Lockdowel drawer slides pass Woodwork Institute tests
October 29, 2018 | 4:10 pm CDT
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FREMONT, Calif. -- Lockdowel Inc. has announced the company’s snap-in drawer slides were tested by Integrity Testing Laboratories and have passed ANSI/BIFMA testing requirements for hardware as specified by the Woodwork Institute.

The testing included 50,000 cycle testing with a 100-pound load and extendable member testing of the Lockdowel undermount soft close, side mount soft close, and three-piece sidemount drawer slides.

Lockdowel’s snap-in drawer slides because they require no tools or screws, and installation time is repotedly faster than conventional drawer slides. Because CNC routed slots allow for perfect alignment, drawer adjustment is minimal. See http://www.lockdowel.com.

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