SKU: KF100
Price per item
€4.80 excl. 19% Vat
excl. Shipping & package
  • Foot plate: Plastic PA Polyamide, glass fiber reinforced, black
  • Threaded spindle: steel zinc-plated
Polyamide is resistant to dilute alkalis, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, fuels as well as against alcohols, esters, ketones, fats and oils. They have a very good mechanical properties, a particularly high toughness as well as an excellent sliding and wear behavior.

Glass-fiber-reinforced polyamides have a significantly higher heat resistance than unreinforced grades.

The galvanizing of the threaded spindle offers a high corrosion protection.

This adjustable machine foot is also available in stainless steel.
The adjustable machine feet with plastic plates are generally used in sanitary environments or in areas where hygiene plays an important role.

The maintenance-free adjustable foot KF100 is steplessly adjustable over the thread (depending on the spindle length) and tiltable to a certain degree, which simplifies precise assembly and alignment.

The adjustable angle of inclination of approx. 7.5° in each direction guarantees a stable and precise alignment of the machine.

  • Stepless height adjustment (depending on the length of the thread spindle) with maximum stability and low force expenditure
  • Compensation for ground irregularities without the need for expensive concrete foundations
  • Large hex key surfaces for easy height adjustment
  • Screwed connection between plate and spindle

The delivery of the adjustable machine feet is completely assembled.

Technical Details

Ø D 99 mm
H1 18 mm
H2 35 mm
H 85 mm
Schlüsselweite | wrench size 17 mm
max. Belastung | max load 1,200 kg

Download data sheet (PDF)

Please enter your e-mail address for the download of the CAD-file.


  • Chemical industry
  • Pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry

SCHWADERER Maschinenfüße

Our Service team is available from Monday till Friday from 07.30 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. and from 12.30 p.m. to 4.00 p.m..

 +49 7144 899 66-0

We only sell to entrepreneurs in complience with § 14 Civil Code. Therefore a right of withdrawal does not exist.