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GN706.4 Semi Split Set Collar, with Adjustable Hand Lever, Stainless Steel

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GN706.4 Semi Split Set Collar, with Adjustable Hand Lever, Stainless Steel

These semi-split set collars or shaft collars can be easily be clamped by reducing the slot height using an adjustable clamping lever and thus they act, for instance, like an end stop. This version offers great advantages especially for applications that demand new positions of the set collar and can be fully adjusted and repositioned on the shaft. They not only serve as an end stop, and hold bearings and sprockets on shafts, they can also be used for fixing or triggering other components such as end limit switches. They are tightened with an adjustable hand lever, for ease of use.

For size d1 = 20 to 36 d3 is a through hole; starting from d1 = 42 d3 is a threaded blind bore.


Stainless Steel NI - (Sintered Steel) AISI 316L

Ajustable hand levers - Zinc die casting, plastic coated, black SW RAL 9005, textured finish.

Screw insert and retaining screw - Stainless Steel NI AISI 303

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