In contrast to typical handles, gripping trays offer the advantage that they are flush to the surface, making them appropriate for applications that require saving space. Typically used in the packaging, medical, printing, woodworking, transportation and material handling industries, the gripping trays are used for the pulling or lifting of cabinet doors, door hatches and entry doors.
“The gripping trays can be mounted either from the front or the operator’s side with countersunk screws or from the back with threaded studs,” said John Winkler, CEO, office of the president at JW Winco. “In addition, both gripping trays are available with or without sealing.”
With the sealed front mounting versions, countersunk sealing screws, together with the sealed back side of the gripping tray, prevents the entry of fluids or dust into the housing interior where the tray is being mounted to.
The GN 7330 gripping trays are made of die-cast zinc and supplied with a powder coating in either black or silver.The GN 7332 stainless steel gripping trays are made of high-quality deep-drawn, rust-free stainless steel with the surface blasted to a fine matte finish.
For more information, visit www.jwwinco.com.