RA31 Telescopic Slide

Apr 1, 2015   //   Product review  //  No Comments
RA31 Telescopic slide


Having discussed electronic applications and the kind of slides best suited for them we thought we’d highlight the benefits of another telescopic slide used for similar electronic applications.  The RA31 telescopic slide maybe small, but as a three beam zinc plated steel slide the RA31 is an incredible performer.  With a smooth and almost noiseless operation the RA31 it is an easy to fit and easy to maintain slide capable of carrying 60kg per pair at 250mm.

Whereas many manufactures would have minimum order volumes in the region of 250-500 units, Chambrelan only have a minimum order charge of £50, making for smaller purchases and removing the need for customers to carry large amounts of stock.   We’re able to produce these small volumes due to our production methods, which are more focused on machining and drawing rather than rolling and presswork.

This is one of the reasons why Chambrelan are market leaders, our manufacturing processes means we can work with customers directly to design and build slides that suit their applications, without encumbering customers with large production costs.  The Ra31 has also been used for home improvements in that it’s light weight body can be easily installed, creating storage spaces, lockers, light weight compartments that need to be easily opened and closed.  Discreet, lightweight and durable the Ra31 has been a favourite with furniture restorers and furniture designs in the holding of desk drawers and kitchen draws.   Indeed we have seen the Ra31 being used to house security boxes on caravans and mobile homes, where small compartments or lockers are used to carry passports or cash.  The Ra31 is a smart little slide and can be used for all manner of applications where precision and durability are a must.

For more information on the Ra31 or any other of our heavy duty slides or linear rails please visit www.chambrelan.co.uk or alternatively contact us directly on 01746 761 114

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