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They carry valuable loads, they balance out machinery, and they ensure the necessary ground traction: Levelling feet are among the most important standard elements with a wealth of design variants.
Faster thanks to a new system
With around 5200 variants, Ganter today offers an enormous diversity of this species of indispensable standard elements, ranging from simple steel feet right through to elements meeting the ultimate in hygiene requirements. Having grown historically, the system – and with it the clearness - soon came close to its limits.
The solution: a new system which gives you more transparency and which makes the search for the best levelling foot faster, simpler and easier.
From now, you can compose your very own modular set of levelling feet - starting from the footplate which is available in ten standard variations with new two-digit standard numbers, differing in geometry, material and fixing option. Additional variants for each footplate include embedded or vulcanised rubber pads.
Free choice of spindles
The second level of choice relates to the spindle design with thread size and nominal length, and to one of six possible spindle types. This guarantees the best possible match with constructive requirements, starting with the straightforward S variant with external hexagon below, via the T version with two flats in the thread for key attachment, right through to the hygiene design W with an adjustment sleeve for covering the threaded section.
This means that virtually every footplate can be combined with virtually any spindle. All these variables are clearly mirrored by the Ganter article number which can also be used straight off for ordering.
New and reliable footplates
Ganter has taken this opportunity to launch two new-elegantly shaped footplates (designated as GN 21 without and GN 23 with fixing holes). Both variants have been lathed from non-rusting stainless steel and are available with or without embedded rubber pad.
Find out more at www.ganter-griff.com