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Partial-extension slide BICOM
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partial-extension slide
partial-extension slide
partial-extension slide
partial-extension slide
partial-extension slide
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telescopic, partial-extension
ball bearing
Other characteristics
drawer, furniture

40 kg, 58 kg (88.2 lb)


BICOM - Technical information The custom made Bicom is a 2 beam telescopic ball bearing drawer slide with a single extension up to 75%. The drawer slide fits a wide range of uses such as shopfitting cabinets. - •Supports loads up to 58 kg •Add features such as bumpers with or without hold closed in a closed position •Add fixations such as countersunk holes, tabs a spacer bracket, a drawer carrier or threated studs. •Perfect for shopfitting cabinets, office furniture storage or kitchen drawers. Load capacity Load capacity varies as a result of a number of factors. The main factors being the type of slide, length, and ratio between pull-out length and closed length. Another important factor is the number of cycles the slide is required to make. Thomas Regout distinguishes the type of usage between dynamic use and static use. Other factors that influence the load capacity are the features the slide is equipped with, and how it is mounted. Slides are usually mounted sideways so all data concerning load-capacity will be given for side-mounted use. For information about the load capacity with bottom-mounted slides, please contact our sales department. Dynamic load capacity In order to determine the dynamic load capacity, all types of Thomas Regout slides have been tested for 100,000 cycles. Their maximum load capacity is compliant with, or exceeds, all common national and international standards including DIN, BIFMA, BS, EN and JIS. The dynamic load capacity figures can be found in the graph below.


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