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Inserts can be placed in mould prior to plastic injection

15 July 2011

Spirol Industries has introduced a new range of inserts intended to be placed in a plastic mould prior to plastic injection. The Series 41 and 45 Inserts can be used in applications where torque and pull-out/through resistance are required. They feature an hexagonal head on each end and a large centre undercut, with this design providing a high level of bi-directional torque resistance and high tensile strength.

The Series 41 is a through hole moulded-in insert and Spirol Series 45 a blind-end moulded-in insert.  They do not require any specialised insertion tools as the operator places the insert directly into the mould prior to plastic injection.  In addition, Spirol has designed this insert to simplify orientation and placement on to the mould core pin, thereby increasing productivity and reducing potential scrap rates.

These inserts are ideal compressors for Spirol’s compression limiter range. 


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