K1098 Kipp indexing plungers with thread lock

Steel version:
Indexing pin not hardened:
Threaded sleeve 1.0718.
Indexing pin 1.4305.

Stainless steel version:
Indexing pin not hardened:
Threaded sleeve and indexing pin 1.4305.

Mushroom knob black grey thermoplastic.

Thread lock blue polyamide.

Steel version:
Indexing pin hardened.
Threaded sleeve trivalent blue passivated.
Indexing pin bright.

Stainless steel version:
Indexing pin not hardened.
Steel parts bright.

Indexing plungers are used to prevent changes to the locking position due to lateral forces. A new locking position can be set only after the plunger has been manually released. Indexing plungers with regular thread and unpolished and unhardened indexing pins are a cost-effective alternative to existing indexing plungers. But their degree of precision is still sufficient for many applications. The smaller production tolerances also make these products less sensitive to the alignment errors that can occur when aligning indexing plungers with the hole in the counter piece. The thread lock allows the fitting depth to be coordinated exactly with the existing components, so that no fastening is required.
The thread lock is an adhesive coat which is applied at selected points (in spots). The tightening and unscrewing torques are guide values.

On request:
Special versions and fine thread.

Special features:

Order No. K1098.091903060 K1098.091004060 K1098.091105080 K1098.091206100 K1098.091308120 K1098.093903060 K1098.093004060 K1098.093105080 K1098.093206100 K1098.093308120 K1098.191903060 K1098.191004060 K1098.191105080 K1098.191206100 K1098.191308120 K1098.193903060 K1098.193004060 K1098.193105080 K1098.193206100 K1098.193308120