Holder with spring clips

LD 46022
Holder with spring clips
  8  Holder with spring clips

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Description

For mounting of flat items, such as diaphragms, filters, gratings and slides. The front is equipped with clamps for objects which do not match the standard slide format and the rear side has a pair of spring-mounted rails which serve as a fixture for items which are in slide format. Frame on stand rod.

Technical data

  • Rail spacing: 50 mm
  • Aperture: 45 mm x 45 mm
  • Frame diameter: 13 cm
  • Stand rod diameter: 10 mm

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