Telescopic slides, also known as telescopic rails or drawer runners, are most commonly used in pairs. Typically used for sliding drawers, doors and platforms but can be used in any application where an item needs to travel in a linear fashion horizontally or vertically but where the application dictates a standard linear guide cannot be used due to the inability or undesire to have long guides spanning the full travel length.
As specialists in linear motion systems we offer you a choice of materials and sizes. So whether you need lightweight aluminium rails for use in aviation applications or stainless steel components for when exposure to water or corrosive chemicals is a factor, our knowledgable technical engineers are always on hand to provide assistance.
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These are full extension slides to be used where dirt or other contaminants might be present.
These are extended stroke (150%), heavy duty telescopic rails, with high load capacity and stiffness.
If you are looking for heavy duty, quality telescopic rails for industrial or commercial applications then these are the rails for you!
The best heavy duty telescopic slides on the market
These are unique rails that are not made from pressed steel but from cold-drawn steel section. The rails can take high loads, with very long strokes, with repeated use, low deflection and minimal play.
Alloy coating or nickel plating of the rails and sliders can be applied to provide a corrosion resistant solution.
Smooth running, hardened raceways. Special slides available.
Our range of telescopic rails covers partial, full stroke and over-extension.
For more information refer to our product specifications pages or call our technical department.
We are entering the next phase of our relocation to a larger factory in Chichester, West Sussex. The next few weeks will see products start to be moved from our current site in Cranleigh, Surrey to the new warehouse.
There are thousands of parts to be relocated and whilst we are doing our best to ensure a smooth transition, this may cause slight delays to some shipments.
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