Group GGF 2000

Heavy duty (Intended use) articulated glides with felt slide base (base from Ø 30 mm qualified for sport floors DIN 18032)

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GGF 2000
GGF 2000 extra Schaft
GGF 2000
LGA test seal
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  • Base body: Polyamide (PA 6)
  • Slide base: wool felt
black RAL 9005
  • Unsuitable for wet rooms and outdoor seating.
  • Only suitable for smooth, jointless or smooth jointed floors.
  • Unsuitable for rough artificial or natural stone and rough rustic tiles (felt loss).
  • Unsuitable for contact with wet floors (felt durability).
  • Topple over-falling-sliding test of the LGA Nürnberg
  • Sliding test on various floors of the LGA Nürnberg
  • LGA-Certificate
  • The article groups GGx2000 have been tested by the LGA with a displacement test and a tilt / drop test and are further tested in random samples every year. The tilt and drop test is already a test procedure that clearly exceeds the normal use or the intended use of chairs. In the event that chairs are pushed against solid ground sills with momentum, we cannot assume any warranty, although moving chairs against ground sills is not critical in the intended use by the user. In the case of seating with stacking chairs and in the case of object seating, it should be ensured that the floor is level and without any cracks and fixed ground sills.
  • The shafts of the furniture glides are equipped with screw lamellas for easier installation in tubes (wall thickness 2 mm).
  • Further shaft measures starting with 19x1-1,5
  • Further base measures up to appr. 60 mm
  • No materials possible for reinforcement or electrical diverting.
  • e.S. = extra shank
  • Series GGx2000 are patented.
  • Patent 23 312 EP/PCT - DE 199 23 320

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