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Do you have an alternative for this Monadnock part 1105007-5?

Do you have an alternative for this Monadnock part 1105007-5?

Yes, TurnLock has a direct alternative for the parts of series

Application of a Turnlock Light Duty easy installed receptacle

This is an application of Light Duty Easy Assembly of an installed clip-on receptacle and the stud with snap-in grommet. In just a few simple steps you can easily install the clip-on receptacle and the grommet.

Is it possible to use a higher stud length with the LEA-series?

Is it possible to use a higher stud length with the LEA-series?

Yes you can use a stud length up to 67.

You need to calculate "G" which is the total thickness. From there on you can select your stud length.

Is there a Railroad stud available in the LEA series?

Yes there is, the part number is LEATLSR-*Z

This part is in the Light duty Easy Assembly series, and has a light tensile strength of 900 Newton.

The head style is typically used in railroad applications:

Which turnlocks are available in stainless steel 316?

There aren't many quarter turns available in stainless steel 316, there is the receptacle MHSRF33S316 and the stud MHSTLHR-10S316 but only in stud length 10.

How does the turnlock assembly Stainless steel 316 work?

 

For a turnlock assembly to work as it should, there needs to be a spring effect in the assembly, either in the stud or receptacle.

What is a Turnlock Fastener quarter turn?

Turnlocks are fasteners that are an easy and fast solution to open and close panels with a minimum effort.

However, these aren't fragile closing mechansims.

Components:

A turnlock assembly needs at least 3 parts:

Design:

Turnlocks connect components under an elastic preload. The tensile load of each assembly in the catalogue was reached after overcoming the springelement generated preload.

How does it work?

When the studassembly is rotated, the stud cross pin rides up the cam causing a controlled joint preload to be applied. This can be done by rotating the stud 90 degrees.

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