PCX 002

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Connector with automatic pear-shaped closure with automatic locking system ideal for frequent manipulations. Quick unlocking in 2 times: push and rotate the safety cap.
Material: Aluminium
Gate opening: 19 mm
Weight: 82 g
Minimum breaking load: 23 kN
Norms: EN 362:2004
Regulation (EU) 2016/425
Control body number: Nº0161

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