Vacuum Application Screws
|Part Name||Cover Caps||Cover Caps||Cover Caps - PTFE||Socket Head Cap Screws for Cover Caps|
|Chemical Resistance||For Cover Caps|
|Material||A5056||Al2O3 (Alumina 99.5%)||PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene)||SUSXM7 (Equivalent to SUS304)|
|Thread Size||M5 ～ M16||M5 ～ M16||M5 ～ M16||M3 ～ M10|
|List||SCAP-10-AL SCAP-3-AL SCAP-4-AL SCAP-5-AL SCAP-6-AL SCAP-8-AL||SCAP-10-CE SCAP-3-CE SCAP-4-CE SCAP-5-CE SCAP-6-CE SCAP-8-CE||SCAP-10-PT SCAP-3-PT SCAP-4-PT SCAP-5-PT SCAP-6-PT SCAP-8-PT||SNCPS-M10 SNCPS-M3 SNCPS-M4 SNCPS-M5 SNCPS-M6 SNCPS-M8|
Hexalobular Internal Driving Feature for Bolts and Screws
This page describes JIS B 1015 "Hexalobular internal driving feature for bolts and screws".
No. 4: Electron beam and ion
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment includes equipment using electron beams and ions.
In Part 4, we introduce non-magnetic products that are ideal for use around such electron beams and ions!
Screws that will not affect communication are required 【Safety Measures/Precautionary Measures】
Introducing plastic screws that will not affect communication.
Vol.4 What are washers used for?
Do you know the role washers play? Preventing scratches to the seating surface?
Preventing looseness? Maybe some of you are already long-time washer users?
Today,Nedzigon will explain the role of metal washers clearly.
Dimensions of Holes for Hexagon Socket Cap Screws
This page describes "Dimensions of Holes for Hexagon Socket Cap Screws".
Vol.2 Explaining the Vocabulary of Screws
Dealing with screws involves a lot of specialized terminology. When you're looking up every word you don't know in reference books or on the Internet, the time gets away from you before you know it... . Nedzigon is here to help you out with a few of the most common screw-related specialized terms.
Vol.7 Screw Tightening Control Methods
Although fastening objects using the axial force generated from tightening is the main role of screws (bolts), in actual work, I think there are many people who control the torque by tightening with a torque wrench, because it is difficult to directly monitor the axial force, and so guarantee the axial force that way. However, there are other methods of control for tightening screws (bolts). These include those with only slightly greater axial force variation than with a torque wrench. Today, Nedzigon will tell you all about them.