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Do you have an alternative for the part 26R3-1?

Do you have an alternative for the part 26R3-1?

 

Yes we do have an alternative for 26R3-1, which is the Turnlock part MTHRPM2HA

The Turnlock part MTHRPM2HA, which replaces 26R3-1, is a specially developed part by Turnlock

This was necessary because the part 26R3-1 has become obsolete.

In order to supply our customer a correct replacement for 26R3-1, the sample was first developed and only when approved, launched in production.

This is how the part MTHRPM2HA looks:

 

When you require a quote for our alternative of 26R3-1, please contact [email protected]

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:

Types of stainless steel

 

UNC/UNF Tables

Unified UNF Screw Threads ANSI B1.1

What is the difference between BSF/BSW and UNF/UNC?

Both of these thread types are use for imperial thread.
BSF and BSW are Britisch measurement systems, while UNF and UNC are American measurement systems.
BSF and UNF are the fine thread systems, while BSW and UNC are the coarse thread systems.

The difference between BSF/BSW and UNF/UNC is dual:

  • The thread angle
    The BSF/BSW have a thread angle of 55°

     

Que es el acero inoxidable V2A y V4A?

Para empezar podemos confirmar que el acero inoxidable usad es austenítico.

Con referencia a los grados de SAE, significa que pertenece a la serie 300.

Contienen un maximo de 0.15% de carbon, un minimo de 16% de cromo y suficiente nickel y/o magnesio para retener una structura austentica.

V4A es el estandard aleman, este material se usa en condiciones mas acerbas como en los tuneles para fijar las luces.

Por que? La alta humedad de los tuneles combinada con los gases emitidos por los coches produce una atmosfera bastante acida.

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