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These New "BM" Series of CRL Pull Handle/Towel Bar Combinations with Metal Washers are provided with all the hardware needed for installation. They are constructed of 1.5 mil thick heavy brass tubing. Each set consists of a pull handle and towel bar, along with decorative metal back-up washers and plastic protective washers to protect against glass-to-glass contact. The "BM" Series Pull Handle/Towel Bar Combinations come in several stock finishes with custom finishes available upon request.Specifications:

  • 3/4 inch (19 millimeter) diameter brass tubing (1.5 mil thick)
  • 1-1/4 inch (31.8 millimeter) diameter metal washers
  • Glass Thickness Range: 1/4 to 1/2 inch (6 to 12 millimeter)
  • Hole Diameter Required: 1/2 inch (12 millimeter)Center-to-Center Hole Spacing:
  • Six Inch Pull = Six Inches (152 millimeters)
  • Eight Inch Pull = Eight Inches (203 millimeters)
  • 12 Inch Towel Bar = 12 Inches (305 millimeters)
  • 18 Inch Towel Bar = 18 Inches (457 millimeters)
  • 22 Inch Towel Bar = 22 Inches (559 millimeters)
  • 24 Inch Towel Bar = 24 Inches (610 millimeters)
  • CRL"BM" Brushed Nickel 8" Pull Handle 18" Towel Bar Combination

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    Current Issue

    July 2021
    Volume 27
    Issue 3
    • News & Notice
    • Tae Hee Lee
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      Yu Kyung Cho
      Department of Internal Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul St. Mary’s hospital, Seoul, Korea
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