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GN614.5 Spring Plunger, Press On Type, Self Clamping

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GN614.5 Spring Plunger, Press On Type, Self Clamping

These spring plungers are used as detents as well as for push on and push off applications and for ejectors. The geometric shape of the plastic housing generates a self clamping function which compensates drill hole tolerances of as much as 0.2 mm. It also allows hand tightened assembly and makes overhead installation easier.

Specification

Housing - Plastic (Polyacetal POM) KU, temperature resistant up to 50° C

Ball - Stainless Steel AISI 420C, hardened

Housing and ball - Plastic (Polyacetal POM) KD temperature resistant up to 50° C

Spring - Stainless Steel NI AISI 631

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