Revolving Handles

Jan. 12, 2006
Cylindrical revolving handles help save wear and tear on operator hands.

They are made from phenolic or nylon plastic and come in inch and metric sizes. The phenolic-plastic version has a black handpiece with a smooth glossy finish. The nylon version sports a smooth matte finish. Both handles have threaded zinc-plated-steel spindles with an internal hexagon for mounting. Stainless-steel spindles are available in metric sizes only.

J.W. Winco Inc., Box 510035, New Berlin, WI 53151, (800) 877-8351,

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