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Countersunk Screw Thread M5 L 12Mm Ss For Fracino Part# FC103S

Din 963/Iso 2009 Qty 1 Pcs Intake Slotted - Suitable For: Alpeninox, Bezzera, Braher, Cimbali, Electrolux, Espresso Resource, Fracino, La Pavoni, Reneka, Rosinox, Wuerth, Zanussi
Manufacturer: Fracino
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alternative part number
1528031
thread size
M5
length
12 mm
material
SS
standard
DIN 963/ISO 2009
quantity
1 pcs
intake
slotted
head diameter
9 mm
version
old edition
  • Description
    alternative part number
    1528031
    thread size
    M5
    length
    12 mm
    material
    SS
    standard
    DIN 963/ISO 2009
    quantity
    1 pcs
    intake
    slotted
    head diameter
    9 mm
    version
    old edition
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Specification

alternative part number
1528031
thread size
M5
length
12 mm
material
SS
standard
DIN 963/ISO 2009
quantity
1 pcs
intake
slotted
head diameter
9 mm
version
old edition
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