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AKA Description, in other words an alternate name for an item.
American Society For Testing Material. An organization for issuing standard specifications on materials, including metals and alloys.
Products typically in conjunction with a primary product to trim, stabilize or attach the primary product.
Components designed to be used in the assembly of handrail systems as accessory items. Includes items such as Anchor Plates, Saddles, Bracket Plates, Square Tube Corners and anodized aluminum pipe.
Accessory Alias 1
A characteristic used for McNichols Accessories. This is a typical term or phrase used in the identification of an accessory item.
This is a characteristic used in the identification of a plank grating or ladder rung item. Typically, it identifies the item in an abbreviated format.
Anchor - Grating
A device by which grating is attached to its supports.
This accessory typically is a 90 degree angle with either equal or unequal legs. Used as a component for some types of stair treads as well as embed angle.
Angle Leg Size
An angle is a piece of material that has two legs, typically set at a right angle to each other. This characteristic identifies the sizes of the legs in a piece of angle.
Refers to the process of reducing the glare of light: e.g. anti-dazzle screen on a highway that reduces the glare of headlights from oncomming traffic in the opposing lane.
Stainless steel with non-magnetic properties. Austenitic stainless steel is very resistance to corrosion due to its nickel content and higher levels of chromium. Austenitic stainless steels are hardened and strengthened through cold working rather than heat treatment and ductility is excellent. The two most common grades are 304 and 316.