of structural beams.
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Bumpers (208 suppliers)

Bumpers are elastomeric hardware devices used for edge protection, cushioning, and impact absorption.
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Casters (537 suppliers)

Casters are complete wheel and horn assemblies that attach to the bottom of equipment to allow movement and carry loads. There are two basic types of casters: rigid and swivel.
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Control Knobs (103 suppliers)

Control knobs are used for the control or adjustment of electronic or electrical devices.
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Counterweights (36 suppliers)

Counterweights are used to counterbalance an opposing mass in a linear or rotary motion system, allowing movement with lower driving forces.
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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 (81 suppliers)

Drawer slides use guides, bearings or rollers to support drawers and facilitate linear motion.
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Eye Nuts (73 suppliers)

Eye nuts (eyenuts) are fasteners with a looped head. They are designed to receive a hook or rope.
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Eyebolts (232 suppliers)

Eye bolts (eyebolts) are threaded bolts with a loop or eye at one end. The eye is used to anchor a cable, rope or chain.
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Eyelets (31 suppliers)

Eyelets are metal, plastic, or rubber rings that are inserted into a hole made through another material. Eyelets may be used to reinforce the hole or to shield something from the sharp edges of the hole.
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Flexible Support Arms provides flexible mounting for devices such as illuminators, magnifiers, etc.
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Floor Locks (26 suppliers)

Floor locks are mechanical components with an adjustable-height pad. They prevent portable equipment from rolling
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Grommets (268 suppliers)

Grommets are eyelets that are used to strengthen or protect an opening, or to insulate and protect an object passing through an opening. They are made from metal, plastic, or rubber materials and are usually round, oval, oblong, square or rectangular.
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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) (425 suppliers)

Industrial hinges are jointed devices that allow an attached part, such as a door or window, to swing.
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Hoist Rings (115 suppliers)

Hoist rings are load-centering eyebolts. They are designed to be rigged from the center or the side and may pivot or swivel.
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Hooks (286 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) (330 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 (253 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 (518 suppliers)

Locks 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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Machine keys and keystock are demountable machine elements that are used to transmit torque from a shaft to a mounted component, such as a gear or pulley. They are usually made of steel or stainless steel and plated with zinc for wear and oxidation resistance.
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Mechanical Control Levers use a mechanical lever and mechanical cables as control devices. Uses might include throttle, shift , brake and others. These are devices that allow an operator to move the lever with a mechanical linkage that moves the corresponding control in relation to the lever movement. These type of devices are often used where fly by wire electronic type controls are less desirable for various reasons.
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Pad Eyes (40 suppliers)

Pad eyes are eyelets, rings, or loops that attach to machinery or equipment. They can be used for tie-down, lashing or securing applications, but are not usually rated for overhead lifting.
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Posts, spacers and standoffs are threaded and used in applications where boards, plates, or other items need to be fastened to each other.
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Pulley Blocks (123 suppliers)

Pulley blocks are assemblies that consist of a hook or shackle, swivel, bearing, sheaves, sprockets, pins and frame. They are suspended by a hoisting rope or load chain and are designed for a variety of lifting applications.
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Shackles (209 suppliers)

Shackles are U-shaped pieces of metal secured with a pin or bolt across the opening, or hinged metal loops that are secured with a quick-release locking mechanism.
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Sheaves (144 suppliers)

Sheaves are grooved wheels or pulleys used with rope or chain to change the direction and point of application of pulling force.
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Shims and Shim Stock (215 suppliers)

Shims and shim stock are products used to fill in a space between two mating surfaces or components.
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Turnbuckles (171 suppliers)

Turnbuckles are used in rigging to join wire-rope or cable to an anchor point or other length of wire. They have a screw thread to allow for precise length and tension adjustment.
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Wheels (370 suppliers)

Wheels are solid discs or rigid circular rings that attach to assemblies such as casters to allow movement. They are connected to a hub and designed to turn around an axle.
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Wire rope fittings includes clips, sleeves, stud ends, eyes, forks and other hardware used to construct mechanical cable assemblies.
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