by Raven Easton – Batching Systems At Batching Systems, Inc., we offer proven engineered automated packaging solutions to your counting,Read more
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by Pietro Luigi Sorli – TLM Srl The overhauling of its threading machines has always been a part of TLMRead more
by Marc van Thiel, Nedschroef Herentals NV Nedschroef has installed over 20 NC714 machines at various leading cold forming companiesRead more
by John Hauge – Hauge Fasteners A Black Country manufacturer that supplies critical components to iconic London buildings, New StreetRead more
Traveling Salesman (TS): Might be the most simple question I ask, and a lot of other people might already know,Read more
by Mia Grundtvig – Expanite A/S The results of a long-term corrosion test show in particular the superiority of theRead more
Aachener Maschinenbau GmbH (Amba) has enhanced the functionality of its All-in-One screw and bolt making machines. New machining options provideRead more
USPTO Fastener Patents as Compiled from: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Automated Rivet Apparatus for Automated Installation ofRead more
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Kyle Kruger, Industry Program Analyst II Collaborative Testing Services, Inc. Every testing laboratory has a variety of tools available toRead more
call actions or recourse claims. In this interview, Wilfried Blechmann, Head of Kistler’s Fastening Technology Business Line, explains the key points in quality assurance for fastening technology, and he goes on to describe the systems that provide effective support for users in every step of the process.Read more
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What is the PLB v2?
The PLB v2 has been designed to address the issues associated with the self-loosening of a bolted
joint. By design, the PLB v2 consists of a dual-thread screw shaft and two nuts of different thread
pitches. The first, or big lead nut on the shaft, is a multiplies-thread nut. The outer or secondary nut on
the shaft is a single-thread nut.
As for double nuts assembly, vibration initiates loosening with the inner nut. With PLB v2, the inner
nut’s advance is blocked by the slower-moving outer nut.
The mechanical lock is the secret to the PLB v2 Antiloosening design. No other fastener system in the world can make this offer. Most other anti-loosening kits use “friction” for their anti-loosening function
despite its uncertainty. However, PLB v2 has a reliable solution.
Equipment Manufacturers) require these tests? What are these tests and how do the two methods differ? Perhaps this article will add a little clarity to the subject and give you a better understanding of what they are, what they do and why we use themRead more
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By John Leckfor Applications Engineer SPIROL Danielson, CT, U.S.A. Disc Springs are conically shaped washers designed to provide predictable andRead more