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Reid Supply carries multiple styles of pull and turn handles made by Kipp manufacturers in multiple materials from aluminum and stainless steel to thermoplastic for any work environment. Kipp clamping handles and pull handles come in a variety of colors to unify your workspace or easily indicate function. Kipp handles are known to be durable, easy to install, and comfortable to grip for a secure application wherever they are used in the workspace.
Kipp is perhaps best well-known for their adjustable and fixed clamp handles, which are specified for many different lengths, heights, and mounting options to adapt to any use case. The majority of Kipp handles are clamp handles, although they also provide crank handles and pull handles with the same degree of durability and comfort customers anticipate from the brand.
There are many terms surrounding handles, clamps, and levers that can be confusing to understand the difference and whether one type of hand-hold is better suited for your use case. Our article on Clamping Levers vs. Clamping Handles vs. Adjustable Handles covers all you need to know about choosing the right type and material for your application.
Crank handles are designed for applications that involve frequent adjustments. Click the links to find our offer of fixed crank handles, revolving crank handles, folding crank handles styles to fit your handwheel.
Reid Supply provides you with the full range of industrial and machine crank handles.
From metal, steel and plastic, choose the right material and thread size in both metric and inch.
See our Industrial and Machine Crank Handle Guide and download the detailed 28 page PDF Engineer Guide: Knobs, Handles and Handwheels for choosing the right Crank Handle for your needs.
Pull handles are commonly used to open and close a variety of doors and drawers, including those on furniture, machines, and equipment. Options include one-piece handles or multiple-piece assemblies.