DP40-B-C

Beckson Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plates

Beckson Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plates

Description

The Beckson Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate was designed to provide access without the use of tools, with a single start non-jamming (no cross-thread), extra strong, self-cleaning buttress thread.

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$20.15
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They incorporate a self-aligning center and an innovative gasket to assure a watertight seal. A back-up sealing wall leaves the plate watertight, even if the gasket is removed. Our clear center plates permit observation of controls or gauges and visual inspection without the necessity of removing the center. Deck plates are used for access to shut-off valves or back-fastenings, inspection, and clean out for tanks and compartments. A screw-out plate should be used in compartments where a change in air pressure due to temperature or oil canning can occur.

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Beckson Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plates DP40-B-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 4", Black
$16.11
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Beckson 4 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - White DP40-W-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 4", White
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Beckson 4 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - Beige DP40-N-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 4", Beige
$16.63
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Beckson  6 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - Black DP60-B-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 6", Black
$22.41
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Beckson 6 Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate - White DP60-W-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 6", White
$22.41
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Beckson 8 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - Beige DP80-N-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 8", Beige
$32.45
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Beckson 6 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - Beige DP60-N-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 6", Beige
$21.69
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Beckson 8 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - Black DP80-B-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 8", Black
$32.45
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Beckson 8 Clear Center Screw-Out Deck Plate - White DP80-W-C Clear Center Screw Out Deck Plate, 8", White
$32.45
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