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  • Weld-On vs Through Pull Handles: What’s the Difference?

    Weld-On vs Through Pull Handles: What’s the Difference?0

    When shopping for pull handles, you might be wondering whether to choose weld-on or through pull handles. They both feature a similar design. Weld-on and through pull handles consist of a bar that you grip and pull to open the object to which it’s connected. You can install them on cabinets, gates, machines and other

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  • 5 Things to Consider When Choosing Recessed Pull Handles

    5 Things to Consider When Choosing Recessed Pull Handles0

    Recessed pull handles offer an attractive alternative to conventional pull handles. As their name suggests, they feature a recessed design that sinks into the surface of an object. Recessed pull handles are commonly used for doors, drawers and cabinets. When installed, the top of the recessed pull handle will sit flush the object. Below are

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  • 5 Things to Consider When Choosing Pull Handles

    5 Things to Consider When Choosing Pull Handles0

    Pull handles are an essential component of many types of furniture. You can find them on dressers, chests of drawers, cabinets and more. If a piece of furniture has drawers, it will likely have handles. Some machines, in fact, even have handles, with pull handles being one of the most common types of handles. You

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  • What Are Pull Handles?

    What Are Pull Handles?0

    Handles are used to move an object or workpiece by hand. They are designed with a focus on ergonomics. Since they require manual hand-based operation — as opposed to automated tool-based operation — handles must be designed to comfortably fit and support a person’s hand. When researching handles, however, you may come across pull handles.

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