Pull Handles

Monroe's pull handles products

OneMonroe's range of Pull Handles is crafted to suit various industrial applications, ensuring durability and ergonomic efficiency. Available in numerous configurations such as threaded holes, threaded stud, and weld-on, these handles are designed to meet specific mechanical and functional requirements. The load-rated options provide added assurance for applications requiring certified strength and safety. Moreover, specialized features like antimicrobial surfaces make these handles ideal for use in environments where hygiene is paramount, such as medical facilities and food processing plants.

Our Pull Handles come in diverse forms including through, offset, cut-to-length, folding with plate, and recessed folding designs. This versatility makes them suitable for a wide range of applications, from heavy machinery to commercial furniture and cabinetry. The folding models offer space efficiency, perfect for compact areas where clearance is a concern, while the recessed models provide a flush surface to prevent snagging and accidental opening or closing.

Made from high-quality materials, including stainless steel, OneMonroe's Pull Handles guarantee longevity and resistance to corrosion. The specialty handles, tailored to unique specifications, ensure that all user needs are met, enhancing functionality and user satisfaction. Whether for industrial use or specialty applications, these pull handles combine practicality with aesthetic appeal, providing a robust solution for any setting. See our threaded hole measurement article.

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What are the use of pull handles (grab pull handles or assist handles)?

Grab or pull handles are used when requiring greater pulling force (getting into a truck) or used on an application to open (drawer). Pull handles are used in the automotive, consumer electronic, telecoms, furniture, food and many more industries.

Depending on the application, you should consider ergonomic grip, material strength and the environment the pull handles is being used for.