Amesbury Truth  |  SKU: 366024

Truth Blind Mount Dyad Casement Operator

$4200 Each

Fasteners Not Included


  • End link measures 4-1/2" from pivot point to hole at end of arm.
  • Operator is a "blind" mount, which means the screws that mount the operator to the casement do not show.
  • Crank handle is sold separately
  • Please Note: These Operators are handed differently than many of Truths other operators. Please take a careful look at the photographs to make sure you are getting the correct handing.
  • Please Note: This Operator is very similar to the "Truth Dyad Casement Operator" (SKU's 366030 and 366028). Note that the part of the arm that is closest to the gear has a "double" bend in it, as opposed to a "single" bend in the other operator. Before ordering closely compare your operators arm to what we show in the photo.

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  • Manufacturer
    Amesbury Truth
  • Finish Name
  • Material
    Steel, Die Cast Zinc
  • Window Type
    Casement Windows
  • Short Arm Length
    4 - 1/2"
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • Mounting Hardware Type
    Two #8x32 Machine Screws

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