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As an independent partner, we will provide you with the complete connection and advise you on the selection of suitable procedures. Secure your threads without additional mechanical security elements.

The selection and the possibilities of thread locking procedures is great and we have the necessary experience to advise you competently. Nevertheless, we would like to show you some of the possibilities, so that you can see how varied the possibilities are.

  • Tuflok
  • NormTight®
  • Thread lock DIN 267
  • Microencapsulation DIN 267

The proven blue original

Advantages:

  • Economical proven protection against the automatic loosening of screws
  • Tight against liquids and gases with all-round coating
  • Multiple reusable
  • Low installation costs and elimination of additional mechanical security elements
  • No damage to the surfaces and counterparts
  • Also for screws that must not be weakened in cross-section
  • Suitable for small screws from M 1
  • Long durability

product features

The threaded parts are inductively heated and fed to the coating on special machines. There, the highly elastic and abrasion-resistant nylon layer is applied to a part of the thread. This method is extremely well suited to secure screws and connecting parts against loosening and loosening. Since Tuflok does not dry out, does not dry out or decomposes, it is characterized by a particularly good durability. The threaded parts are reusable several times. Tuflok has a temperature resistance of - 56 ° C to 120 °. For higher loads up to 200 ° a Nytemp fuse is offered. Through this clamping thread locking a high vibration safety and an extremely high release torque is achieved.

torques

For testing the torques, nuts with tolerance 6 H and 10 thread pitching are used. The test nut must be countersunk 90 °. Deviating torques and test methods require a separate agreement and usually require a sample coating. We are happy to assist you with special problem solutions.

Location of the coating

The first 2 to 3 threads remain uncoated so that the connecting parts can be easily screwed in. On the following 4 to 6 threads the Tuflok coating is applied. To seal the connection against liquids and gases, a 360 ° circular coating is recommended. In addition, special requests regarding the position and length of the coating can be largely taken into account. In doing so, the spread area has to be included in the planning.

General

The listed data was created to the best of our knowledge and is for informational purposes only. Before use, detailed tests should be carried out. The data can be used as a basis. However, no liability can be assumed for these data and results.

The environmentally friendly and economical alternative

Normtight thread locking

Advantages:

  • Environmentally friendly and recyclable
  • Can be used without health risk
  • More usable
  • No peeling of particles
  • Thread colorless (without dyes available)
  • High release torque
  • Long durability
  • Removal of additional mechanical security elements
  • Reduced installation costs
  • Consistent screwing through precise tolerances

Process

A groove is milled into the screw thread until just below the core diameter and an elastically deformed special thread is pressed in. This thread lock achieves a high level of vibration safety and an exceptionally high release torque (exceeds the requirement of DIN 267 part 28). Due to the many special variations, NormTight® can be used universally.

Behavior against different influences

Physical data (examples or samples reserved)

Chemical behavior (examples or samples reserved)

Acid Reaction In cold, dilute acids, generally only minor damage occurs, with decreasing resistance as the concentration, temperature and duration of action increase.

Reaction to org. Solvent Resistance to all hydrocarbons (fuels, petroleum, paraffin), paint solvents and thinners (esters, ethers, ketones), fats and oils and chemical cleaning agents such as perchlorethylene. NormTight is attacked by phenol and its homologs and by some halogenated hydrocarbons. NormTight is soluble at room temperature in at least 80% formic acid and metacresol, at higher temperatures also in benzyl alcohol, glacial acetic acid and aniline.

Oxidizing agents Halogens, eg chlorine gas and peroxidic bleaching agents have a damaging effect, other bleaching agents at usual concentrations and temperatures are harmless.

Bacterial action / rotting Resistance to humic acids, seawater and sweat. No rotting.

Light and weather conditions Generally sufficiently resistant. Due to the UV component of the light (natural or artificial), damage can occur during continuous use. The weather resistance is dependent on the broad spectrum of climate elements such as strength and duration of UV radiation, ozone, temperature, water vapor content of the air, air pressure and air ionization as well as numerous additional environmental influences, which are only in cooperation of decisive influence. In addition, the mass () and finished articles must be taken into account.

Electrical properties (example or sample reserved)

General

The listed data was created to the best of our knowledge and is for informational purposes only. Before use, detailed tests should be carried out. The data can be used as a basis. However, no liability can be assumed for these data and results.

Clamping coating according to DIN 267 part 28

product features

According to the DIN 267 part 28, a plastic is applied to the thread and thus produces a clamping effect. Different methods and types of securing are permissible. The clamping elements may be in the form of a spot coating, a circular coating or a strip-shaped coating and in different colors. The coating prevents complete loosening of a connection, but not loosening. The connecting parts with a clamping coating are intended according to the provisions in the standard only for a single use. Only when used as adjusting or adjusting screw a repeated use must be possible.

scopes

Steel screws with metric ISO thread Application range - 50 ° C to 90 ° C Thread diameter from 3 mm to 16 mm Strength classes according to DIN 898 Part 1. The standard does not apply to fuses requiring additional machining. The test values ​​of the threaded parts must have a shelf life of 2 years if properly stored inside.

torques

Deviating torques require a separate agreement and usually require a test coating.

exams

Please refer to the DIN 267 Part 28 for the individual regulations for the testing of connecting parts with clamping coating. The test nuts must meet the following criteria: the nut height is 0,8 to 0,9 d (nominal diameter) the nut must be countersunk on both sides 120 ° the strength must be at least equal to the strength class of the screw select the thread tolerance 6 H. The thread surface is bare or bright black. The thread must be free of oil and grease. The thread must be free of chips and burrs. Other test nuts are only allowed by agreement.

General

The listed data was created to the best of our knowledge and is for informational purposes only. Before use, detailed tests should be carried out. The data can be used as a basis. However, no liability can be assumed for these data and results.

Adhesive coating according to DIN 267 part 27

product features

For connectors with adhesive coating according to DIN 267 Part 27, a microencapsulated adhesive is applied to the thread. When tightening the mating threads, the microcapsules burst and the adhesive spreads in the thread. The usual products on the market differ by different curing times and breakaway moments. It has to be taken into account for which temperature range the application is planned. Only clean and residue-free parts should be used. Adhesive coatings according to standard are always circular coatings. Adhesive coating connectors are for single use only. Adhesive coatings counteract the loosening of the screw connections.

scopes

Steel screws with metric ISO thread Application range - 50 ° C to 90 ° C Thread diameter from 3 mm to 16 mm Strength classes according to DIN 898 Part 1. The test values ​​of the threaded parts must have a shelf life of 2 years if properly stored inside. Screws with adhesive coatings must be protected against moisture. As long as the test values ​​are met, color changes have no influence.

selection criteria

exams

Please refer to the DIN 267 part 27 for the individual regulations for the testing of connecting parts with adhesive coating. The test nuts must meet the criteria below; the height of the nut is 0,8 to 0,9 d (nominal diameter) the nut must be countersunk on both sides 120 ° the strength must be at least equal to the strength class of the screw the thread tolerance 6 H must be selected. The thread surface is bare or bright black. The thread must be free of oil and grease. The thread must be free of chips and burrs. Other test nuts are only allowed by agreement.

General

The listed data was created to the best of our knowledge and is for informational purposes only. Before use, detailed tests should be carried out. The data can be used as a basis. However, no liability can be assumed for these data and results.