Metric Retaining Rings are intended for grooveless use.

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Featuring black oxide finish, MKA5DNMGR555... Series comprises 12 off-the-shelf metric spring steel HRC 46-52 grooveless retaining rings. Products are designed to fit 2-20 mm dia shafts, and allowable axial load ranges from 50-750 N. Intended for grooveless applications, rings can be used for external axial assembly.



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New Grooveless Metric Retaining Rings from aMsp Stocked in 12 Sizes



New Hyde Park NY -- All Metric Small Parts - aMsp, a leading provider of metric hardware components has announced the availability of 12 off-the-shelf metric spring steel HRC 46-52 grooveless retaining rings. These rings have a black oxide finish and can be identified as the MKA5DNMGR555...Series. These retaining rings are for grooveless use and can be used for external axial assembly. In the series, the 12 different retaining rings are designed to fit shaft diameters of from 2 mm to 20 mm. Their allowable axial load ranges from 50N to 750N.

A more detailed 3-D CAD view of these 12 grooveless Metric retaining rings can be obtained from the aMsp Web site. You may also look up pricing and other retaining rings (external, internal) found at the aMsp online eStore. You can browse through the various selections of products 24 hours a day 7 days a week. aMsp offers an extensive array of all Metric standard industrial machine components. Their products include: knobs, door latches, panel latches, cabinet latches, boat latches, pull handles, handwheels, cranks, grips levers, locks, catches, hinges, screws, washers, springs, keys, plungers, and leveling & support feet. All of these are 100% RoHS compliant products.

For a more detailed look at aMsp products, you can obtain a catalog M100 from the aMsp Web site. This catalog is free upon your request from All Metric Small Parts, 2101 Jericho Turnpike, New Hyde Park, NY 11042-5416. Phone: (516) 302-0152 Fax: (516) 302-0153 Web: http://allmetricsmallparts.com/press/retainingrings.htm

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