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GN612 Cam Action Indexing Plunger, Steel

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Type A - without lock nut, without plastic cover

Type B - without lock nut, with plastic cover

Type AK - with lock nut, without plastic cover

Type BK - with lock nut, with plastic cover

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Product Description

GN612 Cam Action Indexing Plunger, Steel

These cam action indexing plungers 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.

Mounting blocks are also available: GN412.1

Specification

Plastic cover - Technopolymer (Polyamide PA) black, matt

Sizes 4, 5, 6 - M10 & M10x1 only available as type A and type AK.

Steel, blackened.

Plunger turned and nitrided.

Stainless Steel NI AISI 303

Plunger - chemically nickel plated.

Spring - Stainless Steel NI AISI 301

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