TANDEM Collection TANDEM Plus Right Handed Depth Adjustable Inset Locking Device
Locking devices allow easy insertion and removal of drawers. Once the locking device is installed, simply place the drawer on runners and close and the devices will automatically connect. This prevents the door from being removed unintentionally, and a simple squeeze of the orange release lever will allow the drawer to detach.
TANDEM brings together all of the features, innovations and benefits that Blum has developed since first making drawer runners in the early 1960's. The first time you open and close a fully loaded drawer, you'll quickly realize that TANDEM is a runner system that is unmatched in quality, style and running action.
- Right handed device only
- Tool-free drawer height adjustment (+1/8")
- For use with inset drawers
- Captive right device
- Self-adjusting drawer length tolerance
- Zinc die-cast with synthetic, spring-loaded release levers
- Adjustable stop with 5/32" depth range for consistently accurate stops and perfectly aligned drawer fronts
- Designed for 1/2" bottom recess
- For use with 562/568 only
Blum, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of functional hardware for the kitchen cabinet and commercial casework industries specializing in lift systems, concealed hinges and drawer runner systems.
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This Blum item can also be referenced by the following color/finish specific model #:
- Blum T51.1700.PV R*
*Discontinued model or finish
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