Know More About Compression Limitersby Amara Amy Digital Marketer
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Review on Know More About Compression LimitersCompression limiters are non-threaded bushings produced of different materials. They are produced with different knurl configurations and undercuts in order to meet the strength demands of the specific application.
Solid: They have plain round outside and inside diameter. It is very easy to install them using a simple cold-press method. It allows high compressive strength, flat ends and can be created with inner and outer break edge chambers.
Knurled: They provide the benefit of a knurled retention feature. The knurl pattern is designed specifically, commonly used to provide additional push out resistance. The complex knurl pattern designs are available where designers want the compression limiter to be longer than the plastic thickness, to separate the plastic from the bolted joint. The knurled design then prevents movement of the assembled components.
Split: They are produced from the rolled strip, offering manufacturing and cost benefits compared with a solid tube. However, they are commonly used on a less demanding application where tolerance, form, flatness, and roundness are not so critical.
Oval: It is used to datum the component in one place while allowing radial clearance in the other. With extensive plastic components, designers use the hole size and form of compression limiters to datum the component to its mating threaded component.
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