Ejector Sleeves

Ejector Sleeves are optimized for heat- and wear-resistance.
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Ejector Sleeves are optimized for heat- and wear-resistance.

Regal ESL H-13 Nitrided Ejector Sleeves, machined from H-13 hotwork die steel, are nitrided on ID and OD surfaces to Rc 65-74 for optimal wear resistance. Offered in 109 standard sizes with IDs from 3/32-¾ in. and lengths from 3-12 in. in 1 in. increments, sleeves can also be produced as specials down to 1/16 in. ID, with varying wall thick-nesses, ID/OD combinations, and lengths to 25 in....

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Ejector Sleeves are custom machined and finished.
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Ejector Sleeves are custom machined and finished.

Custom Ejector Sleeves can be machined from H-13, A10, S-7, and M-2 tool steel, as well as 420 and 440 stainless steels, with 0.0002 in. accuracy on ID and OD and surface finishes to 2 RMS. Sizes range from 0.016 in. ID to 2 in. OD in lengths up to 14 in. long, with or without shoulders. Customized with EDM forms, vent grooves, ribs, and other special requirements, sleeves can be supplied with...

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Ejector Sleeves offer expanded lengths to 12 in.
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Ejector Sleeves offer expanded lengths to 12 in.

Ejector Sleeves are machined from H-13 hotwork die steel and ion nitrided to Rc 65-75 on inside and outside diameters for wear resistance. Precision ground with +.0005-0000 in. ID tolerance and OD tolerance of -/0003-0008 in., standard sleeves are available from 3 to 12 in. long with 3/32 to 3/4 in. IDs. Special Sleeves can be machined from 420 and 440 stainless, A10, S-7, and M-2 steel as well...

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