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GN612.3 Cam Action Indexing Plunger, Stainless Steel, for Welding

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GN612.3 Cam Action Indexing Plunger, Stainless Steel, for Welding

Cam action indexing plungers GN612.3 are used in cases where the locking pin must not protrude all the time. By rotating the lock through 180° the locking pin withdraws itself.

A notch is provided in either position to prevent the lock from rotating.

The square body can therefore be welded in any required position. In order to prevent a change in the spring load by the transferred heat we recommend spot welding the plunger body.

Specification

Guide - Stainless Steel, NI, weldable, AISI 304. 

Plunger pin - Stainless Steel AISI 303

Spring - Stainless Steel AISI 301

Plastic cover (Polyamide PA) - black, matt

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