SPIROL Introduces Oval Compression Limiters
SPIROL introduces compression limiters
Danielson, CT, USA — SPIROL introduces the Series CL400 Press-In and Series CL460 Molded-In Oval Compression
Limiters. Both accommodate up to 2.25mm extra clearance on one
axis, providing additional flexibility over round Compression Limiters for
centerline and stack-up tolerancing.
Produced from high carbon steel, the oval Series CL400 accommodates up to 2.25mm extra clearance on one axis, providing additional flexibility over round Compression Limiters for centerline and stack-up tolerancing. Similar to the CL200 and CL350, this split-seam oval Limiter is roll-formed...
Produced from high carbon steel, the oval Series CL400 accommodates up to 2.25mm extra clearance on one axis, providing additional flexibility over round Compression Limiters for centerline and stack-up tolerancing. Similar to the CL200 and CL350, this split-seam oval Limiter is roll-formed, and it is spring tension that provides positive retention in the hole. The roll-forming manufacturing method yields substantial cost savings over machined products with similar features and characteristics. The CL400 is rated for use up to ISO Class 8.8 bolts.
The CL460 Series is similar to the oval Series CL400, but produced with a butted-seam so as to prevent plastic from entering the inner diameter during the molding process. This series also accommodates up to 2.25mm extra clearance on one axis. The CL460 is rated for use up to ISO Class 8.8 bolts.
Download their new data sheet on these new Oval Compression Limiters.
Contact the Sales department at any one of SPIROL’s global locations.
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SPIROL INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION is a leading manufacturer of a diverse line of engineered components for fastening and joining, including Coiled Spring Pins, Slotted Spring Pins, Solid Pins, Disc Springs, Alignment Dowels and Bushings, Spacers, Compression Limiters, Threaded Inserts for Plastics, Precision Shims, Pin and Insert Installation equipment. SPIROL can be found on 4 continents within the following 12 countries: Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Poland, South Korea, Spain, and the United States. Since 1948, SPIROL has been providing technical expertise in fastening, joining and assembly to the world's leading manufacturers.
Published by SPIROL International Corporation on 24 Mar 2016
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