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Product description

Feature:

1. When you fit the wire screw set in the screw hole of the workpiece of aluminum alloy and other materials, the insert can form a high‑strength, wear‑resistant, high‑accuracy standard female thread
2. Repairing the threaded hole in a cost‑effective manner. Threaded insert can be used as a repair method when a thread error occurs or a damaged female threaded hole is repaired
3. Male female thread inserts can be used to convert between metric and inch thread holes, convenient and fast
4. Using high‑strength, high‑accuracy diamond‑shaped cross‑section steel wire. Wire thread inserts are also called threaded sheaths, stainless steel threaded sleeves, wire sleeves, which is a new type of female threaded fasteners
5. Used to low‑strength engineering materials such as aluminum alloy, zinc alloy, alloy, copper, plastic, engineering plastics, etc., which can significantly improve thread strength and wear resistance


Specification:

Item Type: Thread Inserts
Material: SUS304
Model: M2.5x0.45
Thread Specification: M2.5x0.45 (mm)
Outside Diameter Before Installation: Approx. 3.2 ~ 3.5mm / 0.1 ~ 0.1in
Diameter of Drilling Drill Bit for Installation: Approx. 2.6mm / 0.1in

1D/1.5D/2D/2.5D/3D:
Length After Installation: Approx. 2.5mm / 0.1in

3.8mm / 0.1in
5.0mm / 0.2in
6.3mm / 0.2in
7.5mm / 0.3in

Number of Turns Before Installation: 2.6/5.9/8.2/10.5/12.8Thread Protective Sleeve Model Specification Description: For Example: M3x0.5X1.5D, which means that after the screw set is completed, the female thread is M3, the pitch is 0.5, and the length is 1.5D (length refers to 1.5 times the diameter, that is, 1.5x3=4.5mm ), the length here refers to the length after installation.

How to Use:
1. Dril









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