New design guide covers inserts for plastics
29 January 2009
During any engineering assembly process, plastic inserts can provide secure, tight threaded joints. Making the right choice of plastic insert for a particular application is, however, not a straightforward task, as there is such a wide range of designs and materials available. These choices, together with information on correct installation and the vast range of plastic inserts available from Spirol Industries, are featured in the company’s new 24-page Design Guide for Inserts.
The Spirol insert range includes products for post-mould installation as well as a series of moulded-in inserts. Variations include heat/ultrasonic inserts, self-tapping inserts, press-in inserts and expansion inserts. The Design Guide explains how to choose the correct types and how to use them correctly to ensure the best performance in-situ.
To obtain your copy of the guide, call Spirol Industries on 01536 444800, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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