We manufacture a selection of Adjustable Feet designed for use with machinery, tables, and furniture. Each style of product on offer use premium materials such as zinc coated steel, stainless steel, nylon, and TPR rubber to provide a high performance product. Typically, Adjustable Feet feature a male metric thread (or stud) and can be used in conjunction with any female threaded item. These include threaded nuts, brackets, or inserts as common mounting options.
We keep a huge variety of standard, medium duty and heavy duty options in stock with various weight ratings (from 50kg up to 5,000kg per foot). These are effective to level off, raise the height, or increase the stability of machinery. Our products are also effective as table feet, as well as a variety of other furniture.
Our Adjustable Feet are renowned for their ease of fitment and adjustability. They have the capacity to add or decrease height after installation . Above, we have collated solutions for all surfaces and installation requirements, from tilting threads to low profile versions, which aim to provide a discrete finish to furniture, tables and machinery.
Weight Rated Versions Are Recommended For Adding Height To Tables, Heavy Furniture or Machinery.
Benefits Of Using Adjustable Feet
Largest range of Adjustable Furniture Feet styles and sizes
Manufactured from a selection of premium, durable materials
Excellent for height adjusting tables, furniture or machinery
High load ratings of up to 5,000kg per foot
Why stainless steel adjustable feet made of stainless steel?
Many people wonder why stainless steel adjustable feet are made of stainless steel, and what are the benefits?Quite simply, stainless steel has certain technical properties that make it suitable for the food and healthcare industries. The biggest of said properties is the material's resistance to corrosion. Keep in mind that we're not discussing oxidization, which is a process commonly mistaken for corrosion.
Oxidation is a process in which materials react with oxygen from the environment, something that's not very desirable when you're working with carbon steel. However, since stainless steels have very low carbon content (less than 0.07%) and high chromium and nickel content (approx 17% and 13%, respectively), these materials also oxidize, but differently.
When exposed to oxygen from the environment, stainless steel oxidizes but does not corrode. They form a layer of Chromium-oxide, which protects stainless steel from the chemical solvents from the environment, giving stainless steel their corrosion resistance. This also makes them chemically stable, in that they don't release any compounds into the environment — something very important for food and healthcare industries.