Table of Dimensions
Number of teeth
middle of the teeth
|22||48||60||15,5||M 4||4,2||3,2||M 3||3||6,5||13||12||12||0,6|
|27||48||60||19,5||M 5||5,2||4,3||M 4||4||7,5||15||15||15||0,7|
|32||48||60||23,5||M 6||6,2||5,3||M 5||5||9||18||18||18||0,9|
|40||48||60||30||M 8||8,2||6,3||M 6||6||11,5||23||23||23||1,3
Type A - with tapped hole d3 in the center, with two countersunk holes for cap screws
Type B - with drilling d4 in the center, with two countersunk holes for cap screws
Type C - with tapped hole d3 in the center, with two tapped mounting holes d6
Type D - with drilling d4 in the center, with two tapped mounting holes d6
Type E - without drillings, blank, not hardened
GN187.4 Serrated Locking Plate, Sintered Steel
With the aid of these serrated locking plates, standard components can be interlocked and set firmly at a defined angle.
The angular position of the fixing bores in relation to the serrations is not defined in the standard design. The exact positioning is available as special design.
The range of designs makes these plates adaptable for almost any application in this particular field.
To complement these toothed clamping elements, accessories such as guide pots GN187.1 and thrust springs GN187.2 are useful additional standard parts. Serrated locking plates are also available in stainless steel - GN187.4
Sintered Steel (Distaloy AB) ST, hardened, black oxidised with vapor. Type E: not hardened, blank.