Standard handle (fixing clips)
A standard handle is a handle for basic use.
It consists of an upper part of the M-letter shape (Fig. 35 and 36), a dish (Fig. 36) at its bottom and a fastening screw – M8.
Fig.34. Diagram of a standard handle
Fig.35. Diagram of an upper part of the handle shaped like the letter M
Fig.36. Diagram of an upper part of the handle shaped like the letter M – version II
Fig.37. Diagram of the upper part of the handle(“the dish”)
Clipping handle is a handle used to join grates. The use of clipping handles protects gratings from excessive bending the so-called curling.
The clipping handle consists of two top elements, one bottom element and two M8 screws.
Fig.38. Diagram of a clipping handle
This is a handle that can replace the standard one, if the construction of the platform requires it. Its upper part is shaped like letter M or a dish, its lower part has a diameter of 8mm and one of its ends has a M8 screw, while the other is shaped like a hook.
Fig.39. Hook handle