Press Release Summary:
Thin Disk, available for PullboxÂ® security tether/retractor, is designed for field installation and can be attached to cable after cable has been passed through small hole in display. Flat on front and rear sides, product design allows cable to be snapped into fitting without any extra parts. There are multiple mounting choices, including screw hole and 2 slots for adding tie wrap as well as double-sided tape that will attach it to product on display.
Original Press Release:
The Thin Disk
Vulcan Spring has introduced a new and versatile end fitting for its best-selling Pullbox security tether/retractor. Similar to the company's popular Mouse end fitting, the Thin Disk is designed for field installation. It can be easily attached to a cable after the cable has been passed through a small hole in the display allowing the Pullbox retractor to remain out of view. The Thin Disk end fitting is flat on both the front and rear sides and the new design allows a cable to be snapped into the fitting without any extra parts. The end fitting provides multiple mounting choices including a screw hole for mounting and two slots for adding a tie wrap as well as double-sided tape that will attach it to the product on display. The Thin Disk also comes with complete installation instructions. The Thin Disk dimensions are: 1.196" diameter by 0.22" thick.
Vulcan Spring & Mfg. Co. has pioneered Constant Force and Variable Force spring technologies. We bring our knowledge of materials, engineering, energy and force to every challenge we face. Our single goal is to create the ideal solution to our customers' needs. We have developed PULLBOX® product security devices, plastic scrolls for informational displays, counterbalances for beverage truck doors, and the revolutionary SmartSpring for simplified inventory control. We have manufactured over 6,000 individual products for more than 2,000 customers. Our experience and computerized manufacturing equipment allow us to deliver the shortest time to market in the industry.
More than 30 years ago, the first commercial application of a Vulcan spring was used to power the speech mechanism in the "Talking G.I. Joe" doll. Today, our springs are employed in a wide range of applications where exceptional design, high quality materials and superior manufacturing techniques are required to meet customer needs.