DP61-N

Beckson Smooth Center Pry-Out Deck Plates

Beckson Smooth Center Pry-Out Deck Plates

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The Beckson Smooth Center Pry-Out Deck Plate was designed with an extra heavy o-ring to assure a water tight fit.

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$23.80
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$19.04
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Beckson developed the first pry-out deck plate. Plates are provided with non-skid or smooth surfaces for different installation requirements. The original was used to access the handle for Beckson's permanently mounted pump. The Beckson Diamond Pattern deck plate extends across the center, eliminating a ring around the edge that traps dirt and debris. Our clear center plates permit observation of controls or gauges and visual inspection without the necessity of removing the plate. Pry-out plates should be installed in areas where internal pressure (oil-canning) is not present.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Beckson Smooth Center Pry-Out Deck Plates DP61-N Smooth Center Pry-Out Deck Plate, 6", Biege
$19.04
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