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Receptacles MHSRFWZ and HHSRFWZ, MTHRFWS: how to weld?

The receptacles Camloc MHSRFWZ, HHSRFWZ and turnlock MTHRFWS are prepared with weld nibs.

 

 

These weld nibs are for the process called projection welding. This process is mainly carried out in mass production. You require a special machine to do it, as you need to apply both pressure and current through the nibs.

 

Do you have Milspec products?

Do you have Milspec products?

We have Turnlock parts made according to Milspec products standards.

Milspec products and turnlock have the same mechanical and dimensional properties.

you can see below a cross reference list between Milspec products and Turnlock.

If you require Milspec products, please contact us on info@turnlock.eu

MS Part No. Turnlock Part No.
Does there exist a bracket mount to use with the MTH series?

Does there exist a bracket mount to use with the MTH-series?

The new bracket developed for the MPP-series also matches for the MTH-series.

Part number is the same though: MPPBPMS

This bracket can be side mounted on your panel, and the threaded receptacle MTHRTZZ and MTHRTEZZ can be turned in the mounted bracket MPPBPMS.

By fixing the retaining nut MTHNZ on the other side of the bracket onto the receptacle, your installation is fixed.

Here is the technical drawing of the mounting bracket:

Does there exist a bracket mount to use with the LEG series?

Does there exist a bracket mount to use with the LEG series?

The new bracket developed for the MPP-series also matches for the LEG-series.

Part number is the same though: MPPBPMS

This bracket can be side mounted on your panel, and the threaded receptacle MTHRTZZ and MTHRTEZZ can be turned in the mounted bracket MPPBPMS.

By fixing the retaining nut MTHNZ on the other side of the bracket onto the receptacle, your installation is fixed.

Here is the technical drawing of the mounting bracket:

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.

Since the stud has no belleville washers, there is no spring effect in this assembly.

In order to gain the functionality of the spring effect, the customer himself will need to add 1 supplementary piece to the assembly so the assembly has the desired spring effect.

Is there a spring loaded stud of the HHS series?

Is there a spring loaded stud of the HHS series?

Yes there is.

The old part number was the 991S02H-*AGV, which was the spring loaded stud.

However, that part has become obsolete, new part is HHSTLWS-*Z

The part HHSTLWS-*Z is full interchangeable with the part 991S02H-*AGV.

It also has the same material as the 991S02H-*AGV

 

If you have a question or enquiry regarding 991S02H-*AGV or the new available part HHSTLWS-*Z, please contact our sales team on info@turnlock.eu

 

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