H-Beam Un-Equal Thickness - TMS60-11710
Dimensional results of part number: TMS60-11710
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Part Number TMS60-11710
Weight / Foot: 1.111 Lbs/Ft
Information about TMS60-11710
TMS60-11710 aircraft extrusion, also known as aerospace extrusion used in the manufacture and repair or commercial and military aircraft. TMS60-11710 is an - H-Beam Un-Equal Thickness. The weight per foot is 1.111 and has a circle size of 11 - 12 C/S and the factor is 7. TMS60-11710 is manufactured in aircraft grade aluminum and the part number is related to the shape of the part. TMS60-11710 H-Beam Un-Equal Thickness will also cross reference to TMS60-11710, Contact Us.
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