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Is there an insert receptacle for the MHS series?

Is there an insert receptacle for the MHS series?

Yes there is, it has a M16x2 thread.

This part used to be called V50R19-02-10-BP

If you're looking for the part V50R19-02-10-BP, we can help you!

For more information on this part, please contact us!

Is there a stainless steel version of HHSTLHR-*Z?

Is there a stainless steel version of HHSTLHR-*Z?

Yes, we have the new part HHSTLHR-*S which is the exact same as HHSTLHR-*Z except that it's in stainless steel.

Here's a drawing of the part:

Can you supply DON part numbers?

Can you supply DON part numbers?

Yes, these parts are available at Turnlock.

The cross reference for these parts are the following:

DON part number Turnlock part number

For more information, please contact us!

Is there any way to expedite lead time?

Is there any way to expedite lead time?

Yes, we can expedite the following parts:

The slotted head of MTH-series

Reason for this is that we can machine these parts by a subcontractor in 2 weeks instead of 16 weeks.

Here is a list of part numbers we can supply by machining:

How to install an adjustable receptacle?

How to install an adjustable receptacle?

The adjustable receptacle consists of 3 parts:

The cage, the insert and the pin

Please follow the following steps:

1) engage the stud

2) screw the insert to the lock condition

3) adjust all fasteners in the panel

4) use a quick push turn action to unlock the stud

As panels tend to have a life of their own, just locking sequences can suddenly render a fastener too tight/too loose.

What adjustable receptacles are available?

What adjustable receptacles are available?

Turnlock has adjustable receptacles available in 2 series:

1) Medium duty Tiny Housed-series

2) Heavy duty Grommet Retained-series

 

The MOST important thing about adjustable receptacles is that you can use the same stud length for different panel thicknesses.

How to adjust/install:

By screwing the insert inside the receptacle more in or out, you can adjust the receptacle to work with the stud at your specific panel thickness.

There are regular adjustable and floating adjustable receptacles.

Very interesting to know is that most are also available in Aluminium, which makes them very low weight.

The following adjustable receptacles are available:

There is also a special type of receptalce:

The adjustable threaded receptacle

By screwing this into the prepared tapped hole,

You need to use locktite to fix the receptacle in which you can choose where you install it exactly.

The following adjustable threaded receptacles exist:

The part MTHRAE428S HAS t

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