Our stubby pull-ring plungers feature a shorter plunger body for limited space applications, and an easy-to-grasp pull-ring handle to withdraw and reengage the plunger. They withstand side loading and have a tapered end for easy alignment. The stainless steel option offers the added benefit of maximum protection against rust and corrosion.
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