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Wire thread insert W.TEC® INSERT COIL Free Running
According to DIN 8140 with reduced outer diameter for improved installation. For producing a lasting, heavy-duty female thread. With free running, true to gauge thread. Stainless steel.
- Material: Stainless steel A2
- Surface: Plain
- Design: Free running
- Thread format: Standard metric thread
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00574 10 (2 spaces between the 4 and the 10)
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005710 20 (1 space between the 10 and the 20)
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Perfect combination of space-spacing and wear-resistant thread strength
- In low-strength metal materials
- In plastics.
Optimum force distribution
Flexibility of the thread inserts compensates for pitch and angle errors
Secure seating of the thread insert
Minimised thread friction torque and minimised torsional stress
Increased corrosion resistance
Space and weight minimisation
Smaller number of required connection points and/or reduced screwing dimensions
By reinforcing the thread, which effectively minimises the repair costs
A resistant thread in 4 steps:
Drill a core hole or drill out the damaged thread
Create a receiving thread
- By cutting using screw tap
- Without cutting using thread moulding for an even more resilient receiving thread
Set the thread insert
- The wire thread insert can be mounted both mechanically and also by hand using the corresponding screw-in tool.
Break the pin
- Separate the follower pin by tapping gently on the predetermined break point with a pin breaker, and then remove. With series production, automatic pin breakers are also available.
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