Axminster Heavy-Duty Lifting Levellers

Code: 100218

Axminster Heavy-Duty Lifting Levellers

Code: 100218

£14.96 (£12.47 Ex. VAT)

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Features

Key Features

  • Consisting of four feet on threaded rods and four brackets
  • Feet can be moved up and down until bench or cabinet is level
  • Minimum installation height 75mm

In Detail

A pack of four height-adjustable feet for levelling benches, machines, etc. Fix the brackets to the bottom of each leg or corner of the bench and then adjust the height with a hexagon key in the recess in the top of the screw. If used inside a cabinet, a hole will need to be drilled through the bottom shelf to give access for the hex key. The length of the foot is 75mm and the height of the bracket is 60mm. Load capacity is 270kg per leveller. A superb way to prevent your pencil always rolling off the bench.

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Reviews (2)

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Shareef

8 April 2015

Dimensions would be useful

Just wanted to post the dimensions as they aren't listed in the description. I had a specific job for these feet and called up Axminster to get someone to measure the mounting hole locations - suffice it to say that someone needs to learn the difference between inside and outside dimensions. Perhaps I'll have another project where these work... Marked down on value because Rutlands have the same set advertised at a tenner at the time of writing (although they're out of stock and a long restock time).

The metal bracket has exterior dimensions of (x,y) = (54.7mm, 57.9mm)
The mouning holes have interior distances between holes of (x,y) = (36.6mm, 19.75mm)
The mounting holes have exterior distances between holes of (x,y) = (47.3mm, 30.25mm)
The holes have a diameter of ~5.4mm.

Remember that the foot is ~72mm and you'll need some adjustment room if you want to get an allen key in there. I agree with Graham that there is some play in the foot when unloaded but realistically, this isn't going to be an issue once it has any weight on it. Adding a lock nut is overkill. One thing I might do is replace out the foot for one with a ball joint for any very uneven floors.
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Graham

5 March 2012

Adjustable Bench Feet

I have just built myself a new work bench in the shed and used these feet to level it on a rather uneven concrete floor. So far they seem very stable and do an excellent job.
There is some looseness where the threaded rod passes through the body of the foot. Unscrew the threaded rod from the frame, install correct sized nut onto the threaded rod and replace rod into body. Get everything level, then tighten nut up to body. Now really solid.
Perhaps Axminster would consider selling with nuts, then this would be a five star product.

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