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POOLS CTS Sherex adds to RIV-FLOAT® family - RIV-FLOAT® -SHORT. T he RIV-FLOAT® plates. The new RIV-FLOAT®


increase spin out resistance in soft materials. RIV-FLOAT®


family


Sherex Fastening Solutions, based in New York, USA, says that it can ensure easy, accurate, and fast attachment of components in off centre applications with its new addition to the RIV-FLOAT®


-SHORT was developed for applications requiring backside clearance similar to cage nuts and riveted nut -SHORT has all the features and benefi ts of the original RIV-FLOAT®


including knurls which


was developed to allow manufacturers the benefi t of accounting for tolerance stack up, and resolve alignment issues during product assembly. This saves costly rework of components and the expensive downtime associated with stripped or cross threaded fasteners. RIV-FLOAT®


also allows installation from


the front side of the work piece which improves assembly time by allowing the fasteners to be installed post paint, powder coat or other surface treatment. “RIV-FLOAT®


is the next generation of fastening technology that was designed for


post installation in applications where cage nuts, clinch nuts, fl oating nut plates or weld nuts are typically used. This innovative family of rivet nuts is RoHS compliant and can provide higher thread strength than regular rivet nuts.” These breakthrough rivet nuts can be installed with the new SFS FLEX tool, a hydro-pneumatic rivet nut tool from Sherex. Automated installation systems with process monitoring/control are also available for the RIV-FLOAT® SHORT and the full line of Sherex fasteners.


, RIVFLOAT® Make clamping a Breeze


Groen Bevestigingsmaterialen BV, a stockist for hose clamps and pipe clamps, is now stocking a full range of Breeze Constant Torque hose clamps.


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he Constant Torque hose clamp is an active pressure-compensating clamp. Groen explains that virtually all rubber hose compresses ‘cold fl ow’ after installation of a clamping device, resulting in an almost immediate torque loss that can exceed 80% of installation torque. Similarly, virtually all metal connections expand as a system heats up and then contracts as the system cools. Conventional worm-gear, T-Bolt, and other clamps are passive,


in that expansion and contraction of components cannot be compensated for without retightening or loosening the clamps. However, the Breeze clamping system is an ‘active’ clamp mechanism, which monitors and then compensates for the


temperature changes by actually changing diameter through a unique worm-gear Belleville assembly. Groen Bevestigingsmaterialen BV is specialised in hose clamps, pipe clamps and couplings, and under the brandname KLEMFIT


Groen can supply in-house developed special tools for mounting and demounting its clamps. Groen supplies on an exclusive basis to international wholesalers in various industries including hardware, automotive, sanitary, as well as building and road maintenance.


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MARKING TECHNOLOGY AT ITS FINEST


Economic marking of work pieces Perfect precision Customized solutions


High-profile tools! Hommel + Keller Präzisionswerkzeuge GmbH I D-78554 Aldingen I Tel. +49 7424 9705-0 I www.hommel-keller.de


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