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RAMPA INSERTS TYPE ESK

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Product number: 0196150610100
Product information "RAMPA INSERTS TYPE ESK"
RAMPA inserts type ESK with cutting slot and hex drive. Facilitates scewing into harder materials such as thermosetting plastics and thermoplastics, light metal alloys and cast steel applications.
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