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HELPING ENGINEERS SUCCEED

J.W. Winco, Inc. is a leading supplier and manufacturer of standard industrial machine components, and specializes in offering value-added services to engineers.

Along with an extensive selection of high quality parts, J.W. Winco strives to make engineers’ jobs easier. The company website at www.jwwinco.com is user-friendly and easy to search. Free CAD models are available for almost the entire product line, downloadable in all formats. Customers can check availability and pricing online, and purchase easily 24/7 with credit card, or set up an account.

Meanwhile, J.W. Winco prides itself on its knowledgeable technical sales associates, who provide assistance with products and applications. Customer service is a top priority. To provide customers with complete solutions, J.W. Winco also offers manufacturing of custom engineered products, secondary machining of our standard products, special kit packaging, and barcoding.

Stainless steel leveling mounts have tear-drop design
GN 440.6 Stainless Steel Leveling Mounts with Tear-Drop Design from J.W. Winco, Inc. are offered in inch and metric sizes. They are available with tapped socket or threaded stud, and may be ordered plain, with plastic base cap, or with rubber pad.

These RoHS-compliant leveling mounts are a simple and economical product. The base is stainless steel with a shot-blast finish and is equipped with one lag bolt hole. The tapped socket or threaded stud is also stainless steel (American Standard Series 304), with a stainless steel (American Standard Series 303) assembly screw loctited into place. Versions with optional plastic base cap of black Elastomer (TPE) plastic are also available, as are optional vulcanized non-skid pads of black Nitrile Butadiene rubber.

These leveling mounts are offered in a range of base diameters and threaded stud lengths, and available in a zinc plated steel version as well. They are able to bear static loads from 8 to 16 kN (1,800-3,600 lbf).

Hinges have extended wing design J.W. Winco’s GN 237 Hinges with Extended Hinge Wing have a compact and sturdy design. They are used when wider spacing is required on the mounting surface.

These RoHS-compliant hinges are offered with countersunk holes or threaded studs for mounting. Versions are available with one or both hinge wings extended. Additional styles of square hinges under the same GN 237 series are available, which also offer a wide variety of sizes and mounting options.

Hinge body is zinc die-cast, with black powder coated, textured finish or silver powder coated, textured finish; stainless steel hinges are also available in all versions. Hinge pins and threaded studs for all types are stainless steel.

Mini latches are ideal for small doors and flaps J.W. Winco has also introduced GN 115.6 Stainless Steel Mini Latches, available in metric sizes.

These economically priced, RoHS-compliant mini-latches have smaller dimensions
than our standard GN 115 series, making them perfectly suited for small doors

and flap closing applications. They offer a straightforward latching action rather than a locking and clamping action. The latch distance of mini-latches is made to accommodate 8, 14 and 20 mm.

Latch housing and hardware are stainless steel. Offered types include with triangular spindle, with square spindle, and with slot. Keys for the latches are ordered separately; key can be removed from latch in both open and locked positions. In the standard key latch versions, all latches have the same barrel and can be operated with the identical key. Latches requiring different barrels and keys are available upon request.

Phone: 800-877-8351
Fax: 800-472-0670
Email: sales@jwwinco.com
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