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PRODUCTS PennEngineering®

smaller thread sizes ideally suited for high-volume consumer and medical devices, among other applications. Among features and benefits, Phillips Screw highlights that the system’s unique geometric spiral design maximises recess wall

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and driver contact to provide extremely high torque transfer without cam-out. The drive’s low-profile head and high-strength shallow recess additionally contribute to reducing overall fastener weight. Various fastener head styles can be accommodated.

New capability for aerospace attachment applications

3V® Fasteners Company Inc., based in Corona, CA, USA, has introduced

a new capability to supply titanium bolts and screws to satisfy standard designs or accommodate unique customer requirements for a wide range of attachment applications in the aerospace industry.

he externally threaded NAS and MS parts are manufactured from traditional titanium alloy TI-6AL-4V and weigh 40% less than comparable non-titanium hardware. They ideally suit applications onboard commercial and military aircraft from actuators to seat track assemblies, among many others. In addition to inherent weight savings, 3V Fasteners points out that its titanium fasteners exhibit high strength-to-weight

ratio, high-temperature properties and stability, low density, and corrosion resistance. Also, parts can be manufactured to achieve 160KSI tensile strength, 95KSI shear strength, and demonstrate excellent fatigue performance. 3V titanium fasteners can be provided in various head types (12 point, hex, flush, flat fillister, and pan) and drives in thread sizes -04 to -8 and diameters .093 to .500. All can be offered either uncoated or with aluminium or cadmium plate.

Forged M10 Tubtara® D

ejond explains that this development offers a new, cost saving solution to the industry because there is almost no waste during the forging process, as Dejond makes optimal use of the expensive 316 material.

Whereas the stainless 304 is used more in home and commercial

applications, the stainless 316 has proven its effectiveness in all circumstances, indoor as well as outdoor, where corrosion or higher temperatures are critical and a long-term, non-magnetic solution is required. Containing more than 2% molybdenum, the 316 material is effective

in environments exposed to chlorides, salt water and elevated temperatures. Having only just been launched, the stainless M10 programme is still in progress. Larger production volumes in round and hexagonal version, with open or closed end and different head forms offer good prospects for the future. Samples are available on request.

150 Fastener + Fixing Magazine • Issue 68 March 2011 in stainless 316 More than 20 years ago Dejond started forging TUBTARA® blind rivet nuts in stainless steel 304,

followed more recently by an additional range in stainless steel 316. It has now introduced a new technical challenge: the forged M10 Tubtara®

in stainless steel 316. awarded

Phillips Screw license PennEngineering®

has been awarded a license from Phillips Screw Company for its patented MORTORQ® SUPER Spiral Drive System.

he proprietary drive system was developed to deliver extremely high-torque capability for fasteners without risking damage to screw heads or surrounding areas. The drive will be integrated by PennEngineering into various PEM®

key strategy to enter the threaded small-diameter screw market. New product offerings will include screws in 2mm and fastener products and further advances the company’s

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