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22/02/2016 11:12

In the process of using the mounting screw products, the phenomenon of dead bolts threaded nut is inevitable. So how to avoid or reduce the phenomenon died lace during use of the product mounting screw tightening bolts.

Question: What is death lace?
Answer: Expression of the dead lace detail is in the process of nut on the bolt generation of death can not stick or twist to wring out, which led to a series of serious consequences. This is also a problem exists in the industry for a long time Bolt Inox
 Question 2: Why the dead bolt threaded stainless steel?
- Cause of materials: Materials anticorrosive austenitic featuring pretty good but its mechanical properties in the process leading to software problems broken lace
- Cause of operation:
+ During the two-step screw threaded bolts and nuts between deflected lace leads to death
+ Bolts Ren's not clean impurities
+ Force documents too large excess lace bearing of steps lace
+ Improper manipulation tools, screw speed too fast
Question 3: How to prevent the death lace.
- Before ordering, customers must provide information about the intended use, environmental consultants used to select the type of anti-death Lace Ecu
Ren Dead Bolt Inox room
Railroad - Glass wall stand - large flanges - Works on high - Use a screw bolt
- Methods used properly:
- Select the length of the appropriate bolt after nut into balance remains lace is suitable steps 1-2
- Tensile Force of Bolts and durability of the nut must be compatible with the design requirements
- Before using the steps to clean the lace, lace place if cleft step would at least have to gently twist the nut through the gap that
- When the screw nut, the direction of the wrench (Cole) perpendicular to the axis Bolts, absolutely not twist
- When using the gun, the force must be within the scope tighten safety screw, in the process to ensure its swift steadily tightened
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