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GROMMET EDGING SL4-0025-ER0201

$5.75/Foot
Part# 05-06545
MFR Model# SL4-0025-ER0201
DescriptionProduct SizeInches ThicknessInches WidthPN
GROMMET EDGING SL4-0025-ER020140.069 - 0.0900.27705-06545

Overview

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Spring-Fast SL Series plastic trim has similar attributes of the "AP" and "BAP" Series grommet edging.

Features

  • Substrate: Stainless Steel
  • Color: Black
  • Flammability rating: UL94 V-0
  • RoHS Compliant
  • DFARS Compliant
  • Multi axis flexibility
  • Heat continuous to 185F (85C)
  • Low temperature to -40F (-40C)
  • Indoor or outdoor use
  • High gripping strength
  • High corrosion resistance
  • High dielectric strength
  • High shock and vibration resistance per rms G 41.7
  • Multi-axis flexibility for rounded inside and outside corners
  • Continuous edge protections on flanged holes, 1/8" or greater inside radius and 1/4" or greater outside radius

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Reviews

Nice product. A little tricky to install on dished lightening holes under the panel, but holds on well. No chance of chafed wires with this.

Med
November 6, 2018

High quality metal edge protection. Very flexible for those awkward radiuses.

John
April 20, 2018

Good product for edges of holes made in sheet metal. Difficult to attach around edges of smaller holes of 1 inch diameter. User should estimate the circumference of the hole according to diameter and cut the appropriate length. How much needed can be deceiving if just eye balling it.

Richard C
June 26, 2017

Q&A

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