- Self-locking construction grips the shaft to maintain placement without the use of a groove
- Tapered section construction provides flexibility to facilitate installation
- Axial assembly mounting style has the ring install by sliding onto a shaft from the end
- 15-7 PH stainless steel offers high strength and hardness, and maintains its corrosion resistance in high temperatures, and the passivated finish enhances its natural corrosion resistance
- Made in USA
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Self-Locking External Retaining Ring, Tapered Section, Axial Assembly, 15-7 PH Stainless Steel, Passivated Finish, Inch, Made in US
|Price:||$1.75 - $10.43|
|Brand Name||Small Parts|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Body Style||Self Locking|
|Import Designation||Made in US|
|Manufacturer Series Number||TX|
|Style Name||Tapered Section|
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The self-locking external retaining ring has a tapered section, assembles axially, is made of passivated 15-7 PH stainless steel, and is made in USA. The ring's self-locking construction grips the shaft to maintain placement without the use of a groove. It is not easily removed once installed. The tapered section style provides the ring with flexibility to facilitate installation and typically withstands higher thrust loads than constant section and spiral rings. The ring installs by sliding onto a shaft from the end, also called axial assembly. Axially installed rings reach further around the outside diameter of the shaft than radially installed rings. The 15-7 PH stainless steel grade offers high strength and hardness, and maintains its corrosion resistance in high temperatures, and the passivated finish enhances its natural corrosion resistance.
Retaining rings attach to a shaft (external) or install in a bore (internal), creating a shoulder to maintain component positioning within an assembly. While most rings install into a machined groove either on the inside or outside diameter of a shaft, self-locking rings attach to a shaft by using friction from means such as teeth and notches to maintain placement. Retaining rings should fit tightly enough into the groove or onto the shaft so they won't experience any movement.
Top Customer Reviews
Two days later, on Amazon again, there it was, on the ribbon part way down the page I happened to be on. Thank you Amazon, for finding this for me.
They are high quality, stainless steel, and fit perfectly.
When I first received them, I thought the count was wrong, as they were packaged in a plastic bag, and I could only see 3. But upon opening the bag, I found that several were nested, and impossible to discern as being nested, without first opening the bag.
The measurements were spot on: they fit very snugly so there was no wiggling, but the did fit.
I was concerned because these did not look as beefy as those I replaced; However, they are doing a fine job so far!
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Exactly what I was looking for. Finding these little fasteners has been a hassle.
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