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FILTEC® – WIRE THREAD INSERTS

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FILTEC® wire thread inserts allow the manufacture of high strength thread with optimal transmission from the bolt to the nut thread. They are ideally suited to thread reinforcement in materials with minimal shear performance such as aluminium or magnesium and are therefore indispensible in the machine and plant construction, electronics, automobile, aircraft and astronautic industries. Thanks to these thread inserts it is possible to create an almost completely 'non-wearing' thread.

 

Advantages: 

  • Simple installation
  • Affordable
  • Outstanding for repairs and maintenance
  • Wear-free & anti-corrosion
  • Huge selection of thread sizes

TYPES OF WIRE THREAD INSERTS

FILTEC+® Wire thread insert

FILTEC+® wire-thread inserts are the optimum solution in the field of standard applications. The range of use extends from connections repeatedly disconnected to the reconstruction of damaged threads. This threaded insert simplifies installation considerably for the user. Thanks to its optimised conception the FILTEC®+ is very easy to turn in and install.

Model:

  • Thread: metric, UNC, UNF
  • Various thread lengths available

Material:

  • Stainless steel 1.4301

 

Further models and thread sizes available upon request

LOCKFIL+® Wire thread insert, self-securing

This special wire thread insert additionally features one or more polygon coils that exercise pressure on the sides of the mounted bolt. It is especially well suited to applications that are subject to alternating loads or vibrations. Additional bolt clips can be saved.

Model:

  • Thread: metric, UNC, UNF
  • Various thread lengths available
  • Coloured redColoured red

Material:

  • Stainless steel 1.4301

 

Further models and thread sizes available upon request

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