Clamping Knobs come in variety of styles.

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Available in 3-7 point lobe, high- and low-profile, ball, and grip styles, Clamping Knobs encompass many common US thread sizes and stud length variations. Materials range from polypropylene with and without glass reinforcement to phenolic material for applications requiring scratch, fire, and electrical resistance.



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Clamping Knobs



Alliance Plastics offers New lines of clamping knobs in a variety of styles ranging from 3-7 point lobe, high and low-profile, ball, grip and economical to high performance. With New lines of knobs we now offer more than 125 new items. Materials now range from PP with and without glass reinforcement and Phenolic material for application requiring high scratch, fire and electrical resistance. Our New lines encompass many common US thread sizes and stud length variations. To view the complete product line; request a free printed catalog or request samples, visit us at allianceplastics.com/knobs or call us at 1-800-832-8677.

About Alliance Plastics

Alliance Plastics is a manufacturer and distributor of protection and finishing components for a wide range of industries and applications. Alliance Plastics operates predominantly in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil but has a global presence through distribution in Europe and Asia.

Alliance Plastics continually extends and develops its range of products. The company's extensive standard product range has proved a great success over the years, as more than 6,000 standard products are available from stock for same day dispatch. The company's full range of products, represented in the latest catalog, includes such product lines as:

  • General Protection

  • Caps | Plugs

  • Hose Protection, Bundling & Securing (TectorGuard(TM))

  • Masking Products

  • Electrical

  • Cable Ties and Clips

  • Fasteners

  • Pipe and Flange Protection

  • Finishing Components

  • Tube Inserts & Caps | Handles & Knobs | Bumpers, Feet & Glides

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