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AF-ILEV

Adjustable inner foot

Adjust. inner foot steel zinc
CDN$3.36
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Farnham: 547
Los Angeles: 1762
Lawrenceville: 2598
  • Increases stability for stationary structures
  • Suitable for use in a wide variety of applications - flow-racks, workstations.
  • Quick and easy installation

The AF-ILEV is a metal foot that increases stability and helps to even surfaces.
It can be adjusted up to 2 1/2" inches and is compatible with our standard 28 MM pipe.

The loading capacity is 485 lbs (220 KG).

Bolt M12 (12 mm) Length 4" (100 mm)

Specifically designed to gain space by being able to be placed side by side to another structure or up against a wall.

The AF-ILEV should be avoided on soft surfaces, where it can be replaced by the AP-ICAP or the AF-RUB.

It can be used with EP-96-ST by adding an F-BUS. Or check the AF-OLEV

*Not compatible with the 2 mm pipe SP-96-BL

 

Antistatic (ESD):
Compatible with black ESD pipe.

Installation Steps
See the installation steps tab to view how to assemble the AF-ILEV.

Want to reuse parts of your old system?
The AF-ILEV is compatible with many other pipe and connector systems. Check the technical information tab to know which systems are compatible and none-compatible with our parts.

 

More Information
Box Quantity100
Length2 in (51 mm)
Height4 3/4 in (120 mm)
Width1 3/4 in (45 mm)
Weight0.321 lb (0.146 kg)
Box DimensionsCardboard box of 11 X 9 X 5 in (279 mm X 229 mm X 127 mm)
Compatible brandFlexpipe, Creform, Fastube
Non Compatible BrandTrilogiq
Primary MaterialGalvanised Hot rolled steel (SPHC)
Temperature Resistance-58°F to 185°F (-50°C to 85°C)
Electric Conductivity (ESD)Yes

 

  1. Ensure you have the following parts:
    • 1x AF-ILEV
    • 1x 28mm pipe of your choice
    • 1x Mallet
  2. Insert the AF-ILEV bushing into P1 pipe with the help of a mallet
  3. Take AF-ILEV and screw it in the bushing, adjust height if needed.

 

 

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