Vlier original series stud style leveling devices in stainless steel offer maximum protection against rust and corrosion. They provide an integrally machined stud as part of the ball. The bases swivel 15° off the centerline to adjust to uneven surfaces and level equipment including machine tools, electronic racks, benches, data storage, power generation, machine centers and others.
Original Series Stud Style – Stainless Steel Base - Stainless Steel Stud
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